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6 Things You Should Do While Recovering from a Brain Surgery
Wednesday, October 31, 2018

The human body does not know the difference between a wound caused by stabbing and a surgical wound. That’s why the response is always similar. And if it’s the brain that has undergone a surgery, you cannot expect it to resume its function so easily.

The simple fact remains that recovering from a brain surgery is not easy at all. But there are things that can make your recovery quick and easy for you. Here are the six things that you should add to your daily routine while recovering from a brain surgery. In fact, the results of following this routine were so amazing that it left neurologists stunned.

1 - Drink an Energy Drink

Your body is actually starving for high nutrition in the morning when you wake up. This is the time the cells in your body can utilize vitamins the most to recover from the overnight fast. So, consider refreshing and energizing your body every morning by drinking a nutritional drink that you can make at your home by mixing cucumber, lemon, fresh turmeric, ginger, basil leaves, and alkaline water.

2 - Try to Meditate a Little

Meditation heals the brain. Thus, this is the first thing you should do every morning. As it turns out, a post traumatic brain becomes very sensitive to noise, light, and stimulation. Meditation just spares your brain from unnecessary exposure to stimuli, which can cause irritability and inflammation, and gives your brain the rest it needs to rejuvenate.

3 - Consume Non-Inflammatory Foods

Try to avoid pro-inflammatory foods and eat non-inflammatory foods as much as you can. Also, don’t forget your daily doses of alpha-lipoic acid and magnesium.

4 - Exercise Daily

When recovering from a brain surgery, you need to keep your blood flowing and your muscles flexible. And in order to do so, you have to exercise daily. There’s no need for you to strain yourself with a strenuous workout. Just a little stretching and walking will serve the purpose.

5 - Spend Time with Nature

There are countless studies that prove your brain heals faster when you’re surrounded by nature. Going out to a park when the sun is out is a great way of giving your brain the necessary energy.

6 - Give Acupuncture a Try

Acupuncture is a treatment that spreads blood and energy in your body. To restore a natural balance of inhibitory and excitatory neurotransmitters, try acupuncture after your brain surgery. The whole experience will promote inner peace and will strengthen your immune system.

The most important thing for you is to give yourself time to recover and be patient with the whole recovery process. Try to indulge in things that bring you contentment and joy more often and try these six recommendations for maximal healing.

You cannot recover from a brain surgery without proper medical care and a neurologist’s attention. For a timely advice and regular follow-up, contact Advanced Neurosurgery today and speed up your recovery.



 
 
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