The study showed that athletes which had the quickest recovery after injury were those who had the following traits:
Took personal responsibility for their recovery process
Had high motivation, desire and determination
Had more social support
Maintained a positive attitude
Frequently used imagery and other visualization techniques
Expected a full and successful return to sports
Recovery varies from person to person depends on some factors such as what kind of illness you have, time period of illness, if the illness is acute or chronic, was medication taken and for how long. What damage it has done to the body, was there surgeries involved and other factors. Younger people usually recover quicker than older ones because all processes of the body slow down with age.
Saliva can carry pathogens, therefore, the following items must be sterilized after each session to avoid reinfection: Change your toothbrush or soak it for at least 4 hours in hydrogen peroxide for sterilization. Carefully sterilize mugs, glasses or water bottles used before treatment (the best is to put them into the dishwasher). Wipe lipsticks, inhalers, contact lenses, etc. Change bedclothes and towels. Some infections are transmissible so it is best not to share a glass, mug, water bottle or toothbrush with anyone. After a session avoid body contact (hugging etc.) with others the same day and when (if) experiencing the healing crisis. If the body starts to detoxify some of the pathogens might try to “escape” to another host.
Our bodies can restore themselves under certain circumstances, it has a remarkable ability to self-generate. A lot of things influence recovery time. Here are some suggestions for better recovery and well being.
The most important is your mindset.
The mind(emotions, thoughts, perceptions, memory, imagination) and body are connected, and what we focus on grows. If you are suffering from an illness, try focusing your energy on healing instead of feeling like a victim (some people might feel like that).
Once we become attached to our illness, it becomes a safety blanket for us. It means we don’t have to focus on real problems because we can’t cope with them because we’re sick.
If we focus our energy more towards what we can do instead of what we can’t, that’s the first step. And remember your negative emotions can create physical illness. You may want to practice positive thinking.
The illness usually comes after we are experiencing a big loud of stress. Take care of your stress levels, manage it as best as you can, look for help if you need to. Unmanaged stress can lower your immune system.
Everything in the body is connected even your emotions with your physical body.
Have a good nutritious diet. Your cells need good quality fuel to keep themselves in great working condition and help you to feel healthy. The old saying, “You are what you eat” holds true. If we eat acid-producing foods, then our bodies will shift towards a more acidic pH. More acidic pH is believed to promote inflammation and chronic conditions.
Eliminate sugar. Sugar suppresses immunity and dense nutrition helps to support it.
Water intake is very important. Water helps to flush out waste from your body, helps regulate body temperature, helping your brain function.
Water consumption helps lubricate and cushion your joints, spinal cord, and tissues. This will help you enjoy physical activity and lessen the discomfort caused by conditions like arthritis.
Your kidneys are important for filtering out waste through urination. Adequate water intake helps your kidneys work more efficiently and helps to prevent kidney stones.
Drinking enough water can help prevent certain medical conditions. These include constipation, kidney stones, exercise-induced asthma, urinary tract infections, hypertension.
Drinking water may activate your metabolism. A boost in metabolism has been associated with a positive impact on an energy level.
Not getting enough water can also affect your mood. Dehydration may result in fatigue and confusion as well as anxiety.
Proper hydration is key to staying in tip-top cognitive shape. Research indicates that not drinking enough water can negatively impact your focus, alertness, and short-term memory.
Magnetized water improves the assimilation of the various nutrients and vitamins in the cells. Bi-polar magnetized water treatment can be very effective in breaking up kidney and gall bladder stones into small enough particles to be passed through urine without any pain or danger to the patient. The water also can prevent further formation of stones in the kidneys and gallbladder. Soviet physicians have been giving internally magnetized water to patients for over 30 years for digestive, urinary and nervous problems, ailments like mastitis, pains and swellings, painful urination and many other disorders.
Feeling thirsty indicates your body is not receiving adequate hydration. Urine that is dark or colored indicates dehydration. Pale or non-colored urine typically indicates proper hydration. And because water is imperative to so many bodily functions, dehydration can be very dangerous.
Rest is an important component of recovery. Go to sleep at the same time every day. Make habits that will relax you before bedtime. Deep restorative sleep is essential in achieving top physical and mental performance.
Do not use your electronic gadgets before bedtime as it will take you longer to fall asleep because of a blue light-emitting screen of your tablet or smartphone.
It will mess with and delay your circadian clock rhythm. This rhythm is necessary for your metabolism, your mood, your appetite for sweets or junk foods (and in turn your weight), your risk of developing diabetes and possibly even cancer, the list goes on and on.
It will suppress your melatonin secretion when you need it most.
It will decrease your REM sleep. REM sleep is a stage of sleep that is critical for the restoration of your mind and body.
Exercises for better oxygen flow. Your brain requires oxygen to function, and oxygen reaches your brain via blood. Regular exercise may increase your supply of "tiny blood vessels that bring oxygen-rich blood to the region of the brain responsible for thought.
Even simply quick walking increases blood circulation and the oxygen, and glucose that reaches your brain.
Try to avoid chemical use in your household as they contain very dangerous substances for health. The scary truth is that toxic cleaning product use can cause the risk of developing lung and airway problems.
Many of the strong chemical ingredients in today’s cleaning products were put there specifically for their antimicrobial properties. The trouble with this strategy is that these chemicals aren’t selective—they kill probiotic organisms along with the types of bacteria we don’t want around. Some of these ingredients, such as parabens, ammonia, chlorine bleach, QUATS, Triclosan, and triclocarban, are absorbed through the skin in varying degrees—and once inside your body, they may upset your delicate microbial balance. Triclosan and triclocarban turn up in human blood, mucus, and even breast milk.
There are some great natural products which will help to clean your house effectively:
white vinegar, liquid castile soap or Sal Suds, natural salt, baking soda, borax, washing soda, hydrogen peroxide, lemons, essential oils (optional).
Find the right way to use these natural products in your household cleaning.
There are many things we can do to improve our health. Biomagnetic Pair Therapy can help you in a big way. You also can speed up the recovery by taking responsibility for this process by understanding the body's needs and taking care of it.