Natural Home Remedies for Bedsores

   

Bedsores, more properly known as pressure ulcers or decubitus. Bedsores are accepted to be caused by different tissue forces. They begin as tender, inflamed patches that develop when a person's weight rests. Pressure sores or bed sores are painful skin ulcers that form when constant pressure on a part of the body shuts down the blood vessels feeding.


Home Remedies for the treatment of Bedsores

Apply liquid lecithin, honey, or zinc ointment to clean sores and dress with a gauze bandage.

Supplementing the wound with sugar and honey eliminates the poison from the wound. As sugar does not allow bacteria to develop, it has shown effective result.

The best home remedy for bedsore is mixing powdered comfrey leaves with slippery elm in equal quantity to form a paste. Put this paste on piece of cloth and tie it with the affected area overnight.

Prevention for Bedsores

  • To enhance circulation provide skin massages if possible.
  • Massage the body or employ possible physiotherapy to exercise parts of the body.
  • You will want to switch body positions every two hours.
  • Fill Lysol in a spray can and spray it daily on the entire body.
  • Keep skin clean and dry at all times.
  • Never use a doughnut-cushion under the buttocks, because it decreases blood flow where the cushion sets against the skin.
  • You can wash the sores at least 2-4 times a day by making a concoction of witch hazel and myrrh/turmeric root/goldenseal.

Diet tips for Bedsores

The diet rich in vitamin C and zinc has been proven to improve wound healing. Protein rich foods also keep tissues healthy from such disorders. Avoiding meat. Their diet should contain essential vitamins such as A, B, C, E and zinc. Including fibrous food as a regular diet is mandatory.








 

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