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Doctor insights on: Energetic Healing

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Wounds over healing cause?

Wounds over healing cause?

Keloid: If a wound heals uneventfully (not evidence of infection) but forms a thick rope like pink colored scar it may represent keloid. The formation of keloid is, in most circumstances genetically defined. ...Read more

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Why do healing wounds itch?

Why do healing wounds itch?

Histamine release: Whenever tissue is subject to trauma, the body initiates an inflammatory response as part of the healing process. Several different types of cells are released into the bloodstream and make their way to the wound where healing is initiated. Among these are mast cells which release histamine. It is the histamine which causes the wound to itch. ...Read more

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Anyone power with healing touch?

Anyone power with healing touch?

Healing Touch: Healing touch is an energy therapy in which practitioners consciously use their hands in a heart-centered and intentional way. Practitioners may be nurses, massage therapists, or from other healing backgrounds. It is non-invasive, non-toxic, and has some research done with it as well. For more information, check this web site: http://tinyurl. Com/yhzm3rf good luck! ...Read more

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Are healing and curing the same extent?

Are healing and curing the same extent?

Not really: Healing is when a injury returns to normal where as a cure requires correction of the underlying cause. For example patients with crohn's may have healing but it is not a cure. ...Read more

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How do you know when jock inch is healing?

How do you know when jock inch is healing?

No itching: The skin will become normal and your itch will stop ...Read more

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Why do cuts itch so bad when they are healing?

Why do cuts itch so bad when they are healing?

Special nerves: There are special nerves in the skin that send a signal to the brain that an area of the skin is being irritated in a way that would be perceived as being itchy. ...Read more

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What's a way to expedite my wounds healing time?

What's a way to expedite my wounds healing time?

Depends: On the wound extent location. See a wound care specialist. Wash with soap and water. Apply a wound care product. Cover it. Don't let it dry out. ...Read more

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Broken humorous is not healing. What should I do?

Broken humorous is not healing. What should I do?

Discuss w. ortho dr: You must be under an orthopedic dr. Most common treatment for a non-displaced humerus fracture is a modified sling around neck & lower arm, allowing elbow to hang. Pinning may be required for fractures with displacement of brocken ends &/or non healing. Your orthopedist is best person to advise. However, always consider 2nd. Opinion if you, or spouse, think it necessary! Good luck. ...Read more

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Is it normal that I have somewhat of a healing gift?

Is it normal that I have somewhat of a healing gift?

Healing gift: We are all born with a healing gift. When we are young it is much easier to heal and as we get older the healing power of the body somewhat slows down. When we get hurt, or sustain a cut, our body tries to heal by itself except when the injuries are severe and deep and we seek medical care to help and to prevent the complications. But there is still healing there, so enjoy the gift. ...Read more

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How can the body know when to start and stop healing?

How can the body know when to start and stop healing?

Complex process: Our bodies have many systems that constantly monitor the status. When something unusual is identified, many process commence including increasing the presence of antibodies, fighting white cells, increased blood flow to the area and much, much more. As this problem gets better, the body will turn down the intensity of the reactions via ongoing monitoring. The complexity makes healing easy. ...Read more

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What should be the added food during healing of a body?

What should be the added food during healing of a body?

Balanced: The best diet to promote healing is one that is well-balanced with fat, protein and carbohydrates and has the appropriate caloric content. ...Read more

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What does a "slow healing wound" mean? How slow is slow?

What does a "slow healing wound" mean? How slow is slow?

Slow healing wound: Our body has an innate ability to heal and most of simple wounds heal without any complications. But some wounds are slow to heal either due to complications of the wound, depth, infection etc and it takes longer to heal. It can also be due to other medical conditions like diabetes, varicose veins and poor state of health of the person. How slow is variable from few days to few weeks and months. ...Read more

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Do the majority of the plants we see have healing properties?

Do the majority of the plants we see have healing properties?

Not neccasarily: Remember that plants develop their own special properties as they evolve to assure their survival, not for our purposes. Poison ivy is something that is very common but it is not something commonly used to heal. Many plants have effects that actually slow down or stop healing. I do not recommend you go into the forest and start eating what you see. There is research on those plants that can help. ...Read more

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What is the ancient healing that is used in the korean society?

Which One?: Qua sha is a form of scraping which can be very helpful for healing some muscular problems. ...Read more

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How does keeping a wound moist lead to faster and safer healing?

How does keeping a wound moist lead to faster and safer healing?

Crisp cells die: A wound heals best in the environment found just under the skin. Cells are destroyed when they dry out. They are also harmed if too wet, think dish pan hands. Keeping a wound at an ideal moisture level results in the best cell division and migration as well as providing the best environment to lay down the structural protein collagen which grows new blood vessels and decreases scarring. ...Read more

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What is it about certain plants that give them healing properties?

What is it about certain plants that give them healing properties?

Simply Complex: Like humans, plants are composed of many intricate systems and chemicals that work in many ways. In humans, missing a single chemical can slow down/stop healing. It is reasonable to expect that in the complex ways humans heal and the complex ways that plants grow and thrive, that there would be some overlap of chemicals that both species create that the other needs to survive. Co2/o2 for example. ...Read more

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I am typr 2diabetic would this slow healing a scrape takes a month& half to heal?

I am typr 2diabetic would this slow healing a scrape takes a month& half to heal?

Diabetic wound: Because diabetes causes you to be prone to infection, anything that doesn't seem to be healing correctly should be a concern. I'd strongly suggest you let your doctor take a good look at that scrape and make a recommendation on how to treat it for you. ...Read more

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Is it better to cover wounds with bandages or expose the wounds to air for the best healing?

Is it better to cover wounds with bandages or expose the wounds to air for the best healing?

Wound healing: In the wound care world, we do not like air exposure. One of the foundations is moist healing of a wound using the best product that you can. 'best' depends on where the wound is located and what type of drainage in coming from the wound. Your local wound center should be able to assist you with the correct product. ...Read more

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Is it a good sign that a graze is starting to itch is it healing if so how long more will the cuts be there?

Is it a good sign that a graze is starting to itch is it healing if so how long more will the cuts be there?

Yes: Itching is a sign that your injury is healing. It happens usually when the injury scabs over. Usually if the graze is superficial and not very deep then it should heal in about a week. If it is deeper, then it probably will take longer even up to a couple of weeks. As long as the surrounding area does not turn red and become more painful you should be fine. ...Read more