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Homeopathic Remedies For Bed Sores!

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Homeopathy Doctor, Faridabad
Homeopathic Remedies For Bed Sores!

When a person who is suffering from a long-standing illness or some severe form of injury, he or she has to spend a lot of time confined to the bed whether at home or at the hospital. This can give rise to a condition called bed sores which can lead to a heightened sense of immobility and pain when it comes to certain limbs and parts of the body that were active in the past, leading to damage of the tissue of that area.

Also, this condition is mostly seen in ageing people who are confined to their beds. These sores can show up as damage that is accorded to the skin tissue which has not been moved or used for a very long time. There may also be a lack of moisture which can lead to the appearance of such sores. Homeopathy is an effective method of dealing with such bed sores. Let us find out more about these medicines.

  1. Arnica: This medicine is usually prescribed when the skin bearing the sores turns bluish or black in colour, owing to a complete lack of moisture. Also, in such cases, the dried blood that may have come from the sores will lead to such a colour on the skin around the same. Itching may also be felt in many such cases, and this medicine can gradually decrease the itching as well as the sores.
  2. Apis Mellifica: This medicine is best used when the sores have a red or pink hue, with a bright look which means that the sores are relatively new. The patients may also feel a burning sensation on the spot where the sore may have erupted. This kind of a sensation will get even worse during the warm weather or when the bed is excessively warm. The patient may also want to keep these portions uncovered under such conditions.
  3. Carbo Veg: This is another widely used homoeopathic medicine for many kinds of conditions, especially those that have to do with the skin of the patient. When these bed sores feel cold and have an excessive amount of sweat as well, this medicine may be prescribed. The sores may also appear bluish and they may itch excessively. The bluish tint of the sores may come from the improper oxidisation of the blood in the region, which can be treated with the help of this medicine.
  4. Pyrogen: This medicine is usually prescribed in very severe cases when the sores are badly infected and even considered as poisonous. This may enter from the blood before spreading to the rest of the body. The other symptoms include cold and sweaty skin, as well as increased pulse rate and high fever with constant shivering.

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