You will need
- - cold pressure bandage;
- - elastic bandage;
- - garlic, Apple cider vinegar, vodka, eucalyptus oil;
- - pickled cabbage, sugar, onions;
- - fir, Bay or eucalyptus oil.
First attach to the stretched ligament cold bandage for 15-20 minutes. You can use crushed ice, any products from the freezer or just put your foot under running cold water. Then coat the joint area with any ointment or gel that has anti-inflammatory and anti-edema effect.
Apply a firm bandage, better elastic bandage, wrapping around and alternating with "eights", passing the bandage under the heel so that the dressing does not slip. At night, do not shoot, this will lock the joint in the correct position.
On the second day you can apply heat treatments, warm baths. Prepare the following composition. Pass through chesnokodavilku 100 grams of garlic and squeeze the juice from it. Add to garlic juice 250 ml Apple cider vinegar and 100 ml of vodka.
Add 30 drops of eucalyptus oil and mix well. Wet a piece of gauze folded in 4 rows. Attaching to the damaged ligament, lock tight bandage. Change the compress 2 times a day.
Take 100 grams passed through a meat grinder sauerkraut, add a tablespoon of sugar and grated on a fine grater raw onion. Stir until smooth, put the prepared weight on a piece of cotton fabric.
Apply it on the sore spot, cover it with paper compression, lock tight bandage. Change the poultice twice a day.
Whisk egg white until foamy, pour 30 ml of vodka and then mix thoroughly. Wet the gauze, folded in 2-3 layers in the prepared composition and apply to the affected area. Compression, cover with paper and secure with an elastic bandage. Change compresses 1 times per day.
On the third or fourth day, start massaging and rubbing the sore spot fir, Bay or eucalyptus oil. After the massage, apply a pressure bandage for another 3-4 days.
Advice 2: How to cure the gap sveaskog
A ligament is dense bundles of connective tissue that connect bones and hold in place the joint. When you stretch the ligaments, the connective fiber completely or partially broken.
To determine the presence of sprains you can by severe pain in the joints after any injury. Rarely, but still sometimes the pain does not occur immediately, but after a while there is swelling in the damaged area, the lack of mobility of the joint, and then comes the pain.
A sprain is different degrees of severity. First, mild, characterized by their damage on a small area, not a severe pain and a slight swelling or even lack of it. Second, the average degree is characterized by partial tearing, moderate pain and swelling of the joint and the appearance of a bruise. Third, severe degree, is characterized by complete rupture of the ligaments and severe symptoms. This injury is very dangerous.
For sprains of any severity, the victim is the necessary first aid. With the right rendering the possibility of any dangerous consequences from injuries (for example, the formation of weak and prone to damage of the joint) will be minimal.
The victim sit or lay, and damaged the leg or arm ensure immobility. Then put on the injured joint tight bandage. Use an elastic bandage. If there is a clear suspicion of a ligament rupture, construct a makeshift splint, which can serve as a plate, a ruler or something like that.
On the injury, put ice or soaked in cold water towel. Cold can reduce swelling and relieve pain. To prevent swelling, the injured leg or arm of the victim position above its usual position.
A great remedy for sprains are creams and gels, which include diclofenac, indomethacin and ibuprofen. Ointment or gel rubbed into the skin at the site of injury and then cover with dry warm bandage.
When the first and second degree sprains great help physiotherapy, which are performed in a medical facility. In addition, after the swelling subsides and the pain, the doctor may prescribe special exercises and anti-inflammatory drugs or corticosteroid injections.
In case of a serious sprain or total ligament rupture surgery performed on their stitching. But in mild and moderate stretching all the signs, usually resolve after 1-2 weeks.
If within days after the sprain the injury was swollen and purple, and refer to the trauma. May have hemorrhage into the joint cavity that requires immediate medical intervention.