Eating healthily to recover from whiplash injury
Although it can take some time to recover from any whiplash injury in the city centre, there are certain things you can do to help yourself get back to the height of fitness as quickly as possible.
You should always make sure that you follow your doctor’s advice when recovering from any serious whiplash injury in the city centre in order to make the best recovery, take any medications you are prescribed as you are told to take them, and never miss a physical therapy appointment.
However you should also be aware that there are things you can easily do at home to increase your general level of fitness, and your body’s ability to recover from any injury or accident.
If you have sustained a serious whiplash injury in the city centre as the result of an accident that was not your own fault, consider claiming compensation back from the person at fault to help you with your financial situation whilst you recover.
This can provide you with a level of emotional stability and comfort that will help you to feel more in control of the situation.
Accident Advice Helpline provides a team of dedicated personal injury lawyers who can talk to you about your whiplash injury in the city centre and help you through the claims process.
You can call the helpline on 0800 689 0500 to speak to someone who can help.
Below is a run down of some well known vitamins and eating tips that can help your body to regain full health:
Vitamin C is one of the vitamins you should be getting plenty of every day as without it the body is more likely to suffer from infections and illnesses. After an accident or injury you should up your intake of vitamin C as it will stave off infections which could slow your recovery, and help with maintaining bone and cartilage to speed up your recovery.
Vitamin C is present in:
This vitamin is the one which promotes the healing of your body, through creation of white blood cells, the cells which fight off infection and viruses. The more vitamin A you are taking in, the less likely it is that your injury will have further complications related to infection.
Find Vitamin A in:
- Sweet potatoes
- Pumpkins and squash
Although carbohydrates are best known for providing your body with fuel, after an injury, protein will be the best for repairing muscles and speeding up your recovery time. Protein also provides you with a much more long-lasting source of fuel that your body can use well to keep you going without adding weight that could slow down your recovery and put extra pressure on your back or joints.
Protein is found in the highest concentrations in:
Date Published: 8th May 2014
Author: Louise Thacker