How To Compress Warm Wet?
How to compress warm wet
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Need to be clarified, for what reasons do you want to compress it? What kind of complaints are you experiencing?
Compress can be done as an initial treatment for various conditions, such as fever, inflammation, injury, injury, and so on. The choice of compress type can certainly vary depending on the indication. Therefore, without knowing the reasons that make you want to do the compress, it is certainly difficult for us to explain the correct way to compress it.
Warm compresses are usually intended to improve blood circulation in the area of pain. Alternatively, this compress can be used to relax muscles or other body tissues that have been injured. Wet warm compress is done by dipping a clean cloth or towel in warm water (not boiling water), then squeezing the water. This compress can be used for handling a number of conditions, such as post-injury pain and bruising, fever, nerve disorders (for example, which cause numbness or tingling), arthritis, tense muscles or joints, fibromyalgia, and so on. This warm compress is usually recommended for 15 to 20 minutes. Although, at a more severe pain intensity, the duration of the compress can also be extended as needed.
If the complaint does not improve with a compress, you need to see yourself directly to the doctor so that further treatment is given.
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