When your injury refuses to heal



We have all had injuries in our lives and usually we worry about how fast it will heal, so we can return to regular activities.

But, as we grow older or due to certain disease or ailment, some of us may experience situations where an injury or wound refuses to heal.

Usually this can be a life long crisis that we or a close relative or loved one have to manage for the rest of our lives.

The big questions most people facing this situation as is

Why is this happening?
What medication can help my wound heal faster?

Why is this happening?

When you experience an injured, your body sets into motion, an automatic series of events, often referred to as the “cascade of healing,” in order to repair the injured tissues.

This cascade is known as the stages of wound healing.

What are the stages of wound healing?

The cascade of wound healing is actually broken-down into 4 stages

Hemostasis Phase: Plugging and clotting of the wound

Inflammatory Phase: Cleaning and clearing the wound

Proliferative Phase: Sealing of the wound

Remodeling/Maturation Phase: You skin begins to strengthen

Four stages of wound healing
Four stages of wound healing


Lets break it down.

Immediately after you receive an injury, due tp a fail or contact with sharp object

What do you notice?

Your injury will bleed, the reason it does that is to initiate the first state of healing

Hemostasis Phase: At this stage, your are bleeding, but you never noticed that the blood pooling around the wound and spilling out, is actually lugging and clotting the wound so that the healing process can begin.

Inflammatory Phase: This is the point where your wound has been clogged, blood flow from it has reduced but the area where the wound is still looks reddish with blood. At this stage your body focuses on destroying any bacteria that entered the wound as a result of the injury, it also removes any and debris that got there due to the injury.

Proliferative Phase: The wound begins to seal from the inside as healthy cells begin to arrive at the wound to enable growth, usually at this time the wound will have grainy tissue coving it to protect the fresh cells

Remodeling/Maturation Phase: Your body begins to seal the wound completely, and provides a layer of new skin over the wound. At this point, all the underlying tissue has been rebuilt.

Our bodies are truly amazing, its why, for most of our lives, we naturally don’t pay attention to small injuries we may have,

As our body silently works to heal us in the background while we rest or sleep.

But as our body ages and we begin to fight diseases, the ability for it heal those simple wounds we use to have then diminishes.


When your injury refuses to heal?

As you noticed from above, the key to effective wound healing is adequate blood flow.

Particularly the flow of oxygenated blood, this provides the nutrients each part of your body needs to survive and function as a whole.

When the body doesn’t receive this, the results can be fatal.

Two illnesses that are know to hamper the flow of oxygenated blood are diabetes and cardo vascular disease

These two afflict more than half of the worlds population of people over the age of 40.


How does diabetes affect blood flow?

When a person is diabetic, their high glucose levels can cause damage to the lining of the small blood vessels, which can prevent the circulation of blood within the body.

As this pause in blood circulation builds up, these is usually a loose of blood flow to the extremities(foot and hands).

Its why some Diabetic end up loosing a limb.


How does cardo vascular disease affect blood flow?

It does this by reducing the amount of blood flow the heart received

As the heart slows down the blood flow to the body reduces, there by leading to a reduction of the flow of blood each area of the body will need.

This can lead to limb loss as areas of the body that receive for less blood flow begin to die


What medication can help my wound heal fast

hyperoil Family

Hyperoil is a multistage wound healing solution that triggers and accelerate the wound healing process

  • Its effects are felt through all the phases of the wound healing process – cleansing, granulation and restoration of epithelium over a burnt site.
  • An advanced wound dressing because it effectively promotes skin wound healing process related to any kind of disease and or disorder.

See How quickly it works to heal wounds through the 4 stages of healing

A diabetic foot ulcer can be quite difficult to manage, let alone heal properly, most times patients with foot ulcers have a life long battle of managing this by with wound dressing, which requires constant changing

Of recent there have been a few medication, that have shown promise, but so far Hyperoil natural formula out shines most regular foot ulcer medication in the rate of healing.

Diabetic foot Treatment
Diabetic foot Treatment


Surgical wounds

For most patients who have gone under the knife for a surgical proceed, their biggest concern are

Healing quickly and scars.

As you can see from the below image, Hyperoil not only shortens the healing time, it also reduces scarring

Surgical wounds treatment
Surgical wounds treatment


Bed sores treatment
Bed sores treatment


Burns treatment
Burns treatment

Below are the duration of treatment for various ailments using Hyperoil

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If you will need more information or would want to find out the cost or treatment duration for a particular wound using hyperoil.

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Phone: 0814-117-4063
Email: info@ifeanhealth.com


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