I came into the business world pretty early; apart from a few part time jobs in high school, before I knew it – I was at Uni, juggling three or four jobs and feeling absolutely exhausted. And, in all honesty, I don’t even remember if I am a workaholic or I am just so used to slaving that I wouldn’t know any different. Whichever the case, when you put your body and mind under such immense pressure, it is evident you’re going to crack eventually. Our being isn’t designed to have that much physical stress nor is it intended to process as much mental pressure as we manage to on daily basis.
Any kind of procedure on our bodies can be very stressful, both physically and mentally, and requires a special care and approach when it comes to diet and physical activities. Now, depending on severity of the very procedure, the resting period and the getting back on your feet can vary, but it is important to, after consulting your doctor, determine your post surgery routine. If done properly exercising can actually help you recover faster and diet can help your wounds heal and your organism to recover from such anxious period. So, let us find out how an ideal post recovery period should look like.