You can use a device called (inspirometer) that helps you breathe deeply to prevent TB infection. To use the device, breathing is carried out deeply in the designated part of the device, then leaves it, expels air and rest for a few seconds, then re-exercises 10 times every hour in the waking periods.
Move the foot in a circular motion from right to left. Slide and tilt the toes forward and backward. Straighten your legs straight forward. Leg exercises help you maintain good blood circulation in the limbs. Each exercise should be repeated 4-5 times every half hour during the waking periods.
Start with simple goals and evolve it over time. Do different kinds of sports to avoid getting bored. Set realistic and achievable athletic goals. Prepare your sportswear to use it anytime. Allocate a daily time for exercising and maintaining your active habits.
Fever over 38 degrees Chest pain and trouble breathing Leg pain, swelling or redness Strong abdominal or shoulder pain that does not go away with painkillers Continuous vomiting
Do not engage in advanced (vigorous) sport activities such as aerobic and weightlifting in the first 4 weeks after the surgery. Do not lift more than 15 pounds during the first month, but you can walk daily then increase the distance gradually whenever you can. After the first month, you can practice any sport or […]