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The gut is a very important part of the body.  It is where we digest our food and allow the nutrients that we consume to travel through our body.  For many of us, our diet and lifestyle has changed the way our guts operate and as such, they start to turn on us.  When this happens, we may be forced to look into Advanced Laparoscopic surgery to get relief.  If this is the case, here are some tips that you can use to help limit your recovery pain and even speed up recovery.

Stop smoking

You should never start smoking in the first place, but if you do smoke, it is a good idea to stop.  When you smoke, you are taking in harsh chemicals and other compounds that travel through your entire body.  These chemicals and the aftereffects of prolonged use will remain in your body forever.  If you stop smoking, the damage will start to repair itself and you won’t be feeling as much of the adverse reactions.

Reduce blood sugar

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As we get older we need to start watching our blood sugar.  The blood sugar that we have in our bodies needs to be at a stable rate in order to function.  Too low of a blood sugar level we will feel sluggish and weak.  If we have too much blood sugar we will also have adverse effects throughout our body.  Talk to your doctor as to the optimal level of blood sugar is right for you.

Exercise

This is vital to all good health.  You need to start exercising on a daily basis.  If this means just getting up and going for a walk around the neighborhood or swimming in your pool, you need to get your body moving and your blood flowing.  This will be the best way for you to heal from surgery and other medical procedures.