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Alternative self-treatment of scars (adhesive, painful)

Topic overview

  1. Development of scars, wound healing
  2. Cause of adhered, painful scars
  3. Which scars need to be treated?
  4. Adhesive, painful scars – consequences for our health
  5. Scar treatment – when to start?
  6. Scar treatment – grips, scar massage

Development of scars – wound healing

An adherent, painful scar is an increased accumulation of connective tissue that has not completely regressed after a wound has healed.

In the event of a wound, whether surgical or as a result of an injury, the body deposits platelets from the blood at the affected area in order to seal it.

This is followed by the formation of connective tissue under the grint to give the injured area stability and to repair it completely. After a few days or a few weeks, the grint falls off and the newly formed skin appears.

Cause of adhesions, painful scars

The characteristics of the connective tissue depended in part on genetic factors. Furthermore, a healthy lifestyle and nutritionplay an extremely important role in the condition of a scar after healing. Of course, scarring is also related to the size and, above all, the depth of the original injury.

Depending on the severity of these 3 factors, there are scars that do not require treatment, but there are also many that need to be treated urgently!

Which scars need to be treated?

Whether a scar requires treatment depends less on visual aspects and more on functionality.

You can easily test this. Close your eyes and use the touch function of your hands to locate the scar. Spread lengthwise and crosswise.

If you are not able to locate the scar with your palpation, no adhesions and hardened areas are palpable, but only visually visible, your scar is absolutely harmless and does not require any treatment.

If you can easily feel your scar blindfolded, if you can feel adhesions and hardening of the tissue and if it is perhaps even sensitive to pressure when touched, then there is an urgent need for treatment!

Adhesive, painful scars – Consequences for our health

Scars can cause pain, in some cases even more so when the weather changes.

Above all, these scars represent barriers for the lymphatic system and the body’s natural magnetic field. The lymphatic system of our intelligent body is able to form so-called anastomoses. These are cross-connections around the scar, but it still has a negative effect on the lymphatic system.

Unfortunately, our natural magnetic field is not capable of such a thing! This can have catastrophic consequences, especially if a scar runs across the magnetic field!

In the extremities, this can cause impaired muscle regeneration and cartilage supply. In the abdomen, it can sometimes contribute significantly to organic problems, digestive disorders, hormonal disorders, bile problems, etc.

Scar treatment – when to start?

Physical scar treatment is absolutely contraindicated for a fresh scar with the presence of Grint. Also definitely avoid tearing off the grint itself! The natural healing process can only be promoted with a healthy diet and lifestyle. In the event of complications in wound healing, St. John’s wort oil can be used to support the healing process.

Once the wound has healed completely and the grint has disappeared, scar treatment can begin. If the newly formed skin is still very thin and unstable, great caution is still required. For old, very hardened scars, on the other hand, the scar treatment can be carried out very vigorously.

Scar treatment – grips,
scar massage

1st handle

Mutual displacement of the scar

2nd handle

Pulling out of the scar

3rd handle

Rolling skin displacement

4th handle

Lifting the scar