Last Updated on Wednesday, 30 March 2011 04:19 Written by admin Wednesday, 30 March 2011 04:19
Boils can be a painful occurrence for those who suffer from them but there are remedies that will help alleviate the pain and speed up the salvage of the infection. Boils are a staph infection in the hair follicle and the blockage can cause primary pain.
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This pain will only regularly subside once the boil has been drained and whilst there is a tendency to want this to happen sooner rather than later, the boil must ‘come to head’ before it can be drained. To help the boil come to a head sooner, heat should be applied to the region of the infection.
When heat is applied the blood circulation to the boil will increase and along with this increase in blood there will be more white blood cells present. it is the white blood cells that help to fight the infection and they appear as the pus that you see when the boil is finally drained.
The more white blood cells the faster the infection will be cleared.
Before you can ‘pop’ the boil and issue the pus, it will have to be soft. if the boil is still hard then it is not ready to be drained and there is a risk of infection if you try to burst it before time, particularly if you fail to use sterile instruments.
Once the boil has been drained you should clean the region with an antibacterial cleaner to ensure there is no spread of the infection to other areas of the skin. You should also cover the newly drained boil to keep it clean until is has healed fully and a good antibacterial cream will support in this healing process.
Of policy it is always best to fight off the infection before you get to the stage of having to suffer from a boil and there are natural ways that this can be done too.
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