Are you or someone you love suffering from bruising and associated symptoms? At Universal Sound Therapy we deal with all sorts of issues including bruising with our sound therapies.
Our therapy is based on frequencies, tuning your body to vibrate at the correct frequency is as important to your body healing itself or reducing symptoms you are facing. Our healing sessions provide your body with the frequencies that would be found in a normal, healthy body. Your system absorbs these frequencies and makes the needed changes to “tune itself” and start to heal. Our bodies want to be healthy and when we provide them with the proper tools they will do everything needed to do just that.
Universal Sound Therapy is in the business to help your body heal and we are so confident that it will work for you that we offer you a 90-day money back guarantee. And if our bruise/bruising sound therapy doesn’t help, just return it for a full refund. Try to get that from your doctor or pharmacy.
Our bruise/bruising sound therapy helps by:
- Lessen or minimize reddish or purplish occurrence in the skin or tenderness in the affected area
- Has the correct frequencies to help your body retune itself
- Aligns and opens your Chakra system
- Opens and cleans up your meridians
- Helps your body heal itself
Short Description of Bruising
Bruising is one of the most common skin injuries around. It results in skin discoloration due to injured blood vessels that lie beneath and begins to collect near the surface. This results in the ubiquitous black and blue mark seen in the patient.
Symptoms of Bruising
- Initially a bruise may be reddish in color then it will turn blue or dark purple in just a few hours and then yellow or green after a few days as it already heals
- It is usually tender and painful for the first few days but the pain goes away when healing happens as the color fades
- There is no risk if infection as there is no break in the skin
A bruise or contusion appears when the skin is exposed to external trauma such as a cut or blow to any area of the body. This result in the tiny blood vessels called capillaries to burst. The blood gets trapped below the skin’s surface which results in a bruise. Bruises can occur at any age and some may appear with very little pain and the patient may not even notice them at all. While the medical condition is common, it is important to know your treatment options and to determine whether further investigation is required as to the nature of the bruising.
Etiology of Bruises
Anyone can get a bruise when you bump into something or something bumps into you. Bruises can occur in some patients who exercise a lot like weight lifters and athletes. The bruising comes from the microscopic tears in the blood vessel under the skin. Unexplained bruises that happen in a patient for no apparent reason may suggest a bleeding disorder, especially if the condition is accompanied by nosebleeds or gum bleeding. Usually, what are thought to be unexplained bruises on the thigh or shin for instance, is actually a result of tissue injury due to bumping form a bedpost or some other hard object and failing to remember the event. Bruises in the elderly occur more often due to the skin having thinned due to age and the tissues that provide support to the blood vessels beneath has also become more delicate. Bruises can also occur if a patient is taking certain drugs such as blood thinners to treat other medical conditions.
Diagnosis of Bruises
If the cause has been immediately ascertained such as an injury and the healthcare provider does not suspect any broken bones, then no other tests may be ordered. However, if there is severe pain and swelling on the area, the doctor may ask for an x-ray exam just to rule out any complications. If the bruising occurs for no apparent reason the blood may be tested to look for a bleeding disorder. Certain bruises or a pattern of bruises that occur over time and in different stages of healing may alert the doctor to suspect some form of physical abuse.
Conditions that Cause Bruising
As the name suggests, this occurs as a result of trauma from exercising or while participating in a sporting activity. They include broken bones, strains, sprains, dislocations, ripped tendons and swelling of the muscles. It can also result from trauma due to overuse.
This is a mild traumatic brain injury that results after an impact to the head or after a whiplash injury. Symptoms depend on the severity of the injury and include: memory issues, confusion, drowsiness, dizziness, double vision or blurred vision, headache, nausea, vomiting, sensitivity to light and noise or balance issues. The symptoms may happen immediately or may not develop for hours, days, weeks and even months after the injury.
This is a medical condition that results in a low platelet count and may be due to a number of conditions. Symptoms include: red, purple or brown bruises, a rash with small red or purple clots, nosebleeds, gum bleeding, prolonged bleeding, presence of blood in the stool or urine, heavy menses and even bloody vomitus.
This denotes multiple kinds of blood cancer that happen when the white blood cells in the marrow grow out of control. It is classified by onset either acute or chronic and cell types involved such as myeloid cells and lymphocytes. Symptoms include: excessive night sweating, fatigue, weakness that do not go away with rest as well as unintentional weight loss, bone pain and tenderness.
Von Willebrand Disease
This is a kind of bleeding disorder that occurs due to a deficiency of von Willebrand clotting factor. If the levels are low, the platelets are unable to clot correctly and results to prolonged bleeding. The most common symptoms are easy bruising, excessive nose bleeding, prolonged bleeding after an injury, gum bleeding and abnormal heavy menstrual bleeding.
This is considered to be a medical emergency and requires urgent care and attention. It refers to any injury that involves the skull, scalp or brain. It includes concussions, skull fractures and scalp wounds.
Bruising can occur as a result of an ankle sprain. The injury involves the tough bands of tissue called ligaments that surround and connect the bones of the leg and foot. It usually occurs when the foot suddenly twists or rolls, forcing the ankle joint out of its normal position. It causes swelling, tenderness, pain, bruising, inability to put weight on the affected ankle, discoloration of the skin and stiffness.