How Does Regenerative Medicine Facilitate The Body To Heal?
Some amount of wear and tear occurs in the body’s tissues and ligaments following an injury. The wound healing process takes place through a series of steps, the aim of which is to facilitate the area to repair and be restored. During the wound healing process, the blood starts to clot and once the bleeding stops, the body’s aim is to protect deeper layers of tissue from being affected and thus it forms a scab in the area. The wound then starts becoming swollen and fluid oozes out to clear the area around. Blood vessels start to become dilated so that the area can receive blood, abundant oxygen to help the healing occur faster. Once this immediate action is taken, new blood vessels begin to form in place of the broken ones. The blood coursing to the area carries collagen that helps the formation of the base of the new tissue. Granulation tissue and new skin begin forming and soon the scab falls off.
For the wound healing process, various proteins are required for the production of the connective tissue. These proteins are got from the diet that one eats and hence it is vital to have the diet regulated while the process is ongoing within the body.