How the Life Would Be After Sepsis?

In general, after you have had sepsis, rehabilitation usually starts in the hospital by slowly helping you to move around and look after yourself: bathing, sitting up, standing, walking, taking yourself to the restroom, etc. The purpose of rehabilitation is to restore you back to your previous level of health or as close to it as possible. Begin your rehabilitation by building up your activities slowly, and rest when you are tired.

You have been seriously ill, and your body and mind need time to get better. You may experience the following physical symptoms upon returning home:
• General to extreme weakness and fatigue
• Breathlessness
• General body pains or aches
• Difficulty moving around
• Difficulty sleeping
• Weight loss, lack of appetite, food not tasting normal
• Dry and itchy skin that may peel
• Brittle nails
• Hair loss

* The Content is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition.