Answer: it all depends what typ she likesAnswerAbsolutely Yes. When a man is dressing up and looking good not only he is doing it for himself but also for the women he is seeing. Its like I care for you, I am working out, I am becoming strong, I am dressing up, smelling good. I want you to feel good about me. What woman will not like that.
Answer: Depending upon the severity of the wound or injury will determinethe healing time. A brush-up with an irritant is manageddifferently than a hot cinder in the eye. Most irritants can beflushed with no further medical attention (not acids), but anythingmore involved should be under a doctors care.
Answer: Under a common principle of law, any death later than "a-year-and-a-day" after the shooting would be unrelated. Complications from trauma can cause a delayed and painful death years later, or a deep blood vessel or spine penetration could kill very quickly.
Answer: The healing time of a muscle wound is greatly affected by factors such as the muscle injured and severity of injury. It is generally accepted; however, that the normal tearing down of muscles caused by strenuous exercise requires 48 hours to heal and strengthen. People who work out every day usually circumvent this by working out different muscle groups every day while the others heal.
Answer: No fixed answer, sorry. It depends on personal health and type of wound. A young, healthy person usually recovers more quickly than an out-of-shape older person. A stab wound in the fatty tissue around the waist heals quicker than one to, say, a muscle in the upper arm, which heals quicker than one into a lung. And a stab wound to the heart usually never heals.
Answer: Make sure you are up to date on your Tetanus shot.
Apply constant pressure to a severely bleeding wound using a sterile dressing (if possible). Call 9-1-1. Until professional help arrives, hold a constant pressure on the wound for at least twenty minutes. Do not press directly on the wound if there is a foreign object in the wound, such as glass, but apply pressure along the wound area. Do not move the affected limb if you suspect any broken bones or dislocations. With a splint (if possible) immobilize the affected area. As soon as possible, dress the wound with a sterile non-sticking material and stay with the victim until professional help arrives.
First Aid Safety Tips:
Contact a health professional immedicately for large or open wounds.
To close these wounds, surgical sutures may be required.
Frequently check for possible signs of infection (redness, swelling, persistent pain, fever or pus).
Keep a list of emergency numbers near all the phones in your home.
With your family members, review first aid procedures on a regular basis.
First aid kits should be kept well stocked in your home as well as your car and boat.
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