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How Soon After Wisdom Teeth Removal Can I Run?

While wisdom tooth removal is a common procedure, it is still considered a surgery that comes with certain postoperative care directions. If you’re a runner, you may be wondering how wisdom teeth removal will impact your running schedule.

After your procedure, you should avoid your regular running routine for about a week. If you do wish to run, try to plan a light run that includes a longer warm up and a jog rather than a full-blown run. When you run, be sure you are not clenching your jaw and keep your posture upright.

Once a few weeks since your wisdom teeth removal have passed, you should be able to get back to your regular running routine. When you do so, remember to warm up, drink plenty of water, and stretch once you’ve completed your run. It’s also wise to focus on your core so that you can strengthen your abs and back and reduce stress on your neck, lower back, and jaw.

Since every patient’s wisdom teeth removal experience is different, you should wait until your dentist or oral surgeon has cleared you for exercise before resuming your running routine. If your wisdom teeth were non-impacted, you will likely be allowed to get back to running quickly. In the event they were impacted, your dentist or oral surgeon may advise you to wait a bit longer.

If you have further questions about running and wisdom tooth removal, don’t hesitate to contact Dr. Brett Wells of Wells Family Dental Group.

Ally Gonzales is the founder & editor-in-chief of RunningSoleGirl. Along with blogging she is also juggling attending college and majoring in Exercise and Sports Science with a Sports Management minor.

Guest Post: Safe Exercising After Plastic Surgery

Healthy lifestyle that’s consisted of wholesome nutrition and regular physical exercise, is taking the world by storm. However, some body and health issues, such as overly large breasts, cannot be corrected with healthy practices alone. A surgical procedure is then the most sensible solution.

In the post-operative period, people are usually anxious to return quickly to their normal exercise routine; which may interfere with the results and cause complications. This is why it’s wise to follow doctor’s instructions concerning the prescribed physical exertion in the recovery period.

For example, basic guidelines after any surgery involve minimal activity in the first 48 hours, and a low-cardio routine in the next few weeks, such as walking or super slow mode on the stationary bike or treadmill. Now let’s see how the workout plan differs for specific surgical procedures to help stay safe exercising after plastic surgery.

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Diana Smith is a full time mom of two beautiful girls interested in topics related to health and alternative medicine. In her free time she enjoys exercising and preparing healthy meals for her family.

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