On WebMD they state that “Bruising easily does not mean that you have a serious health problem, especially if bruising is minimal or only shows up once in a while.
Women bruise more easily than men, especially from minor injuries on the thighs, buttocks, and upper arms.”
There are times though when bruises can signify an underlying health condition that needs to be addressed – especially those bruises that seem to appear for no reason at all and won’t go away or if you bruise easily and frequently.
In such cases, you should consult your physician for a diagnosis and possible treatment.
Everyday bruises, on the other hand, are usually simply annoying. Some people that bruise too easily, but are generally healthy, have found that they may be deficient in Vitamin C.
Reader’s Digest has a few tips in this article that you can apply at home such as applying ice, followed by a heating pad, wrapping elastic bandages around arm or leg bruises to prevent blood vessels from leaking, or applying fresh parsley leaves crushed and spread over the bruise, etc.
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