Liposuction procedures are not that much invasive because you are almost guaranteed to return to work 1-2 days after your procedure. However, what is most important is that you should take the best care of yourself during recovery. It is a fact that most liposuction complications happened because of patients who fail to take the best care of their bodies during their recovery. For example, one should even know how to sleep after liposuction because it may affect the success rate of the procedures as well.
Liposuction requires good care during recovery. People should avoid exposing their skin to sunlight and water during the early days of recovery. If you want to enjoy your fit body without any trouble, you will need to follow the post-lipo instructions of your surgeon. Sleeping position is maybe the hardest thing when it comes to speaking of spending the recovery period.
If you want to wake up in the morning without any trouble, you should put your body into such a position that your surgical wounds will not be interrupted by environmental factors. The best position is where you sleep on your back and break your legs and put something like a pillow under your knees to support them. This is the healthiest sleeping position according to most experts. If your liposuctioned area allows you to sleep in this position, then it’s the best thing you can do about your body during your sleep.
It is also helpful that you put another pillow to prevent your body from turning other sides. All people have primary sides where their bodies tend to turn during sleep. If you block that way, you will force your body to stay still. You will not have to sleep like this if your surgical wounds have already started breeding scabs on them.