You might find that your appetite has diminished or that you are simply too exhausted to eat. Having said that, please be patient. Soon, your appetite will return to normal. We advise you to try taking modest, frequent meals throughout the day. For your body to heal and grow stronger, you need to eat right. We advise eating a diet high in protein and low in fat, cholesterol, and sodium. Among the best sources of protein include fish, eggs, dairy products, beans, and nuts. You should consume no more than 2,000 milligrammes of salt every day. Restaurant cuisine, soups, pizza, bacon, and other processed meats are examples of foods that are known to be rich in salt. Take regular breaks for rest between your everyday tasks, but try to avoid taking a nap for more than 20 minutes during the day. Take your painkillers around 30 minutes before going to bed if you are in pain. Place the cushions in a way that allows you to keep a comfortable posture and minimises muscle tension. Speak with your partner, spouse, or a close friend if you are feeling anxious or nervous. Get your worries out of your head. Avoid caffeine in the evenings, including that found in chocolate, coffee, tea, and sodas. Play soothing music or an audio programme that promotes guided imagery. Demand a back rub from your lover. Lie back in the shower. Establish a nightly ritual to signal to your body that it is time to wind down and sleep.