what to do?
① general method:
put the index finger on the back of the finger, thumb on the belly of the finger, twist the ring back and forth until the ring is pulled out. Be careful not to pull hard. Your fingers will be congested and swollen, which makes it more difficult to take them off.
② use lubricant
there are many things in the home that can be used as lubricant, such as soap, detergent, Vaseline, hand cream, shampoo, butter, etc. it can help to take out the ring when applied on the finger.
③ Cold water method
uses the principle of heat expansion and cold contraction to soak fingers in cold water for a few minutes, and then slowly take out the ring.
4. Floss wrapping method
1. Floss (or cotton thread) through the ring. If necessary, use a needle or toothpick to help you wear it.
2. Floss your fingers until you get past your knuckles. Wrap it around your fingers, but not too tight or too loose.
3. Pull the floss through the ring and your ring will go out until you can take it off.
4. If the ring is only part of it, please repeat the above steps from the position of your ring.
Who shouldn’t wear a ring?
young children are curious about rings, steel rings and other things that are easy to put into their fingers. They have no foresight and precaution. Once they are put on their fingers, it is difficult to take them off. Don’t let them play with rings, gaskets and other things. In addition to avoiding hand jamming, they should also pay attention to avoid swallowing.
pregnancy reaction can lead to edema, making it difficult to take off the ring, for a long time, not only affect the blood circulation, but also may lead to local skin damage, bone necrosis and other serious consequences.
elderly people’s interphalangeal joints will proliferate, deform and hypertrophy, and the appropriate ring is relatively tight before; If you find it difficult to take it off, you should not wear it again. If you don’t take off the wedding ring for a long time, with the growth of age and the deformation of finger bones, it is easy to cause the ring to get stuck; Accidents;.