Re. Recommendation to Have Bed Rest
Dear [Patient’s Name], according to the medical examination and clinical tests conducted on [date], it is recommended to the [mention the name of the patient] observe complete bed rest for a [mention the duration of the bed rest]. During this time, mind working in the office, on screens, i.e. on laptop, computer, or tabs. However, limited use of mobile phones for urgent calls could be allowed.
During this time, the patient is advised to stay at home and avoid any activities that can cause exertion or tiredness. However, a mild walk within the house can be done to avoid boredom and muscle soreness. You are advised to take good care of your gut health as the medication can cause a little disruption in the regular system of digestion. The medication can cause fatigue, muscle cramps, digestion problems, nausea, and headaches.
However, in case of extreme symptoms, you are advised to seek medical treatment immediately. Mild symptoms can be treated at home with home remedies and should not be taken very seriously. During this time, you can take time to unwind, read a little, listen to calming music, watch comedy shows to lighten up, or call your friends for heartwarming talks.
However, please avoid hectic chores at home like kitchen chores, mopping, or any other work like this. Also, avoid working from home for the office and reading for extensive hours. Any activity that puts exertion on your body and muscles is not appropriate for you during this period of bed rest.
Moreover, remember that bed rest does not imply complete immobility, you should keep light exercise and gentle walking part of your routine. During this time, you need to take a high-protein diet and plenty of water. For any kind of advice or suggestion, you can contact me at [phone number]. In case of emergency or any unprecedented issue, visit the nearest hospital immediately. Thank you.
Re. Doctor’s Recommendation for Bed Rest
To whom it may concern,
This letter serves as a recommendation letter for the [patient’s name] by his/her medical consultant [name of the doctor]. After the complete checkup, clinical tests, and medical treatment, the patient has been discharged from the hospital. Having kept the patient under observation for five days, the doctor has given the permission to discharge the patient with a medicinal and personal care prescription attached to the letter.
The doctor recommends that [patient’s name] take good care of her health and observe complete bed rest after getting discharged from the hospital. The minimum duration of the bed rest should be [mention the duration]. During this time, the patient should not visit the office or workplace and avoid any outdoor activity. Moreover, the patient should not sit for long hours or walk briskly.
However, it is to keep in mind that sheer immobility can cause headaches, nausea, and muscle soreness. To avoid any such unpleasant results, the patient should do gentle exercises like stretching or walking slowly. The patient should avoid staying under the sun for a long time as it can cause headaches or nausea.
During this bed rest, the patient should drink plenty of water, avoid the use of caffeine, and replace the consumption of hot beverages or soda drinks with fresh juice of fruits. The recommended diet includes fish, high-protein, and high-carb single-nutrient whole meals five times a day.
Other indoor activities like watching tv or relaxing that do not include exertion are allowed. The sole purpose of this bed rest is to get the wound to heal quickly and smoothly. Not complying with the recommended treatment would suspend the patient from the doctor’s supervision. You are required to visit the clinic after one week on [mention the date] at [mention the time]. We wish you a quick recovery, good health, and a lot of happiness. After all, a healthy life is a wealthy life.
In case of wound bleeding or any other urgency, visit your nearest hospital immediately.
Get Well Soon!
[Mention the Hospital]
Note: The letter of recommendation is valid as supporting evidence or legal document to be presented in the college, workplace, or court.