Gray Zone Warfare Healing
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How to heal every condition in Gray Zone Warfare

Patch yourself up.

No matter how careful you are in Gray Zone Warfare, you’re going to get shot. A lot. To prepare for the inevitable, you should stock up on medical supplies to treat any conditions that you become afflicted with after a deployment.

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No matter what you need, Lab Rat‘s your go-to girl for medical supplies and healing items in Gray Zone Warfare. She sells everything from Bandages to Splints to all factions for just a few dollars, so it’s worth buying in bulk just in case. These medical supplies are surprisingly versatile and can remedy multiple ailments, so there’s no harm in buying a bunch.

How Healing Works in Gray Zone Warfare

Gray Zone Warfare doesn’t have a traditional HP system like other shooters. Instead, there are four types of injuries that you can sustain after taking damage.

  • Wounds (Red)
  • Bruises (Purple)
  • Damaged Organs
  • Broken Bones

When you open the health menu in Gray Zone Warfare to assess your situation after a firefight, these are the things that you should be looking at. Mouse over the icons to see what exactly is ailing you and then apply the appropriate treatment to change the icon to green, indicating a treated wound. Treated wounds still take time to fully heal, so you’ll be stuck with certain debuffs for a few minutes even if you apply the correct medicine.

Gray Zone Warfare Wounds
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Blood loss also plays a large role in your health, so pay attention to your blood meter and use a Blood Bag if you need to quickly restore it. Blood naturally regenerates as long as your character is hydrated and fed, so drink water and eat some food after sustaining injuries to nurse yourself back to health.

How to Heal Every Ailment in Gray Zone Warfare

ConditionRemedy
HurtTreat wounds and then use Meloxicam or Ibalin.
In PainMeloxicam or Ibalin
ExhaustedStop sprinting and find somewhere safe to rest.
Out of BreathStop sprinting.
Disorientated
BleedingBandage or Tourniquet
Cramps
FaintingHeal all wounds and then refill Blood, Hydration, and Energy meters.
Dazed
FatiguedStop sprinting.
Sore ArmsStop shooting and rest your arms.
DizzyWater or Blood Bag
CoughingSuture Kit
Nauseous
Broken BoneSplint
Wounded OrganSuture Kit
InflammationMeloxicam or Ibalin
ComaSuture Kit

There are a ton of different conditions that you can become afflicted with in Gray Zone Warfare. Here are all the remedies that we know of so far! This guide will be updated as we become more familiar with life in Lamang.

Remember that healing doesn’t happen automatically when you return to your faction’s base camp in Gray Zone Warfare. You still need to use your personal healing supplies from your stash or purchase whatever you need from Lab Rat. If you find that medicine is a bit too expensive, then try completing tasks for Lab Rat to level up your vendor reputation.


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Currently serving as a Senior Staff Writer at PC Invasion, Diego Perez has been writing about video games since 2018, specializing in live service games like Destiny and Final Fantasy XIV. His work is featured at publications like Game Rant and Attack of the Fanboy (where he served as Associate Editor), but PC Invasion is home to his best work. When he's planning content or writing guides, he's yelling about Ape Escape or grinding Lost Sectors in Destiny. Plus, he has a Bachelor of Science in Telecommunication Media Studies for Texas A&M University.