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If you look at your daily activities, you notice that you need a lot of wrist movements. Also during exercise, the wrist is extensively used. The vast majority of problems and wrist injuries are caused by sports activities.
Wrist injuries are usually painful and often prevents you from doing sports, but they also have a significant impact on your daily activities. With a wrist injury, the most obvious movements such as turning a key or open a bottle become very difficult.
In many cases of injuries of the wrist, it’s broken or sprained the wrist, but the cuts of nerves and dislocations of the wrist are also common wrist injuries. Do you have another wrist injury? Ask your doctor for diagnosis and appropriate treatment. Read the rest of this entry »
Playing sports intelligently
Nobody doubts playing sports is good for health. The list of benefits is long: sport is good for your fitness and your memory, it promotes blood circulation in the organs, muscles and joints and reduces the risk of cardiovascular disease, obesity and diabetes,
For many people, sports is just a fun way to relax, and benefits are a nice bonus.
The sport can be good for you but if one day you are injured, it can cause serious consequences. If you experience severe pain after a fall or a bad move, it probably means that something is wrong. There may be no visible injuries but you still suffer significant pain or stiffness. Generally, complaints are the result of repeated overloading of muscles and joints. Read the rest of this entry »
In terms of dorsal injuries, damage to the spinal cord has the maximum risk, ie a risk of paralysis. These injuries result from direct or indirect impact may affect the entire spine, the risks become significant.
The first signs of damage to the spine are:
First and foremost, the circumstances of the accident (direct blow, sudden bending or twisting,);
The pain is felt at the achievement, or remotely;
Pain during movement. Read the rest of this entry »
Here are the main causes of injury:
- A race meeting overloaded
- Some runners enslave races. You have to listen to his body and give a test.
- Too abrupt a change in training
- Do not suddenly increase the mileage of over 15% per week, install bearings and spare your joints.
- A training ground traumatic
- Prefers soft soil (clay) or path. Do not run too often on the pavement or sidewalks.
- Ill-fitting footwear
- As running is a sport focused, it is excellent shoe, perfectly adapted to absorb shocks. Take some advice from a dealer. You can examine your old shoes to find suitable shoes for your stride. Read the rest of this entry »
The first aid, emergency treatment measures are applied to victims of accident or sudden illness to have special treatment. The purpose of first aid is to relieve pain and anxiety of injury or illness and prevent the worsening of their condition. In extreme cases are necessary to prevent death until you get medical care.
First aid varies according to the needs of the victim and according to the rescuer’s knowledge. Knowing what not to do is as important as knowing what to do because a therapeutic misapplied can cause serious complications. For example, acute appendicitis a mild laxative may endanger the patients life. Read the rest of this entry »