Excess Sports Increases Risk Of Musculoskeletal Diseases | AIB
It is no secret that being fit is a mantra to lead the good life, people who work their body with greater intensity, follow specialized routines and are aware of the process they lead. However, this lifestyle, which warns you to have to take care of food and perform a constant physical activity, in abuse it can be harmful. To be more precise, excess sports may increase the risk of musculoskeletal diseases according to researchers.
Researchers explained that physical activity, both in excess and the lack, is associated with the deficit of joint mobility. Also, they pointed out that the increase in the incidence of musculoskeletal disorders (inflammatory or degenerative lesions in the musculoskeletal system, with articular, muscular, tendinous or neurological involvement) may be due to intense sports or poor technique when playing sports.
It is discouraging that people who take care of their fitness seriously, can damage their joints due to a possible lack of information about the technique and the care of their musculoskeletal system during sports practice. It is necessary to teach them how to do it to prevent new problems arising from their poor practice, they added.
The scientists also concluded that injuries mostly cause it to the bones, joints, muscles, tendons, ligaments, or nerves. Jerking movements can cause these, and it directly blows to the muscle. Mainly, Cervicalgia (neck pain) and low back pain, it affects women more than men. The analyzed women showed more pain than men, and the activities in which this pain occurs most are reading or watching television in the group Cervicalgia; Standing and sleeping in the low back pain, and bending down and sleeping in the knee pain, concluded the researchers.