There’s no denying that sports are a useful means of getting physical activity that helps us stay healthy by lowering stress, controlling weight, boosting self-esteem, strengthening immunity, teaching discipline, and inculcating problem-solving skills. Unfortunately, injuries are a relatively common outcome associated with playing sports. Injuries can be devastating for an athlete, and although the physical consequences are most noticeable, the emotional and psychological effects often go unnoticed.
Some of the most common physical injuries are ankle sprain, hamstring sprain, knee injury, groin pull, and tennis elbow. On the other hand, emotional effects associated with sports injuries can include depression, anxiety, substance abuse, eating disorders, etc. When you are experiencing prolonged pain after participating in a sports activity, it’s critical to slow down and listen to your body. Injuries often become aggravated when you don’t pay attention to warning signs. Here we take a look at some of the best ways to cope with nagging sports injuries.Read More