Sports injury treatment and weightlifting
Prevention is better than cure, prevent sports injuries and weight lifting for a good warm-up before exercise and use the correct form and techniques of weight lifting.
Many of you who have followed my articles know that I am a strong advocate of injury to avoid serious weight lifting constantly emphasizing good warm, using a form appropriate techniques for lifting weights at the gym. Well, if you think I am a long-term Nagg, then this article, though still on weightlifting injury, and is not to be taken to prevent these injuries, but to treat injuries already incurred.
This article focus on the immediate first aid treatment will have to recover from an injury caused by lifting weights. On the assumption that the injuries are very serious requiring immediate medical attention.
Well, sometimes weightlifting exercises wrong. But how know when is a good or bad bad bad?
The pain tends to occur just after a workout and feels like dull pain in the muscles or commonly called "Delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS). This type of pain usually means you worked in this particular muscle is strong enough and a response the effectiveness of their training weight lifting, but not necessarily always the case.
badly wrong, which usually means an injury, acute pain and pain is generally a specific place, like a specific joint or muscle up. It usually begins as a feeling of discomfort felt will disappear. The next thing you know, is full of pain! Oh, what next?
Edit | Gym with injuries "RICE"
The acroynym Rice for the general treatment of minor injuries weightlifting, such as sprains, joint pain, tendonitis, pulled ligaments, etc.
R = rest
I = Ice
C = Compression
E = Elevation
Rest – Avoid all activities that aggravate your injury. You may even need to skip your workout to the gym a couple of weeks. The rest can mean the difference between a long recuperation (and possibly procedures invasive medical) or only a few days or weeks of rest.
Ice – Ice helps reduce swelling by restricting blood flow. 15 to 20 minutes three to four times per day is recommended until the pain remains.
Compression – Press on the site of the injury to help reduce swelling. You want to wrap a bandage or towel well enough to feel some pressure, but not enough to cause numbness or affecting the circulation.
Elevation – Elevate the injured area to reduce swelling.
Your condition should improve, "RICE" treatment. Over time, you should see results within 20 minutes of treatment. However, if pain persists or worsens for time to consult your doctor or sports physician as your condition may be worse than what actually meets the eye.
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