What Are Injuries Affect Athletes Later In Life?

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How injuries affect athletes later in life? Athletes in the U.S.A are getting concussions and having broken bones and it affects their way of life. There are approximately 1.7 million brain injuries. The highest rate of reported concussions in the NCAA is in women’s hockey at .90 per 1,000 athletes. According to Melissa Romero at www.washingtonian.com/well being/health/ten-facts-you-should-know-about-concussions. A girl that was making straight A’s had suffered 3 concussions in an year is now making Ds. After having a concussion you may lose your vision, start to vomit, and fatigue. Boy’s soccer and Girls volleyball have a high rate of concussions and different injuries. Females take longer to heal from an injury then males but males suffer concussions the most.…show more content…
You will get an injurie in any sport due to contact. A concussion is a traumatic brain injury. A concussion occurs when hit in the head and it causes your brain to hit against your skull. Another worst injury that I think affects athletes in life the most is arthritis. Arthritis is caused by a reduction in the normal amount of cartilage tissue through wear and tear throughout life, such as osteoarthritis. When you have arthritis you have pain, and swelling and can barely move your joints. If a child breaks his or her bone it might grow improper. Another site involving my question is www.liverpooltraining.com / injuries-can-affect-athletes. Some injuries can have a long term affect for years. If an injury is untreated it might lead to an affect to were you will not be able to walk again. A concussion doesn’t really make you lose consciousness. If you have 2 or more concussions the damage can be

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