Exercise, 5 parts of the female body are more likely to be injured
It is generally believed that women are better than men.
But during exercise, women have five parts of their bodies that are more susceptible to injury.
Top and top.
Women’s skin muscles and upper limb muscles are underdeveloped and often suffer from anxiety damage, which makes muscles more likely to be in a tense state, resulting in injuries to upper limbs.
You can improve the condition of these areas by practicing yoga or Pilates.
Typing the keyboard, playing a handheld computer, and texting can all cause wrist pain.
Female friends should pay attention to rest their wrists and try to use telephone instead of email.
Try to keep your hands in a natural position and properly move your wrists, which will help the health of the wrist joints.
This is a very fragile area.
Especially when you need to sit in the office all day, your core muscles are loose, but your tendons are often tense, and your back becomes very fragile.
When exercising, you can do more leg exercises and less twist movements to reduce the pressure on the lower back.
There are many reasons why women are more likely to be obese due to obesity: they often wear high heels, too many stairs, flat feet, leg disability and so on.
In the case of a fractured injury, consult an orthopaedic or sports medicine specialist in time to help you relieve the pain.
Choosing to wear high heels or flat shoes has a great impact on the health of the heel.
When you wear high heels, the Achilles tendon is easily injured; when you wear flat shoes, there is no such problem.
It is recommended that when conditions permit, wear less high heels and ensure that each pair of shoes has sufficient cushioning capacity.
If you feel unwell, you need timely treatment. The specific measures include rest, ice, massage, and lifting your foot.
Never compress the injured area.
If the pain keeps getting worse, and you can’t even sleep, the situation is worse, you must go to the emergency room of the hospital as soon as possible for treatment.
In addition, if the condition does not improve after 72 hours of use, or if the pain persists for a week and does not resolve, go to the hospital immediately.
After the injury, the chance of re-injury is still very high. Therefore, the replacement is too urgent when resuming exercise, and the amount of exercise is equivalent to half of the usual amount.
In addition, after 3-4 weeks of recovery exercise, you need to go to the hospital for a complete rehabilitation check.