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America loves sports. But the good news, we’re no longer satisfied in the passive role of an observer. More and more Americans are actively participating in various kinds of athletic activities. It’s easy to spot in parks and in the neighborhood – people are running, biking, rollerblading, Nordic walking, playing basketball and football… The era of the couch potato is coming to an end. It seems like we’re finally realizing that physical activity is the absolute best way to maintain a healthy body and mind (especially since physical activity stimulates the production of endorphins – aka ‘the happiness hormone’ – and has proven to be of great help in addressing symptoms of depression).

The benefits of exercising on a regular basis are numerous: better cardiovascular health, better posture, stronger bones and muscles, better immunity, better mood – just to name a few. But exercising doesn’t come without any risk. We often hear about different injuries that can not only be painful but also prevent a person from maintaining their active lifestyle, forcing them to withdraw from physical activity for a period of time. Can those injuries be prevented? Are there ways we can protect our bones and joints from getting hurt? Of course we can – in fact, taking proper preventive measures can reduce the risk of an injury to minimum. In this article, you will find out the best ways to keep your joints injury-proof – keep on reading!

 

Would you like to find out more? Click the link below:

http://ortho-surgeon.com/playing-sports-this-is-what-you-need-to-do-to-protect-your-joints/

 


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