Participation in sports can be detrimental because coaches are inexperienced and injuries hinder a young person's development. Many children are getting injured in playing sports. These injuries can cause brain damages. In America's Most Dangerous Football Is in the Pee-Wee Leagues, Not the NFL, many children are getting concussions in playing youth football. In Family Sues Pop Warner Over Suicide of Player Who Had Brain Disease ,A family of a football player committed suicide from brain disease caused by Youth Football. In Pop Warner Suspends Coaches After Concussions ,Two teams coaches were suspended for the cause of five concussions. All of these were as a result of youth football. Kids shouldn't be allowed to play in the youth tackle football.
Concussions get a bad wrap. Concussions are becoming a very relivent part of todays sports culture. People are going as far as quitting their sport due to just one concussion. These head injurys have become a very hot topic and are debated heavily when it comes to contact sports. Athletes and parents need to be aware of these injuries, and a tough protocol should be placed on the amount of concussions an athelete can have before they become ineligible to participate in sports. While playing a contact sport a concussion could cause brain damage, end a playing career, or alter a someones life for the worst.
There are estimated to be between 1.6 and 3.8 million sports related concussions in the United States every year (prevacious.com). Is there a way to stop this? Team doctors are responsible for the long term effects of concussions in football players. Most of the concussions are coming from football, the concussion rate is 64 to 76.8 and 33 percent of these injuries are happening in practiced and not in games (Headcasecpmpany.com). Most of these concussions are happening because they can 't defend themselves from the hard hits or the balls hitting them or just falling to the ground hard. Most of the concussions are coming from football.
Over 2 million children suffer concussions in sports every year. Many of these concussions go untreated and without proper treatment, these concussions can lead to serious health problems.Concussions are important because if they aren’t identified and treated it can lead to complications in an athlete’s life down the road, things like CTE can affect their mood and decisions later in life, possibly leading them to make choices they wouldn’t normally make like blowing their money, doing drugs, alcoholism and even committing suicide. People should be doing more to prevent and treat concussions in sports, specifically in football. Although people say that concussions are too hard to track and that the science is too new to rely on, symptoms of a concussion can be
Many athletes are injured every year. These injuries sometimes are career ending and ruin dreams of great players. In football alone there are nearly 15 concussions a season. This could cause major problems in the future for these athletes. After, the first concussion you could die if you get hit again.
It seems that every week players are getting injured and carted off the field and statistics show that concussions had risen 32 percent between the 2014-2015 seasons, that is 271 concussions in the 2015 season compared to 206 in 2014. There was also an increase of ACL and MCL injuries between the 2014-2015 seasons, although the change was not as drastic. These statistics from ESPN show that there might be a better way to play the game but the leagues and programs insist that the players know the risks of what they are doing. As hundreds of thousands of sports concussions continue to happen every year, the issue has gathered people who say that the leagues/programs should do more and others who say that concussions and getting injured are just
Concussions are a threat to long-term health. New precautions are being taken to diminish the traumatic effects in athletes. As much as there is against precautions being effective, new rules/ precautions are preventing and curing concussions; also leaving no long- The new treatments are curing concussions, and they are reducing the long-term effects according to “UPMC’s concussion program patients make a full, complete recovery.” (outsideonline.com ) “UPMC and a handful of other concussion clinics across the country have developed a battery of active therapies that challenge patients’ vision, balance, and concentration.” (outsideonline.com ) Some of the treatments include standing on one foot,
November 3, 2015 was an ordinary Friday night for the community of Sharon Springs, Kansas. Hundreds gathered at the high school football field to support their boys. Luke Schemm, a 17-year-old senior linebacker and running back was having a heck of a game. Late in the third quarter, Schemm ran 58 yards for his third touchdown. In the very next play, he received an outside pitch for a two-point conversion. During this play, he collided with another player in what appeared to be a shoulder-to-shoulder blow as he was crossing the goal line. However, the hit was much worse than originally thought. When he returned to the sideline he suddenly collapsed ref. The Centers for Disease Control and prevention estimates more than 300,000 sports-related concussions occur each year in the United States. Of those, around half are kids 18 years and younger ref. In 2015 alone, there was 13 deaths attributed to football and 9 of those had something to do with a head injury ref. The amount of concussions in high school athletes would be lowered if high schools would implement stricter athletic regulations, purchase high quality equipment, and require coaches to become certified not only in recognizing, but preventing head injuries.
America is obsessed with sports and competition, and one sport that signifies America is football. Today many professional football players across the country suffer from a common injury which is a concussion. This injury can threaten an athletics career and most of all permanently injure the brain. Former retired NFL players now deal with short term memory loss, and depression because of this brain injury. The increased amount of concussions in athletics today calls for more education on diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of traumatic brain injury.
Recent studies show that concussions are very common in every sport in today 's world and not a single person is doing a thing about the problem. Concussions should be taken very serious because if not they can become fatal if not treated right away. Concussions can also lead to ALS or CTE and CTE can lead to more fatal diseases. It 's hard for doctors to tell if you have any of these diseases until you start to show symptoms of any of the diseases. Once diagnosed with one of these diseases it 's just a matter of time of when your going to die. People do not just get these diseases in sports, you can also be diagnosed if your parents had it you would probably get it too. Doctors and NFL and high sports are also taking action in these diseases to help prevent it from claiming more lives. Millions go into researching and help people who already have this disease.
When it comes to public health there are many controversies out there. Most of which are due to politics and money. Some of these battles are fought for the good and others are fought for the not so good but one thing is for certain. They will result in change. Today, I am going to look at the controversies that surround concussions in sports and prescription drug abuse. We will look at the battles that have been waged or are still going on and the reason for them.
The brain is a soft organ surrounded by spinal fluid to protect it from slamming into the skull. But if you are hit hard enough, the brain will hit the skull causing a concussion. A concussion is a type of traumatic brain injury that is caused by a blow to the head or body, fall, or another injury that jars or shakes the brain. Brains are like gelatin and the skull protects it from every day bumps and jolts; a violent blow could cause the brain to slide back and forth against the walls of the skull. In sports, concussions happen more often in contact sports such as football, but women get concussed more easily than men. Other common ways to get a concussion are fights, falls, playground injuries, car crashes, and bike accidents.
The seriousness of sports related concussions have been brought to the forefront in recent years. New concussion legislation along with new rules and regulations have been implemented around the country. In effort to reduce the amount of concussions greater awareness, action plans, and policies have been put in place for many sports--especially contact sports such as football. However, despite these actions the amount of sports related concussions have not seen a significant decrease.
To decrease the number of concussions a year the National Football League must issue more rules and better quality equipment. Despite the tackling and wanting to " knock out " an opponent of the other team, football players need to transition their mindsets to a different objective. Instead of wanting to hurt the opponent or lay them out, just focus on getting them down. Football players must have the mindset to keep their healthy bodies and prevent injuries so that they can continue to entertain, perform, but to mostly importantly win. Football without concussions and even injuries can make the sport more enjoyable for the parent, wives, and children of the players. Although football is a contact sport, if the players changed