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Mellaril (Thioridazine Hydrochloride)

No discussion, however brief, on the prevention of sports injuries would be adequate without some discussion of the importance of protective equipment. The introduction of protective sports glasses, for example, in squash and handball have exponentially reduced the risk of injuries to the eyes of players.
The mouthguard has similarly proven itself to be an invaluable protective aid, particularly for all athletes involved in contact sports. Mouthguards not only decrease the risk of dental injury, but also serve to protect the jaws from over-impacting and in turn reduce the incidence and the severity of concussion.
The risk of concussion could also be reduced if helmets were worn in those sports where forceful contact either with one’s opponent or with the equipment used in the game (e.g. cricket bat, ice-hockey puck, even a goalpost) is likely. Shin pads, knee pads, genital protectors, masks and gloves, to name only a few of the array of protective devices available, may all serve useful purposes in helping athletes to avoid unnecessary pain and injury. Note that these very items can also be used covertly to debilitate one’s opponents, thus ironically increasing the risk of injury to other players and possibly to oneself. For this reason, the use of protective clothing, including wraps, needs to be carefully monitored.
The wearing of rings or earrings, or long fingernails, can prove dangerous not only to the athlete wearing them, but also to all competitors with whom the athlete may be in contact. Protective strapping can provide a helpful way of offering support for a recent injury or recurrent injury, but can become a liability if relied upon as a substitute for the rehabilitative exercise that such injuries deserve.
The clothes you wear should themselves be suited to the temperature and the type of sport being played. Just as dehydration can easily result if you are dressed too warmly for strenuous activity in hot weather, muscles and connective tissue injuries can occur if you are not dressed warmly enough on cold days.
Finally, don’t neglect the contribution which footwear can play in reducing the risk of sporting injuries. Different footwear is now specially designed for different sports, but in general you should make certain that your shoes provide adequate arch and. Achilles support. The heel counter should be firm and the mid-sole should be flexible.

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