Sports injuries: how to cope psychologically?

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hello to all today in thisshort article I will tell you about thedifficulties that can be encounteredduring a sports injuryregardless of the sport you practicethe experience you have in yoursport or even the level at which youpractice yoursport injuries are simplyinevitable in sport whether you arean amateur sportsman who likes to run onSunday mornings an amateurcompetitive athlete or even ahigh level athleteeveryone can suffer an injuryas we all know Injured athletesare confronted with problemsrelated in particular topainful and unpleasant physical repercussionsbut also to other obstacles such asrepetitive and sometimes painful rehabilitation exercises.hisself and injured people tend toexperience manypsychological reactions ndifferent indeed injured people canexperience manynegative reactions of an emotional andbehavioral and cognitive nature onan emotional level injured athletescan experience frustrationsadness and depressionon a behavioral levelinjured people tend to belooking for social support

being overlycautious and not adhering tothe rehab program andfinally cognitivelythey may not only feelisolated from their team but alsohave low self esteem but letme tell you something thingsports injuries are notalways seriousa common mistake that peoplemake is to think that when you sufferan injuryit is only negativewhen this experience has broughtmany positive things togive you some examples asports injury to cause a person to enjoy things he didnot previouslyenjoy becoming more aware of theirlimitations is to no longer considerthemselves to be to be had is to learn todevelop new skillssuch as time management andgoal setting and theseare skills which can beexploited outside of sport and finallysports injuries canalso build characterself-confidence and resilience ofpeoplebut so why do we react in ourwaysso there are several reasonswhy sports people and athletescan feeling that way wheninjuredan athlete’s personal factorsso for example their personality theirage the type and severity of theirinjuries and the factors outsideof an athlete’s so for example typeand level of their sport influences theway a perceive their injuriesso that is to say that at least theyrespond collectivelythese will therefore influence s in turnhow they will reactemotionally which willaffect how theywill react behaviorallyand so all of these factors combinedwhether positive or negative will determinethe outcome ofthe injured athlete’s recoverybut be sure you there are differentpsychosocial strategies that athletescan learn practiced is appliedto themselves to better manage andcope with their injuriesyou are probably wonderingpsychosocial,

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but what does it mean don’t worry it’s just mytype of intervention thatsports psychologists use here are someexamples of these strategiesso we find there the definitionof objectives the positive dialoguethe mental imagery and thewritten disclosure of the emotionsagain you areprobably wondering but what he is talking about Iunderstand that this technique thenseemed a bit daunting but withproper support and guidancethey can be extremely effective and ifyou want to know more about thesetechniquesdo not hesitate to consult the article onmy blog and in general if youwant to know more about the impact thatsports injuries can have on themindabove.

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