Finally, vacations. This is the time when you no longer have to backpack to school every day. This is the time you can relax in your flip flops and enjoy ice cream without worrying about the day. You should follow the advice of some of the most respected professionals in Granada if you want September to be a good one. You can't go wrong when elite athletes, Olympic athletes, and First Division soccer players place their feet, their food, and their mental ability in their own hands.
Jose Antonio Guarnido is a podiatrist in Churriana de la Vega. He treats Olympic athletes from Latin America and First Division soccer players. He can treat a variety of ailments, with specific treatments depending on the case. Perhaps this is why he has been most interested in the barrage of children who have been injured this season. What are the causes? His opinion: The rush to get activity back after confinement.
The heel is the most common injury I've seen in this year. The Sever is located in the area where the Achilles tendon is placed. He calls it apophysitis.
Jose Antonio Guarnido is a podiatrist for professional athletes.
Guarnido has seen children come to see very concerned parents. They tell me that their children have been playing a lot of games and that the structure is too soft. This causes tension and imbalances. Young children as young as 14 years old are suffering from a pain in their heel. Poor sports planning, especially in soccer and jumpers.
Many base athletes were treated during school, but many of these conditions are not available in summer. We can also do the treatments at the beach, just like we let go of many obligations. It's as if myopia is a condition in which I can see clearly, but I don't need my glasses. It's the same. Do not wear flip-flops if you have insoles. What are the worst summer activities? It is time to get rid of papillomas. These plantar warts are common in swimming pools. Both for children and adults. What can we do? There are many neoprene boots that you like, but you don't want to be without them. However, infections can be caused by heat, humidity, and the agglomeration people. Fungi, microbiotic imbalances, and skin infections are almost inevitable. "Lice in schools is a good example of this," warns the 'Maestro.
Skin burns are another common symptom of summer. How common are flip-flop 'pachangas' and how damaging do they cause? I have burns on my sole, side and nails. We are not Brazilians. Because it's winter here, the Western European doesn't have the skin to handle these things. In the chapter on burns, "You must apply cream to the palms and feet!" Although it sounds absurd, this is one of your most sensitive parts of your body.
1. Allow your body to rest for at least two weeks before you can start setting up schedules.
2. Take it slow. Your body must adapt to the new year's cycle.
3. Healthy eating is key. Enjoy the season for ice creams and gazpachos.
4. Communicate with family members and friends. Don't leave your mobile phone unattended.
5. Caution. Summer is a time for freedom. But not all things are possible.
Sebastian Diaz is a nutritionist and goalkeeper at Churriana de la Vega. Many of his colleagues have come to trust his advice about following his diet. In summer heat can cause our bodies to lose more water and high temperatures can lead to dehydration. You need to drink more water, but if you feel tired, you can eat fruits high in water like watermelon, cherries and pineapple. We can also eat them as skewers, gazpachos and granitas. The pulp is what the fruit stores the most fiber and vitamins. Even if there is no fiber, the body will absorb more sugars, and this can lead to chronic diseases. He advises that "if you blend the fruit, it'll fill us up more" and we will consume all of its vitamins and fiber, with less sugars.
It is important to eat light and nutritious summer food, such as cold soups and raw vegetables.
While a nutritionist may not need to eat a specific number of meals each day, it is better to have more than one meal per day. He explains that this will prevent the feeling of heat-related heaviness. It is okay to not force the child to eat breakfast. If he isn't used to it, we can wait until he gets up. Diaz says that summer meals are not a loss of quality and are as balanced as they were throughout the year.
Gastroenteritis is a very common condition in summer. High temperatures make it necessary to keep food in the fridge during summer. The dietician suggests that meat and eggs should be cooked thoroughly, and that sauces are avoided.
David Aguilar, a psychologist at Mentalis Rondasalud, has seen a significant uptake in learning disorders and behavioral disorders in this center.
According to the expert, when the pandemic broke out, there were more rules and less routines. "That is why it took a little longer for them to resume during the course." He adds that "Now, I would say that we have reached a normalcy regarding these types of learning disorders."
In a physiotherapy session, the captain of Arenas de Armilla.
Mentalis has examined a rise in behavioral disorders after the worst time of the pandemic. This may have been due to "coexistence with parents", which was deteriorated when they were kept in confinement. He stresses that the adolescents have "accused him more."
The psychologist suggests that you continue this summer with good sleeping habits and healthy eating habits. Plan your rest, activities, leisure, and time with your family. It is impossible to live a full life with no schedule and you cannot relate solely from your phone. He urges that you encourage contact with loved ones, particularly your family.
"In September, we will be faced with learning difficulties, adaptation problems, and the desire to join the school or institute. He also reviews the effects of drug use, including summer rebounding. Talking to your children about drug abuse is the best way to prevent it. Brain damage, depression, and psychotic break are all possible side effects of cannabis. It is important to communicate this information clearly with your children.
As September approaches, the school year begins to become routine. Get up when it is convenient for you to attend classes. To enjoy summer, get involved in as many activities with your family as you can. The expert reiterates that it is important to respect the space of each person and limit the use of technology.
The number of injuries outside of the season is very low. This is because it is common for athletes who are most active in their sport to spend their vacations treating injuries suffered during competition. at the knee and ankle.
Muscle tears and tendinopathies are common after vacation. This is usually due to poor preparation for the competitive break or not being ready for the intensity of preseason training. Manuel Dorador, Ogisalud's physiotherapist for soccer players, sees it this way. Dorador warns against prolonged absolute rest and bad eating habits. To return to preseason at a healthy pace, we need to "dedicate the time necessary to rest from competitive strain." I suggest a few weeksAnd offer a preseason plan according the athlete's goals and tastes. This will help us avoid injury after the holidays.