Wrestlers getting skin diseases from wrestling
As many people may know that this year wrestling has been very different when it comes to COVID-19 because their has been outbreaks of COVID-19 when wrestling this season. COVID-19 testing should be a priority for wrestlers before wrestling practice and after wrestling practice to make sure they didn’t catch COVID-19. Even this year when wrestling the face masks have been a problem because a lot of the kids don’t like wrestling with face masks because they get fatigued much more when wrestling.
Each wrestler can be affected differently about the spreading of herpes while wrestling because each wrestler might get it a different way. Wrestling in this day in age isn’t very safe because girls and boys aren’t having safe sex and then they wrestle against other boys that give other wrestlers herpes. If a wrestler doesn’t take care of your body you have a higher chance of getting herpes if the wrestler isn’t that careful. The wrestlers need to take a step and make sure they reducing the spread of skin disease to other wrestlers. Herpes is one of the diseases that is included with skin diseases from wrestling and close skin contact. This is seen throughout wrestlers who don’t take care of their bodies and make sure that they are periodically checked for any signs of herpes or to see if they have any other form of skin disease.
The studies that have been done so far on skin diseases in the sport of wrestling is that most importantly in wrestling have shown how not checking your skin effects other wrestlers as well. The flaw in their studies is showing how skin diseases truly affects a person because a wrestler could be living in incorrect way and not checking their skin before wrestling and after wrestling. They could be using the excuse of not checking their skin before wrestling or after wrestling because some kids want to look cool. The studies are inconclusive on their research of skin diseases in the sport of wrestling. This brings into question the effect the study as a whole is truthful on the finding that they have found. The study down in the New England Journal of Medicine was looking at the amount of wrestling camps that has outbreaks of herpes within the wrestlers. The studies state “ findings about outbreaks in a wrestling camp for high schoolers.”
Each wrestler has their own experiences with dealing with getting skin diseases from wrestling. Wrestling has always been viewed as a sport that you need to check your skin before and after wrestling. On the the other hand other wrestlers need to know that they have to do whatever it takes to be skin disease free. The extra push that they need to reach the next level of their wrestling. Wrestlers that have a great way of checking their skin before a wrestling match then they will radically reduce other wrestlers from getting skin diseases. The more you wrestle the more you may need to take a shower if you can do that you can reduce the spread of skin diseases. A wrestler who checks their skin will help other wrestlers from getting skin diseases in the future. In a study done by , Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report the study takes a look into how wrestling has high transmission when the wrestler is infected with COVID-19. According to the results of the study, they state, “Wrestlers who have COVID-19 , can increase the ability for other wrestlers to get COVID-19 and maybe it might start an outbreak.” When wrestlers can compete with a high level of self-confidence in their wrestling, their self-esteem will rise due to the wrestler being confident. Even teaching kids about the way to take care of your skin after your wrestling match. There are too many conclusions that a wrestler can reduce getting skin diseases by checking their skin. Lastly, the wrestlers have help out other wrestlers by educating them on skin diseases in the sport of wrestling.
In conclusion wrestling during this pandemic was really rough to wrestle during this pandemic because especially last spring there was virtual wrestling classes to stay in the groove. In conclusion wrestling during this pandemic was really rough to wrestle during this pandemic because especially last spring there was virtual wrestling classes to stay in the groove. Even kids who wanted to get back on the wrestling mat they couldn’t make it happen because of restrictions in the state in which they live in. On the other hand wrestling from home was different but we needed to make sure we were six feet away from our other wrestlers that we were practicing with.
As a Wrestler ,the most important thing you need to take care of is making sure that you don’t get skin diseases. A wrestler is affected by not checking their skin which can have a negative impact on other wrestlers. Athletes who wrestle have a higher chance of getting skin diseases because of the high contact sport. One wrestler may take this step and check their body before a wrestling match or a wrestling practice to make sure that they are clear to wrestle. For example, if two wrestlers are about to wrestle , one may have a skin disease and other one may not have a skin disease, where the other wrestler may let the other wrestler get sick because they didn’t know they had skin disease. This has happened to many wrestlers throughout their career. When looking at skin diseases , not everyone will experience it, but at some time we have to look at the different ways of how we check for skin diseases from wrestling. Some wrestlers may have underlying issues that lead them to have higher risk to get skin diseases than others. There are some wrestlers that are struggling to find out if they have skin diseases from wrestling or not.
Wrestling is one of those sports where if you are not confident in yourself, then you will not succeed. Wrestling is a sport where it’s you against on other kid and you have to try to pin them or other wise you lose. This is not true for all athletes; most sports are team sports but, this a most individual sport which it’s you and one other wrestler. When you have a bad wrestling match then you need to tell yourself that you can beat your opponent in a wrestling match. The negative thing about wrestling is that you lose weight and sometimes you lose so much weight in a week wrestling. Some wrestlers can turn their negative performances into watching clips to see what they did wrong in the wrestling match.
Recommendations for Best Disinfectant Practices to Reduce the Spread of Infection is by wiping the mat with disinfected wipes to get rid of bacteria on the mat to reduce skin diseases. Another way to reduce skin disease on the wrestling mat is by deep spraying the mat before and after wrestling practice. Even another thing that reduces skin in a wrestling match is deep clean the wrestling mats before and after wrestling competition. Wrestling bacteria and maintaining the wrestling mat takes a lot of work. On the other hand skin diseases in wrestling are reduced by cleaning the wrestling mat during the wrestling competition. Also, wrestlers can reduce skin diseases by cleaning their wrestling attire and the equipment used for wrestling.
When wrestling , there are different types of cleaning that must be done before and after a wrestling match. Wrestling mats can are normally cleaned during the weekends after practice and matches are all over. Some will say it wrestling mats are the most disgusting part of the wrestling equipment to take care of because they tend to have a lot of sweat on the mats. When a person is getting ready to wrestle, their adrenaline is so high that if it makes them happy, it is only inevitable that the wrestler will do well in his wrestling match because he is ready. Then there are some wrestlers that do not experience either of these things. Every wrestler is different from one another. With match jitters that correlate to competition is that, an athlete is faced with a challenge that is greater than what they expected it to be. This only comes out when the wrestler is dominating their opponent. Also, it depends how good he is at wrestling because their are scouts for wrestling.
According to Effectiveness of Body Wipes as an Adjunct to Reducing Skin Infections in High School Wrestlers is really important because it reduces skin diseases from wrestling. Some wrestlers have trouble reducing skin diseases from wrestling because the wrestlers touch each other a lot in wrestling practice and mostly in wrestling matches. For some wrestlers, this means that not all of the wrestlers will have a negative impact on their wrestling because of skin disease or cause someone else to get skin disease. Wrestlers taking the power to reduce skin diseases in wrestling is really important so that you don’t give it to the other wrestlers. On the other hand wrestlers need to make sure they are taking showers after wrestling practice and wrestling tournaments so that the bacteria on the body goes away.
In conclusion wrestling causes some of the wrestlers to have skin diseases and other skin infections. To help reduce the spread of wrestlers having skin disease is doing periodically body checks to make sure your skin is clear to wrestle. The more kids wrestle during the week with all the sweat and all that contact with other wrestlers increases you chances to get skin diseases for someone else. Wrestling is a tough sport and people to tell you it an easy sport they would be wrong because it’s you vs someone else who can be better than you in the sport of wrestling. On the other hand wrestling is a sport that is about strength and how muscular you are to takedown your opponent on the wrestling mat. Kid wrestlers have a hard time cutting weight because they eat a lot of junk food in the off season.
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