recovery from injury and/or performance

recovery from injury and/or performance
For the Fluid intake topic, provide an in depth review of the current literature and the issues that relates to the recovery from injury and/or performance.

Assignment Outcomes:
• Provide a concise but comprehensive background to the chosen topic and its importance in Sports Rehabilitation
• Analyse the current research in the chosen area and highlight the key issues that relate to recovery from performance and/or performance.

1. Background of chosen condition 20%
• Thorough description of topic
• Clear understanding of key aspects of chosen topic and the relevance to sports rehabilitation and/or performance

2. Critical Review & Key Issues 60%
• Detailed analysis of the chosen topic
• Critical review of current literature
• Clear outline of key current issues in the chosen topic
• Clear link to sports rehabilitation and/or performance practice

3. Conclusion 10%
• Thorough concluding statement
• Clear and well-structured summary of key points
• Demonstrates ability to review and apply knowledge gained in research

4. Overall impression (including referencing) 10%
• Demonstrates comprehensive knowledge of chosen topic area and implications to sports rehabilitation
• Correct referencing in line with college procedures

 
Structure of the essay-is made by me, however, I’m open at better suggestions.
Essay outline:
• Hydration for physiological and psychological function
• Dehydration
• Hyponatremia
• Composition of drinks
• Rehydration strategies

1.Functions of Water:
• Water body mass
• Water in blood – main constituent of blood plasma
• Transport oxygen via haemoglobin in red blood cells
• Transport nutrients-give e.g.
• Transport waste products-give e.g.
• Transport of medication and supplements-give e.g
• Delivery of hormones-give e.g
• Delivery of buffering agents-give e.g
• Thermoregulation i.e.
• Determinant of blood pressure (cardiovascular function) n.b.
2. Brain Function
• Brain controls thirst and water excretion from kidneys.
• Mental performance: attention and concentration
• Early signs: light-head, dizzy, irritable, headache.
• Dehydration: l body weigh toss
• More dehydrated, symptoms more severe: clumsiness, dim vision, exhaustion, delirium.
• 10+% loss can be life threatening.

3. Dehydration
• Loss of body fluids can stop you in your tracks long before your fuel reserves run low
• Inadequate amount of fluid in the body
• Symptoms of dehydration
• Thirst is not a good indicator of hydration status

4. Fluid requirements
• Temperate weather
• Hot weather

5. Fluid during exerciseHOW and WHY? Questions needs to be answered to the following bullet points
• Athletes sweat rate L/hour
• Hot environment athletes sweat rate L/hour
• Fluid intake much less than fluid loss, leads to voluntary dehydration
• Dehydration during exercise (how and why affects: blood volume, muscle and skin in exercise, oxygen, body temperature, heart rate
• Electrolyte loss influence: sweat; osmolality; concentration influenced by sweat rate, training state-acclimatisation; urine production

6. Dehydration and performance (running)-use table, figures, diagrams. HOW and WHY? Questions needs to be answered to the following bullet points
• Chronic dehydration-how affects: the body weight, running time, running speed, length of running
• Mild dehydration can affect the ability to make decisions and performance complex skills?
• Dehydration and different illnesses e.g of illnesses
• Dehydration can lead to life-threatening conditions

7. Effects of dehydration (use tables, charts and/or figures)
8. Recommendations for:
• Temperature (heat, cold)
• Exercise duration/intensity:
• Altitude
• Sweating
• Is it possible to provide specific individual guidelines?

9. Estimating level of hydration (use chart or tables)
• Monitoring urine volume output and colour
• Weighing before and after exercise (weight loss, weight gain)
• What ACSM recommend?

10. How is determining the percentage of body weight loss? (equation and example of how the equation is used)
11. Hyponatremia
• What is it?
• When is occurring?
• What is resulting from?
• What is making it worse?
• What are the causes of the hyponatremia?
• What damage can cause to the body/brain?
• Examples of recorded cases/sever cases in ultra-endurance athletes (how they’ve been affected and why?)
• Signs and symptoms

12. Composition of drinks/fluids (use charts and tables)
• Hypotonic
• Isotonic
• Hypertonic

13. When to drink and how much to drink?
• Before exercise
• During exercise
• After exercise
• How sodium can influence the fluid absorption?

14. Summary/Conclusion
15. Referencesneeds to be in a format of British Journal of Sports Medicine.

TO ORDER FOR THIS QUESTION OR A SIMILAR ONE, CLICK THE ORDER NOW BUTTON AND ON THE ORDER FORM, FILL ALL THE REQUIRED DETAILS THEN TRACE THE DISCOUNT CODE,
TYPE IT ON THE DISCOUNT BOX AND CLICK ON ‘USE CODE’ TO EFFECT YOUR DISCOUNT. THANK YOU

 

 

 

Posted in Uncategorized

Leave a Reply