The most common element of a football game you have ever seen anywhere in the world, one of the leading football. It may be considered a defender to clear the ball from a corner or an aggressive player can put the ball in the target. Whether you are watching a Premier League match or a head amateur game, the ball is a big part of any sport.
There has always been a questionable relationship between football and brain damage during the game of football when some players took a ball over their heads. Today’s football is much lighter than those used in competitions such as the Premier League, with balls that were used 40 years ago. There is a clear, former career West Bromwich Albion striker Jeff Astle known during heavy football, which, in part, died of “industrial disease” due to great football during his career.
Don Estelle is approached by more than 400 families of former players with dementia, the daughter of Jeff Astle. This is a very serious football injury and dementia brain that can be highlighted.
A study group at the University of Glasgow has seen links between other Nurodijenerian diseases and dementia as well as football. In this study, 7676 deaths of former players went from 23000 people in the general public. Studies in 1900 and 1976 were born among all players and included played professional football in Scotland.
The study found that a comparison of the general population to a five-fold increased risk of Alzheimer’s disease among a group of former professional footballs. Motor neuron disease, which is a general term for a variety of neurodegenerative conditions, has a fourfold increase in risk among players in this study.
Initially, action to investigate football player insanity has been delayed, but studies at the University of Glasgow initiated by the Football Association and Professional Footballers Association and started in January 2018 Dr. Consultant Nuropatholojist Willie Mewart research and findings have led the way to said. “Factors that contribute to the increased risk because our data shows that the rate of dementia in former sportsmen, even other major diseases,” continues “before keeping their mortality low, thus identifying neurodegenerative disease while Every effort should be made to do. ” The risks allow this to be considered football playing a broad convalescence. “
Despite the preliminary findings of the research, many believe that this is only the beginning and that brain health requires a more detailed study to detect the effects of football.
FA President Greg Clarke said, “Before that, only our understanding is that it should understand the whole game and there are many questions that need to be fixed.”
PFA Chief Executive Officer Gordon Taylor said, “To identify risk factors and to reduce the research they should continue to answer more specific questions.”
But certainly, today players said that further research should focus on modern lightweight football in relation to brain injury donation is the most telling statement of progress. A spokesman for the charity said, “Having just identified the former relationship is awaiting study, there is no doubt as to how it will affect modern sports.”
The first step is to gain an understanding of the relationship between football and insanity research at the University of Glasgow.