Physically and perhaps even, mentally active people have a tendency to be injured a lot more often than deskbound office workers or sedentary men and women who enjoy nothing more than to sit on their couches for hours on end, feasting on their home entertainment centers. But medical practitioners and health and wellness exponents could have other ideas and wish to debate this. To be quite honest with you, they would have a sound argument.
Here is just one example. Because sedentary people are so much more less inclined to be physically active, they could be more at risk to injure themselves. Their bodies are not accustomed to moving about and, unlike serious-minded sportsmen and women, the thought of stretching their muscles and limbs before taking their dogs for a rare walk never entered their minds. The muscles are still cold and just a gentle tug in a critical but rarely used area of the body could expire into spasms of pain.
The argument that sportsmen and women and physically active workers, construction workers would be a good example, may be more susceptible to injuries than inactive folks is also sound. That is surely a logical explanation and should require no further explanation. When you injure yourself seriously, it is usual to undergo treatment and recuperation. A bandage may be required around the injured area. But a bandage protector should be worn at all times should the physically active man or woman insist on being, well, physically active.
While sportsmen and women should rest up, physically active workers may have no other alternative. While they still need to tread very lightly indeed whilst on the construction site, they can at least protect their injury by wearing the bandage protector at all times.