Is It Possible to Be Too Flexible?

Will you really be much flexible? Well, it depends. A few people are just bendier than others. Flexibility, in general, comes down to the range of motion of your joints and the elasticity of your muscles and connective tissues. Your muscles and some connective tissues are moldable if you stretch more often. So, it’s not really an awful thing to be, say, a yogi who is turning out to be more flexible if you’ve been working at your adaptability securely.

However, joints are balanced out by ligaments and tendons, both of which are not extremely flexible and can get to be distinctly harmed on the off chance that you overstretch them. On the off chance that you attempt to compel ligaments and tendons past their scope of movement, the joint has less and less support and gets to be distinctly insecure, which can prompt to damage. One sign that you’re putting an excess of weight on a joint while extending (and, thus, conceivably overstretching the encompassing backing) is if there is any sensation—torment, snugness—inside the joint itself.

A few people have hypermobile joints which are natural and which may put them at a long term danger of arthritic changes due to wear and tear on the cartilage. If you’re hyperextended, it’s critical to quality prepare to develop the muscles encompassing your joints, with a specific end goal to stabilize them.

In uncommon cases, hypermobility can be a sign of Ehlers-Danlos disorder, a gathering of acquired issue that influences the connective tissues. The severe types of Ehlers-Danlos disease can debilitate the aorta and the supply routes to the kidneys and spleen—so if you’re encountering side effects (others incorporate clear or stretchy skin or skin that wounds efficiently or doesn’t appear to mend appropriately after a cut), you should get looked at by an MD.

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