overexertion


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Related to overexertion: overcompensation

o·ver·ex·ert

 (ō′vər-ĭg-zûrt′)
tr.v. o·ver·ex·ert·ed, o·ver·ex·ert·ing, o·ver·ex·erts
To exert (oneself) too much; overtax.

o′ver·ex·er′tion n.

overexertion

(ˌəʊvərɪɡˈzɜːʃən)
n
an excessive exertion
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.overexertion - excessive exertion; so much exertion that discomfort or injury results
elbow grease, exertion, effort, travail, sweat - use of physical or mental energy; hard work; "he got an A for effort"; "they managed only with great exertion"
Translations

overexertion

[ˌəʊvərɪgˈzɜːʃən] N (= effort) → esfuerzo m excesivo; (= weariness) → fatiga f, agotamiento m

overexertion

[ˌəʊvərɪgˈzɜːrʃən] nsurmenage m

overexertion

[ˌəʊvrɪgˈzɜːʃn] niperaffaticamento, surmenage m inv

overexertion

n esfuerzo excesivo
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Among private sector workers, the greatest number of injuries or illnesses requiring days away from work were caused by overexertion and bodily reaction, by contact with an object or piece of equipment, and by falls, trips and slips.
Avoid overexertion and include rest in your travel plans.
Though the pain of his amputated leg has spiked from overexertion brought on in part by his reworking of the Historic Natchez Tableaux, Iles bounds upstairs through the city auditorium audience to discover why the microphone of a singer isn't on.
For delivery drivers, 13 percent of the injuries and illnesses were due to transportation incidents, which trailed overexertion and bodily reaction (41 percent); falls, slips, and trips (23 percent); and contact with object or equipment (19 percent).
The product provides an important safety measure for those with physical restrictions and limited mobility by eliminating any overexertion that may result from attempting to sit on or stand up from a toilet.
To prevent overexertion, Salvatto keeps her off-day routine simple.
Major finding: After 2 years, the primary outcome was developing mobility disability -- losing the ability to walk 400 meters within 15 minutes at the usual pace, without overexertion and without assistance.
London, June 11 ( ANI ): A new study has revealed the hypothetical mechanism behind heart attack caused by stress, emotional shock, or overexertion.
Basically, in most repetitive injuries you see, the major cause is overexertion caused by excessive forces, vibrating forces, mechanical compression, or sustained or awkward postures," says physical therapist and ergonomist Laurie Macchello of Beacon Occupational Health & Safety Services.
The majority of these injuries are a result of straining and overexertion while ambulating, repositioning, turning and transferring patients from stretcher to bed or bed to wheelchair.
The majority of injuries were due to assaults and violent acts, followed by overexertion, and contact with dangerous objects and equipment;
Overexertion and being struck by an object or equipment were about even in second and third place.