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What increases risk for whiplash?

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In brief: 1. being the driver

1. Riding a motor vehicle as a driver (drivers are more predisposed to have whip.
2. Not using head protector (head "rest")3. Sudden stops increase the risk of being hit from behind.4.Being female. From medical point of view:1. Subjacent musculoskeltal problem producing failure of reflex contraction of muscles (rheumatoid arthritis, cervical spondylosis, myopathy, neurodegenerative diseases, etc.

In brief: 1. being the driver

1. Riding a motor vehicle as a driver (drivers are more predisposed to have whip.
2. Not using head protector (head "rest")3. Sudden stops increase the risk of being hit from behind.4.Being female. From medical point of view:1. Subjacent musculoskeltal problem producing failure of reflex contraction of muscles (rheumatoid arthritis, cervical spondylosis, myopathy, neurodegenerative diseases, etc.
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