The injuries seen in cases of SBS/AHT are caused by violent shaking and, in some cases, impact. This is due to the rapid and repeated acceleration and deceleration of the victim’s head whipping back and forth and side to side. Shaking injuries are not caused by casual or accidental handling of children. Shaking injuries require massive, violent force. One shake is all it takes to cause traumatic brain injuries in an infant.
answer: tell your parents first, and wait another couple of days. if it gets any worse, then you should call and ask. and you can always take pain meds if need be.
answer: the answer is d.
explanation: this is because when you exercise you make your muscle produce a certain liquid, that does not evaporate it. also when you exercise you do not reduce muscle fiber. and it does not really control your twitch that much.