Saturday, December 20, 2008

Headbanging dangers

Several newspapers have covered a story warning of the dangers of headbanging. The Daily Telegraph said that it can “cause whiplash and stroke at tempos above 130 beats per minute”. The Daily Mail reports that headbanging, which involves “violently rocking your head back and forth to loud music” is not only silly but also dangerous. It said a study on the subject has found that the faster a song is the greater chance of a neck injury.
Headbanging dangers
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