If you've ever been in a car accident, you likely sustained some type of injury.
Even the most insignificant fender benders can cause some type of damage to your body.
Luckily, most of them aren't serious, but the damage has still been done.
Sometimes you think you've escaped without injury, but hours, or even days later you start developing symptoms that you haven't noticed up until that point.
That's why it's always important to seek medical attention after an accident, no matter how you feel.
When you're involved in an accident, your endorphins and the flow of adrenaline can prevent you from feeling any pain immediately after the fact.
Serious injuries can go undetected until the body has had a chance to return to its normal state.
One of the most common injuries you can sustain during your accident, that can also go unnoticed, is whiplash.
Whiplash frequently occurs in car accidents because of the sudden impact that accompanies them.
Most people think whiplash only affects your neck.
It does affect your neck, but it can also affect you in many more ways.
In the article below we will learn about whiplash, and how it affects your body.