Suffering from injuries due to overtraining can not only happen to athletes and regular gym goers. Anyone has the ability to overdo it at the gym. Overtraining is also more than just a onetime intense workout. You may recognize overtraining by its pattern that consists of an imbalance split between the amounts of time one exercises to the amount of time one rests. The biggest signs of overtraining are sprained ankles or knees, while other include chronic joint pain, frequent illness, excess weight loss, fatigue, etc.
In addition to physical side effects, overtraining may also have mental and psychological effects probably due to loss of sleep and appetite. Signs overtraining may be effecting you mentally include depression, anxiety, and lost enthusiasm.
How to Avoid the Dangers of Overtraining