Are you the kind of person who gets a thrill from extreme sports or risky activities? Do you crave the rush of adrenaline that comes from pushing your limits? If so, you might be an adrenaline junkie. Adrenaline junkies are a unique breed of thrill-seekers who crave the rush of adrenaline that comes from high-risk activities such as skydiving, bungee jumping, and extreme sports.
Did you know that approximately 1 in 5 people in the United States engage in some form of extreme or adventure sports? And, according to a study conducted by the American Journal of Sports Medicine, the number of extreme sports injuries has increased by 63% in the past decade.
Despite the risks, adrenaline junkies continue to push the limits, driven by the euphoria that comes with living life on the edge. But what drives these daredevils to seek out danger, and what are the consequences of their addiction?
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