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Bungee jumping is an action-packed recreational sport that includes individuals jumping head-first from a towering structure while wearing an elastic cord around their feet. A building, crane, bridge, or even a helicopter might be considered a towering structure.

When a person jumps, the cord extends, and the jumper goes upwards again as the cord recoils, bouncing up and down until all of the kinetic energy has been spent. The most crucial part of bungee jumping is being able to gather enough courage to do it. Also, there are precautions to take for security purposes. Bungee jumping may have health risks for people who are overweight or with injuries. Pregnant women, people with heart problems and high blood pressure are not advised to do bungee jumping.

On April 1, 1979, the first modernized bungee jump took place from the 250-foot Clifton Suspension Bridge in Bristol, England. Bungee jumping might also lead to some serious injuries which can be split into two categories: those that occur after jumping as a result of an equipment failure or traumatic event, and those that occur despite safety precautions. Bungee jumping has also been linked to a rise in stress and a reduction in antibody function