The noun impairment means that some ability is not as strong as normal. People can be:
An impairment can also be temporary - your judgment and coordination become impaired when you drink too much alcohol, for example.
Both disability and handicap refer to a problem that prevents someone from doing normal or typical activities. People who have such problems are sometimes described as disabled or handicapped people, although the best term is to say someone has a disability or, when talking about these people as a group, to say people with disabilities.
When a building or other structure has special accommodations for people who use wheelchairs or who have other mobility difficulties, we often call these handicap-accessible places.
As with any sport or serious physical activity, you will want to prepare your body to ensure it will be at peak performance. This will help you play better but also keep you from injury or illness.Stretch and warm up. This will loosen your muscles and reduce the risk of injury. It will also help your coordination once the game has started.Eat well and hydrate. Eating healthy foods will give you the energy for playing and hydration is key to peak physical performance. Continue to hydrate during the game and be sure you are taking in electrolytes.