Sport and its importance in mental health.
Ghada Maher Abdel Aziz
It is known that sport has many benefits for a person’s physical health as well as psychological. Sport occupies a person’s void and thus keeps him away from succumbing to obsessions, negative thoughts and depression. Even people with depression do not get enough exercise
Great in their recovery.
Dr. Ahmed Okasha, Professor of Psychiatry, says that
Human exercise of sports The body produces a group of hormones from its function to protect the mental health of the person
Endorphins, a hormone that keeps a person feeling sad
And unhappiness, as well as strengthening memory and preventing symptoms of dementia
And Alzheimer’s, and the hormone dopamine responsible for feeling pleasure
And the hormone called citronine, the hormone of happiness, as well
One of the most important growth hormone stimulants for children and teens is exercise.
Of course, exercise effectively helps a person reach the dream of ideal weight and body, and thus enhances his self-confidence and motivates him
To appear in the community, improve his social relationship, and make many friends.
Therefore, the adult human must devote time from his day to exercise regularly, as well as raising young children on the importance
Sport as an essential and important component of their life.