Physical Activityandprime;s Effects on Mental Health. | Abstract
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European Journal of Sports & Exercise Science


Physical Activity′s Effects on Mental Health.

Author(s): Chuanzhen Wang*

More people are recommending physical activity as a way to preserve and improve their mental health. Regular physical activity and healthy eating are key to achieving mental health, and developed countries generally encourage people to participate in these programs to increase survival, improve quality of life, and enjoy the benefits that many of the methods that have been altered and modified to run exercise sessions weekly assigned have to offer. Has led the social policy with the public interest and the process of mutation as well as the development of specialized knowledge about the varied effects of physical activity and exercise on fitness and health. Effects of exercise and physical fitness can contribute to a person living a long, healthy life. Mild to moderate mental health conditions, including depression and anxiety, may be effectively managed by engaging in physical activity. Although people with depression tend to be less physically active than those who are not sad, studies have shown that increasing aerobic activity or strength training dramatically reduces depressive symptoms. However, it has not been demonstrated that regular exercise can stop the onset of depression. Regular exercise appears to have benefits comparable to those of meditation or relaxation for anxiety symptoms and panic disorder. Exercise tends to help people with acute anxiety more than people with persistent anxiety. Although there are few studies on older adults and teenagers who struggle with depression or anxiety, exercise seems to be good for these groups as well. Depression and anxiety are two mental health conditions that are difficult to tr eat. Ma ny pe ople be nefit fro m medications, yet they frequently fail and might have unpleasant side effects.