The role of exercise in mental disordersAuthor(s):
Mohammad Ghaws ZalmiAbstract:
Todays, many scientific studies have shown that exercise, in addition to being a valuable tool for physical health, is closely linked to mental health, and especially to preventing mental disorders.
Athletes feel less anxious and depressed than sedentary people.
Exercise is a field for developing talents and understanding better abilities and indicators such as: Improving self-esteem, self-esteem and social adjustment are among the most urgent human needs that are essential to mental health. Relaxation is a feeling of security, joy and vitality, and exercise is one of the important ways to achieve this, which is why exercise is called the body-mind relationship. Pages: 83-85 | Views: 83 | Downloads: 28Download Full Article: Click Here
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Mohammad Ghaws Zalmi. The role of exercise in mental disorders. International Journal of Advanced Academic Studies. 2020; 2(2): 83-85.