According to research published in the scientific journal Plos One, those who play team sports have a 10% lower risk of depression and anxiety than those who do no activity. The survey was conducted by California State University in the United States and included data from 11,000 children aged nine to 13 years.
On the other hand, individual sports such as tennis or wrestling, for example, can increase the risk of anxiety by 15%. Children who play team sports are also 17% less likely to have social problems and 12% less likely to develop attention deficit disorder.
According to scientists, activities with other people create a healthy sense of competition, enhance opportunities for positive social interaction, and develop feelings of closeness and companionship with other participants.
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Anxiety is a state of mind that is characterized by constant and excessive anxiety that negative things can happen. According to researchers at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ), it is a widespread feeling of discomfort, often triggered by a feeling of anxiety, which can trigger disorders.Peter Dazley / Getty Images
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), Brazil is the world’s most troubled country, and has recorded more cases during the Covid-19 epidemic. In addition to adults, anxiety can also be expressed in children for a variety of reasons, such as parental divorce, exams or problems at school, for example.Elva Etienne / Getty Images
Despite being considered relatively common, since it can affect anyone for any reason, anxiety becomes a real problem when everything becomes a cause for exaggerated anxiety and the patient crisis begins.They are Moore / Getty Images
Anxiety crisis is a situation that causes a great feeling of pain, nervousness and insecurity, as if something very bad, and it is completely out of control, is going to happen at any moment. Getty Images
Crisis is usually caused by a specific stressful situation that triggers, such as making a presentation, having a short deadline to get a job, being in a place where you don’t want to, or being harmed, for example.They are Moore / Getty Images
Symptoms of an anxiety attack include: rapid heartbeat, shortness of breath, tremors, lightheadedness, chest pain, nausea, excessive sweating, shivering, etc.Holly Willmeth / Getty Images
These symptoms are caused by an increase in the adrenaline hormone in the bloodstream, which is normal when a person is experiencing an important moment. However, if the symptoms become constant, they may indicate a general anxiety disorder.Klaus Vedfelt / Getty Images
What to do during an anxiety attack depends on the severity and frequency of the symptoms, so it is always best to consult a psychiatrist or psychiatrist. Microgen Image / Science Photo Library / Getty Images
Nevertheless, try breathing exercises, drinking soothing tea, trying to talk to someone you trust, resting, closing your mind, engaging in physical activities that you enjoy or relax. Here are some tips that may help. The problem.Jamie Grill / Getty Images
When an anxiety crisis occurs for the first time, or you are not sure what is happening, it is important to go to the hospital to make sure it is not a more serious problem like a heart attack.Science Photo Library / Getty Images
In any case, if the attacks are frequent, the help of a specialist should be sought to identify the cause and start treatment.Fjordaliso / Getty Images
Anxiety can trigger problems that, depending on the symptoms, can be classified as general anxiety disorder (GAD), social phobia, panic syndrome, etc. These problems can affect a patient’s personal and professional life, so the sooner they are diagnosed, the less problems they will face.Kupiku / Getty Images
Meanwhile, solitary sports performance can be responsible for anxiety, when a person is very nervous about his or her own outcomes and parental expectations can increase the child’s stress.
Researchers say more studies are needed to determine which sports can be a “problem” for children and to understand how other individual living conditions interfere with the problem. The study should follow participants for 10 years.
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