Physical activity has been shown to have positive effects on mental health, particularly during the pre-teen years. Engaging in regular exercise can help reduce symptoms of anxiety and depression, increase self-esteem, and improve overall mood.
Studies have found that physical activity can help pre-teens develop coping and their stress, be particularly helpful during the challenging teenage years. Additionally exercise can help pre-teens develop healthy habits and improve their physical health, which can have a positive impact on their mental well-being.
Experts recommend that pre-teens engage in at least 60 minutes of moderate to vigorous physical activity every day, such as running, swimming, or playing sports. Parents and caregivers can help encourage physical activity by providing opportunities for exercise, such as joining a sports team or going for family walks, and by modeling healthy behaviors themselves.
Overall, physical activity is an important tool for promoting mental health and well-being during the pre-teen years and beyond.
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