PHYSICAL GAMES Vs MENTAL GAMES

Physical and mental activities are both important for protecting your thinking skills and warding off dementia. But one can beat the other? It’s an interesting question, one that occurs when we are doing a crossword puzzle or cruising through my neighbourhood with the funny-looking walk that kids make fun of. Can we preserve my thinking skills if I do more of one activity than the other, such as more crossword puzzles or more walking? First, we would try to understand the differences between the so-called physical and mental health that prevails in our body.

Physical Activities

Regular physical activity is good for everyone it is important for your kids. The first five years of their life are the most important years for their growth and development. It’s during this time they’ll develop the habits they’ll take with them into adulthood.

It’s our responsibility as parents, carers and educators to provide kids around us with opportunities and experiences that positively influence their choices around active play. ally active is one of the key building blocks for a healthy life.

Benefits of Regular Physical Activity

Healthy growth and development including being  in a healthy weight and reducing the risk of a disease like diabetes  later in life are only achieved by proper physical activities

  • Building strong hearts, muscles and bones
  • Learning fundamental movement skills
  • Improved movement, balance, coordination and reaction time
  • Improved social skills, self-esteem and confidence

 

Benefits of Regular Mind Activities

First, it is important to understand what exactly these games are. Mind games are activities that are fun but challenge your brain. Games that make you think, strategize, and remember information are all games that will help train your mind. In fact, many of these basic characteristics are what you find in many of the games you already play. These games improve your memory, thinking, reaction time, and cognitive ability. These games are especially important later in life to keep these factors strong. While it may seem hard to believe, by playing certain games you can help avoid degeneration and memory loss by continuing to work your brain and keep it sharp.

Mind games are usually simple in design but have a big impact. Think of your brain like your abs. If you work out your abs, you will develop strong abs. However, if you do not work out your abs, they will lose their definition and strength. Mind games are built to work your brain to keep it sharp and alert. Thinking, strategizing, and remembering information are just a few things you will do in games to build your mind. Keep your mind sharp and strong throughout your life by remembering the benefits of playing mind games.

The Importance of Mental Fitness

Physical fitness gets plenty of attention and for good reason. A healthy body can prevent conditions such as heart diseases and diabetes and help you maintain independence as your age.

Mental fitness is just as important as physical fitness, and shouldn’t be neglected. Including mental dexterity exercises into your daily routine can help you reap the benefits of a sharper mind and a healthier body for years to come.

Mental fitness means keeping your brain and emotional health in tip-top shape. It doesn’t mean training for “brain Olympics” or acing an IQ test. It refers to a series of exercises that help you:

  • Slow down
  • Decompress
  • Boost a flagging memory

It’s no surprise that the more you help your body, the more you help your mind. Physical activity increases the flow of oxygen to your brain. It also increases the number of endorphins, the “feel-good” chemicals, in your brain. It’s not surprising that people are in good physical shape also enjoy a higher level of mental agility.

Engaging in a vigorous physical workout can help you battle depression and gain a more positive outlook on life. It’s also a great way to beat stress, which can harm you mentally and physically.

Mental exercise is just as beneficial. According to a study in the proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, certain memory training exercises can increase “fluid intelligence,” the ability to reason and solve new problems.

While exercise is good for the brain and the body, so is meditation. Meditation, with other methods, is an alternative way to treat depression. Calming the mind allows you to problem solve in a more relaxed way.

When it comes to the kids especially in the school days, they should be equally fed both physically and mentally. As both physical and mental work is needed by them at those stages and as the age requires growth in both, they must be given an exposure in both types of games.

Sports & Athletics @ Nachammal

Along with the growth of students with knowledge and wisdom, we also ensures that they obtain physical strength and growth. We offer various sports and game activities of which student gets to participate. Students are given the freedom to choose a special sports game, in which they will be given the proper training. Along with games, our school also pays attention to building the future athletics. We also celebrate sports & athletics day, giving an opportunity to shine themselves with their skills

Sri Nachammal Vidyavani
Sri Nachammal Vidyavani
A stellar Institution, Sri Nachammal Vidyavani School is a co-educational school that classes from Play Group to Grade XII. The school identifies the needs of each and every student and encourages their academic, social and emotional development.

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