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Using Exercise To Support Children’s Studies

We all know that exercise has immense health benefits, but exercise can also be used to support your child’s learning. Studies have shown that children who undertake regular exercise are more likely to be successful in their studies. So, how can you use exercise to help your child’s learning?

Keeping Active

Playing and engaging in physical activities is essential for children. In an increasingly technology focused world, children are spending greater amounts of time sat looking at screens and engaging with media. However, this can lead to childhood obesity. Engaging in regular exercise will not only help your child’s overall health to improve but will also ensure that they are better able to handle physical and emotional challenges. Regular exercise has also been shown to help children sleep better. Sleep and rest are crucial for children and it directly impacts on their learning; children who are well rested are better prepared to learn.

Confidence Boost

Everyday challenges at school and in life can cause stress and tension. It is important that children are able to develop mental and emotional strength and resilience in order to be able to confront these challenges. One of the key benefits of exercise is that it helps to reduce stress levels. By engaging in some gentle exercise everyday, you can help your child to become less stressed, better equipped to confront challenges and boost not just their confidence, but their studies as well.

Reducing Anxiety

Not only does exercise reduce stress levels, it can also help fight anxiety. One of the benefits of exercise is that it can be relaxing. When you engage in exercise your body releases chemicals in the brain which regulate stress levels. Children can suffer from anxiety for many reasons, including feeling pressure to perform well in their studies. Anxiety can cause additional stress and lead to poor results and performance in children’s learning. By engaging in daily exercise, you can help your child to tame and control their anxiety, as well as provide them with tools that will help to empower them from within.

Developing Resilience and Strength

As well as helping to develop children’s physical strength and endurance, exercise supports them to develop strength and perseverance in other areas of their life, such as in their studies. Spending too much time sat down, be it at school doing work or at home on a screen, can impact negatively on a child’s overall well-being. Not enough exercise and movement can be detrimental to a child’s concentration and does not allow them to use their cognitive abilities to their fullest potential. Daily workouts will help your child to move and enable them to develop flexibility and strength. These are skills which they can transfer into their studies. Having a regular exercise routine will help motivate your child and support them to do well in all aspects of their life, including in their learning and studies.

Developing A Healthier Mindset

A healthy mindset will help boost your child’s confidence and their emotional well-being, which in turn, will help them to be better prepared to learn. Engaging in simple meditation can boost a child’s concentration. Similarly, mindfulness exercises, in combination with a simple daily workout will allow your child to become more aware of their mind and body. Mindfulness techniques will help to teach your child how to control their negative thinking and re-frame it into positive thoughts. Over time, they will be better equipped to control their thoughts and emotions and it will help develop a sense of self-worth. A healthy mindset will help children to develop perseverance and resilience skills, which will aid them in their studies as well.

Exercise provides long-term health benefits. Regular workouts help to ensure that your child stays physically, emotionally and mentally fit. By engaging in exercise, your child’s concentration will improve, they will feel calmer and better equipped to handle life’s stresses. Their confidence and sense of self-worth will improve. The result is that their studies too will be improved, and your child will be better prepared to learn and achieve their full potential.

About the author Michael Dehoyos: Michael Dehoyos works for Academicbrits.com as a business expert. He has contributed to numerous sites and publications and assists companies in their marketing strategy concepts.

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