Psychological antecedents and psychological benefits of physical exercise for the elderly under the elderly law
Jian Liu, Xuemin Deng
Corresponding author(s): Xuemin Deng, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Journal of Sport Psychology, Vol.31, 2022
Abstract: The study investigates the psychological antecedents andadvantages of physical exercise for the old under the law governing the aged. This paper studies the effects of physicalexercise on psychological emotion and psychological benefits by employing a questionnaire and referring to the law ofolder people. The study discovered that the psychological advantages of physical exercise for the elderly depend on theamount of exercise performed each week and the time spent exercising. Individuals who exercise more than five times pelr week and for at least 30 minutes are more mentally healthy. Physical exercise can not only improve mood, enhance self-concept and coordinate interpersonal relations, but also eliminate fatigue, reduce stress response, reduce or eliminate mental diseases to indeed promote the fitness and mental health of the elderly.
Keywords:Physical exercise; Psychological benefits; older people; the Elder law; elderly people
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