Due to common biological, behavioral, and socioeconomic risk factors, mental health issues regularly co-occur with other medical illnesses and are one of the leading causes of disability in the world. Given that it can postpone the onset of mental health issues and lessen a variety of their symptoms, physical activity can be utilized as a complementary strategy to other therapy modalities in order to prevent and manage mental health conditions.
The stress of life, the quest for self-actualization, and the ensuing overstimulation and lack of time, which are inherent to urbanization and the associated technical and cultural progress, have an impact on eating habits and the intake of high-calorie and processed foods. Dietary changes that boost nutrition can be made fast, with little to no risk to one’s health, and could significantly improve one’s physical health, sense of self, and quality of life.
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