Exercise Can Improve Mental Health Says Dr. Farhan Khawaja

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One in four men in the world suffer from mental health issues. More men than women die from mental health issues. Dr. Farhan Khawaja who holds a Ph.D in Neuroscience from Mcgill University has said that regular fitness routines can help reduce the number of people who suffer from long term mental health issues and can save lives.

Dr. Farhan Khawaja has launched a campaign to make men aware of how important regular fitness is to their mental health and well-being. The fitness experts have said regular exercise can help deal with stress and reduce mental health problems.

According to a recent report, more than 450 million people in the world suffer from mental health issues. In the UK more than 16 million people suffer from stress and mental health problems, in the USA that figure stands at 46.6 million. The World Health Organization has said that one in four men suffer from mental health problems and men are more likely than women to lose their life to this rising killer disease. Dr. Farah Khawaja who has called for more to be done to help men who suffer from stress and depression, and mental health problems want more men to turn to exercise to beat this rising problem.

“Exercise and going to the gym and running in the park is not just about losing weight, it can also help with people’s well-being. Regular fitness can be a very highly effective way of dealing with stress, anxiety, and depression. It is the perfect way to help a person to fight the negative feelings they have,” explained Dr. Farhan Khawaja.

In 2019, 6507 deaths were recorded due to suicide, in the USA 129 people take their own life due to mental health problems. Those figures show the importance of why more needs to be done according to Dr. Farhan Khawaja.

It is not just Dr. Farhan Khawaja who has said that regular exercise can help fight depression, stress, and anxiety, scientists have also written many reports on the subject. They have said they have found through studies that exercise can reduce the levels of tension a person may feel and can help elevate and stabilize mood, improve sleep patterns, and improve a person’s self-esteem. According to one scientist report, even five minutes of aerobic exercise can have a positive impact on someone suffering from anxiety and stress.

“We want to see more people exercise. They don’t have to join an expensive gym; they can do exercise in the home or at the park. Through regular exercise it can help boost a person’s overall mood and well-being,” explained Dr. Farhan Khawaja.

Dr. Farhan Khawajabelieves that if more people spent just ten minutes a day exercising, it could help reduce the number of people who suffer from stress.

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