2018, Vol. 5, Issue 1, Part C
Role of sports and physical education in the strengthen of police officersAuthor(s):
Geeta Devi and Dr. Monika VermaAbstract:
Exercise increases blood flow to the brain, releases hormones, stimulates the nervous system, and increases levels of morphine like substances found in the body (such as beta-endorphin) that can have a positive effect on mood. Exercise may trigger a neurophysiologic high-a shot of adrenaline or endorphins- that produces an antidepressant effect in some, an ant anxiety effect in others, and a general sense of "feeling better" in most.
Exercise can be a powerful method of relaxation, and it can help people deal effectively with the stress of daily life. Physical education is an integral part of education concerned with the physical, mental and social growth, development and adjustment of the individual, through guided instruction and participation in sports, rhythms, gymnastics and related activities, the various unique needs of the learner are served. Sports can be recognized as an essential ingredient of a total physical education programme. Sports hold outstanding place in modern life. Millions of people participate in sporting activities, watch and read about them, and spend billions of rupees per annum on sports related activities and equipment‟s. Thus, sports and physical education play an important role in the strengthen of human beings and in the Police force, most of the activities are based on physical health. Therefore, Police Officers need more involvement in sports and physical activities.Pages: 167-170 | 881 Views 148 DownloadsDownload Full Article:
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Geeta Devi, Dr. Monika Verma. Role of sports and physical education in the strengthen of police officers. Int J Phys Educ Sports Health 2018;5(1):167-170.