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  • Jasmeet

    July 23, 2021 at 2:43 PM

    It is argued that the rapid increase in the number of obese people is putting a stress on the health care system to cope with the health related issues. According to some people, the finest way to deal with obesity is to bring in more lessons on physical education in the school syllabus. I completely agree that introducing them will have a positive impact on the health of students as well as it will send the message of fitness to their parents.

    Physical education plays an important role in living a healthy life. The lessons introduced at a young age teaches long-life morals. The children learn to create a balance between their studies and physical activities, therefore it brings a change in their lifestyle and builds physical confidence. Moreover, they become less prone to chronic and severe diseases. For instance, it is found that students who were engaged in physical activities were healthier than their fellows in the adulthood.

    There are limited resources with every government of the country, so it becomes difficult for them to install the facilities with the help of modest means. The growing number of patients has put a stress on the health care system in a way that there is a need for more hospitals, doctors and medical equipment. The more the number of obese people, higher the demand of resources to fulfill the medical needs. Therefore, it becomes a mammoth task for any authority to shift the allocated funds. In such conditions, physical education aids in making people aware of adverse effects.

    In conclusion, more of exercises and other activities should be taught as a part of school curriculum which will help people in living a healthy lifestyle free from ailments and severe diseases.

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