Obesity

Q 1 ) :   How much exercise is recommended for children and young people? 

Ans : - Guidelines recommend that children and young people up to the age of 18 years old should do at least 60 minutes of at least moderate-intensity physical activity a day, every day of the week. This recommendation applies to all children and young people, including those who are overweight. 

Q 2 )  What are the benefits of regular physical activity and exercise?  

Ans : -  There is lots of evidence that regular physical activity benefits longterm health. This applies to everyone, including children and young people who are overweight. Below are some of the important benefits of regular physical activity. 

  • It improves health by helping to maintain a healthy heart, develop strong muscles and bones. 
  • It helps maintain a healthy body weight. 
  • It may help to reduce stress and anxiety.
  • It can help your child feel good about themselves. 
  • It provides opportunities for your child to mix with others and make friends and can help improve your child’s social skills. 
  • It can improve emotional well-being.  

Regular physical activity is also important in terms of your child’s weight management as it will increase the amount of energy used and increase your child’s lean (not fat) body mass. Lean body mass burns more calories than fat.  


Endocrine (Other)

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