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entirely the decision of the parents to decide whether they should allow their children to take part in contact sports or not. Concussions in children but the lifetime benefits of playing sports and being active at a young age far surpasses the risks of children probably becoming injured. Another encouraging outcome of the new discussions over sports-related concussions is that extra resources are being dedicated to discovering evidence-based answers to deal with the issue
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Surname 2 through sports medicine studies. Consequently, we are becoming better at stopping concussions from happening. Despite concussions being a part of sports I think we should still play contact sports even with the risks of concussions since the overall benefits of sports outweighs the risks of being injured and suffering concussions. Sports and Athletics can be of benefit to young children since sports and athletics give these young children a number of diverse avenues to become more spiritually, mentally and physically tough. By taking part in sports youth learn to be dependent on team power. Not only does this form leadership skills but it as well builds up the self-esteem of the person. Sports and athletics as well helps to shape emotional, physical and mental awareness of the participants. By being more aware of oneself through sports and athletic, one can develop to heights of emotional maturity that are not readily available to those who do not take part in sports and athletics. Development that comes from sport goes past studying new physical skills. Sport helps children grow better ways to handle with the highs and lows of life. When they are playing sports, children learn to fail. Becoming a good loser takes practice and maturity. Losing teaches participants to rebound back from frustration, cope with hostile experiences and is a significant part of becoming tough. Participating in sports helps children learn to handle their emotions and convey negative feelings in a positive manner. It helps children as well to develop understanding and patience and helps them understand that it can take loads of practice to increase both their physical skills and what they do in school. Physical activity has also been revealed to arouse chemicals in the brain that makes one feel better. Therefore participating in sports constantly
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Surname 2 improves one’s general emotional wellbeing. Research shows there is a connection between self- esteem in children and playing sport. The support of the colleagues, a kind word from the trainer, or accomplishing their personal best will all assist people who play sports to feel better about themselves.
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  • Fall '16
  • Kamau Ndungu
  • Traumatic brain injury

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