Work That Talks About The Health And Development Of Children Grange Tech Yr 13 Learning Outcome 7

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In this assignment, I will talk about the benefits of exercise for children’s health and well-being. I will also consider the positive impact of their holistic development.
Physical development
Exercise helps control body fat; this means that when a child is exercising it is helping control the body fat this way the child wouldn’t gain weight because they are exercising their body which means that they are moving around so their body would control the fat and not store it making the child become overweight. For example, if a child is always sat down and not exercising by running around and playing like the rest of the children they wouldn’t be fit and healthy because they are not getting the daily exercise that they need for their body to control body fat.
Develops stronger muscles and bones: exercise is good for children because it helps them develop stronger muscles and bones as they grow older they will become bigger and therefore they will need to develop stronger muscles and bones. Exercise is key for children when they are young they need to get lots of it whether it is running around at playtime, or doing something physical that exercises their muscles and bones. The benefits of the respiratory system are:
       Dramatically aids in relief of many long term respiratory difficulties such as asthma, bronchitis, COPD
       Reduces chest pains due to tight muscles thus the tension causing anxiety of "heart attack potential" is reduced
       Opens up the chest to make breathing easier and fuller which facilitates strengthening of the life force, emotional stability and mental clarity to feel more energetic
       Maintains body balance which supports ease of breathing including proper CO2 elimination. (Optimal breathing mastery, 2015)
The human respiratory system is a series of organs responsible for taking in oxygen and expelling carbon dioxide. The primary organs of the respiratory system are lungs, which carry out this exchange of gases as we breathe.
       Proper diaphragmatic action acts as a pump to massage the internal organs, significantly aiding their function
       Calms the emotions which directly affect the parasympathetic nervous system of rest, digestion and healing. (Optimal breathing mastery, 2015)     
The digestive system is a group of organs working together to convert food into energy and basic nutrients to feed the entire body. 
Exercise benefits the child’s health and wellbeing in relation to these systems because if they exercise they are taking care of these systems as well as themselves because they are making sure nothing bad happens to their systems which takes care of them. The systems will be taken care of as well as the child’s health and well-being.
Exercise encourages hand eye-coordination, as children exercise from being young they start to get use to hand-...


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