Football is important in strengthening children’s bones Research
London: If the children’s bones are not properly developed, its effects are formed throughout the life. Due to this deficit, bone fractures and arthritis risks are more likely to increase in childbirth.
The University of Executors of the UK noted that if the children who go to the puberty play normally play soccer, then bone growth increases and bones are stronger.
Dr. Louie Gretia Marco, a University of Excerer, said in a press release, that when the boys are stepping towards puberty, their bones are promoted at the same time. After the puberty, the next five years of the bones are great and the game of football increases the process.
This research has been published in the “Journal of Bonn and Mineral Research”. In this, the teenage group was asked to run the football, playback, and cycle for a year. The other children of the children did not participate in any game. After a year after all the children’s bones were reviewed, the growth of bone players was better than swimming and cyclists. The boys and women who did not take part in any of the games were the lowest and strongest of their bones. In this study, 116 children of 12 to 14 years were included. However, in the football-playing children, Bon Mineral Content (BMC) was 7% higher than others.
Interestingly, playing football also has very useful effects on the neck, spinal cord and legs bones.
Experts based on this research are advising that teenagers should play football for three to four hours a week as it is the best time for development of bones and the game may be very useful for them. However, experts have said that such benefits can be played by playing tennis, badminton, and handball.