Aylin Yaren, Kitti Szazs and Agnieszka Mnich, world’s best football artists in town on a special invitation from Apollo Tyres to popularise the sport and engage with enthusiastic fans.
Freestyle Football is about performing tricks with the football using any part of the body, where coordination, balance and control of the ball are the vital elements.
“India is transforming from a football loving nation to a football playing nation. People here are appreciating our shows;” says Aylin Yaren.
Depression and anxiety can be huge obstacles for many of us. Whether you are struggling with mild depression or anxiety, or you feel yourself buried by it, for one it’s challenging to deal with it. To find a way out can seem nearly impossible for the victim. People with late –life depressions generally have trouble focusing their attention on personal goals due to worries.
Luckily, things are changing and more and more methods of treatment are being developed for depression, anxiety and other mental health related issues. What’s even more exciting is that people have started to realize how helpful video games or smartphone games can be for those people who struggle with mood disorders or mental illness. That’s right! Scientists and doctors are seeing medically beneficial reasons for people to play electronic games.
A recent study proves that playing mobile –based video games may help to treat depression by targeting underlying cognitive issues associated with the disorder, rather than just managing the symptoms. The study enrolled older adults diagnosed with late life depression into a treatment trial where they were randomized to receive either a mobile, tablet based treatment technology called Project EVO or an in person therapy technique known as problem solving therapy. Project EVO runs on phones and tablets and is designed to improve focus and attention at a basic neurological level.
It’s an amazing fact that science is starting to understand how to use video games to help people struggling with mental illness. Almost above 1.2 billion people play games in the world. Smartphone gaming is currently growing in popularity in how fun addictive and accessible they are.
So now in this era of inventions, it’s a great thing to know that, playing the occasional mobile game for fun is typically harmless. It is after all, just one of many recreational activities one can enjoy during their leisure time. Besides social entertainment, some games even come with further benefits as they can build decision making skills, give education and help the general well-being of a person. So they are not only to entertain and a way to kill time but it also relieves stress in great extent.
As with anything, moderation is the key mantra to be followed, one should not get fully immersed in their games. So while you indulge yourself in smartphone game therapy to overcome anxiety or depression, it’s important to keep your gadget games for a moderate time.