According to a survey of 14,000 students in Germany, “Due to lack of exercise and physical activity, emotional problems related to restrictions have increased.”
Informal face-to-face courses, few or no meetings with friends and concerns about infectious diseases: According to a survey conducted in Germany, measures to combat the Covid-19 pandemic have had a major impact on the youngest population, especially Between children and adolescentsLife satisfaction (considered as a subjective assessment of people’s quality of life) has dropped by about 20% compared to the period before Covid.
The investigation is made by DAK HealthThe study involved 14,000 school-age children, highlighting that 23% of children and adolescents exhibit symptoms of depression, such as sadness, low self-esteem, stress, loss of interest and social withdrawal.Especially one-third of people feel that it’s not enough Protection from the virus in school. However, 56% of people believe that the anti-Covid regulations passed are appropriate.
More than half (55%) of the children said they are satisfied with distance learning, even though one in four children think their learning is poor, and one in five children think that distance learning is poor. Poor or very poor. On the other hand, suspension of classes does not relieve stress: almost one in every two children said they often or very often feel stressed. One in ten said that they often feel sad and unhappy, especially among the most severely affected girls. Increase in emotional problems.
Exacerbate pain, lack of exercise and physical exercise. Overall, the survey results show that the proportion of children participating in sports activities has fallen by one-fifth compared with the previous period of Covidi. “Most people are not behaving Less than 90 minutes of activity Recommended every day“Highlights the researchers of DAK-Gesundheit.