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Football does not improve mental health: a systematic review on football and mental health disorders

, one would have expected more studies on the effect of football on the mental health and well-being in amateur players. The study by Richards et al. (2014) even found that adolescents aged between 11 and 14 years had higher depression-like symptoms than those on the waiting list and those who have not been enrolled at all. There were no positive effects in the female adolescents. Consequently, the common statement that physical activity and sport participation is always good for mental health must be challenged. As highlighted above, it may well be not the process

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A systematic review on the effect of Ramadan on mental health: minor effects and no harm in general, but increased risk of relapse in schizophrenia and bipolar disorder

-Adawi S, Al-Guenedi A. Ramadan fasting triggering koro-like symptoms during acute alcohol withdrawal: a case report from Oman.Transcult Psychiatry. 2008 Dec;45(4):695-704. 10.1177/1363461508100791 Al-Sinawi H Al-Adawi S Al-Guenedi A. Ramadan fasting triggering koro-like symptoms during acute alcohol withdrawal: a case report from Oman Transcult Psychiatry. 2008 Dec 45 4 695 704 Aloui A, Chtourou H, Briki W, Tabben M, Chaouachi A, Souissi N, Shephard RJ, Chamari K. Rapid weight loss in the context of Ramadan observance: recommendations for judokas. Biol Sport. 2016

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