There can be a lot of pressure surrounding sports and academic performance, if anything the two are embroiled in the same type of anxiety. Both of these endeavours can be stressful for a variety of different reasons. In terms of academic performance, there could be an examination or some sort of upcoming presentation. With sports there might be a big game or some sort of trial that is looming in the not so distant future that can cause one to feel like they are on the brink of insanity.
It can be very easy to pass judgement, convincing one’s self that someone who shows a lack of willingness to learn to be something of a slacker. We all process information differently, the same can be said about how we then choose to use that information in say an exam for example. The same can be said about many different sporting activities, where a lack of skill can be branded on someone despite you not knowing how that person feels inside. A lack of understanding from those not in these people’s positions can lead to a lot of misinterpretation from that individuals talent/skill. This does put a lot of pressure on the shoulders of those studying in academia as well as in sports. Anxiety is common practice in these types of scenarios, which if anything causes the individual involved to suffer, rather than work/perform to the best of their ability.
When does sporting performance become a mental health issue?
There is a lot of anxiety surrounding sports performances. It can be easy to think about training and what you’ve learnt, but putting it into practice on the field or pitch can be difficult, especially if there is a lot of pressure on your shoulders to be nothing short of 100%. This is why it can cause severe bouts of stress and anxiety. Many will show up on the pitch and block out any doubts, whereas others might live within their own minds, causing them to not play at their optimal level and beyond.
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A potential way of assisting sports performance
Those worrying about their sports performance might find that The Hudson Mind Theory (HMT) could be the answer they’ve been searching for. This theory allows one the ability to remove negative thoughts from the brain itself, thus allowing one the ability to control their own moods and feelings internally. Imagine what life could be like with a much needed confidence boost. You will live a much happier life due to HMT. This is a tried and tested method of self-evaluation that is perfect for those that happen to be suffering from sporting performance issues. The methods taught here can be applied in a variety of different settings that all work towards becoming a much more confident person.
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