Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 2021-07-30 22:13:00 –
Gymnast Simone Biles withdraws from uneven bars, vault Olympic event
Dr. Norman Faired, a clinical psychologist, joined Dr. Fred and told me that he needed to join Biles this morning and focus essentially on himself before competing. What does this tell us about the mental health of our young athletes? Great question. And what it tells us is that our young athletes are under a lot of stress and we are very impressed with them. It’s fun to see their prowess in participating in the Olympic Games, but if you listen carefully to their comments in interviews, they’re with so many people around the world, they’re actually competing for the country, and what we want. You can see that you are doing. Bringing these athletes money and mental health is often a compromise, and we find that the way lunar bile feels inside is very important and can really affect our way. You have to think that you are aware of something that acts on the outside. Of course, Naomi Osaka withdrew from the French Open, and Simone Biles even said that Naomi Osaka had influenced her and made her feel okay to take this step. What do you think they need to do to take mental health into account, just for professional sports that are common to these leagues, the Olympics, and the organizers of these sports? I think all they have to do is listen very carefully to Naomi Osaka, Simone Biles, and all the people who are working hard to provide the tournament they’ve been working on. Must listen clearly. There are mental problems that are occurring within each of us. Not only should people be evaluated to ensure that they can psychologically cope with the pressure of being the eyes of the world, but they also need to have a greater psychological obligation to undertake all the work that goes into the rigorous daily research evaluations. Their work in their activities. Therefore, it is to make sure that there is some therapeutic alliance on board for these competitive and competing athletes. The other is to allow them to tell their story when they are having a bad day to tell someone who can really understand and hear the trauma at that moment. You don’t have to be a therapist to allow a priest to be a coach, but you really need more education to make athletes’ well-being a way from an Olympic perspective. So this was hard to be an Olympic athlete who puts a lot of pressure on you in any situation, but especially here, the family wasn’t allowed. There is really no support system. Do you think playing on the sports network is very important, especially for our young athletes? Because we are out of context, the culture of those who are connected and isolated from each other, even without parents, siblings, or best friends, and who do all this work, actually brings people out of their inner strength. Discourage. we have. There is light in each of us. But in order to recognize the great mountain in us, the shining light, we need to see it. We need moms and dads, those who really believe in us, not only our personal audience, but also those who are in our hearts, but by our side neurotransmitters Oxytocin is a drug of love, the brain, that’s how we feel strongly. You can get more oxytocin by connecting with others who care about hugging and shaking hands, but when you move away from your closest relatives, we become more isolated and weaker inside. There is a risk of becoming. And at such moments, this weakness is not something we need to address. We need to do it with the inner strength to say that we can do this. I feel like I’ve reached a turning point in this country where it’s okay to talk about mental health. Do you think they were the stigma that was once around just talking about mental health issues? Do you think it’s starting to change? I think it’s starting to change. I think there is much more to do. So I’ve been doing psychotherapy for 30 years. We will tell you that stigma remains not only in academic settings but also in hospitals and private practitioners. People are still afraid to say I have concerns. Well, we’re actually starting to move from mental illness to the term mental wellness. Because we don’t want some kind of stigma to occur. But there are more people, especially young people who are afraid to say I have. Problem, I have a problem. And if we can use their voices, find and understand their voices, and only help give them their voices to someone who is not ashamed that something inside is not right, we will Can help you do that. We will save more lives. We feel like the masses when we see people who are sick have pain in front of them, but when people have your pain inside, you Unless you tell us, we don’t know how to help you something is happening. I think the stigma is diminishing, but there is still a long way to go, and all human beings in this world are suffering from something we need to feel. Where is that line? I think many people have had a hard time with this pandemic for a year and a half. What is that line you know, you may feel in a bad mood or feel depressed about something. At what point do you need to go and seek professional help? That’s a beautiful question. And the answer to that question is to be aware that there are certain things that are changing in your daily life. For example, there is one for people suffering from mental illness. It’s not as different as we think on Hollywood or TV. It is subtle. You may find that you can’t sleep, sleep too much, or can’t sleep at all. Change in appetite, change in concentration that you can’t really pay attention to, you lost your key and you forgot someone’s name. These are subtle changes in your daily experience, but they may be assigned as something is happening. Depression has about eight physical symptoms and only two emotional symptoms, crying and hopelessness, but fatigue, laziness or lethargy, confusion, and sometimes speech at the gate. Keep in mind that there is a delay in your body, so be aware of changes in your body and relationships. Friends can also park him. It’s a change in your mental health. Also, understand that if you do not cry with your eyes, you will cry with pain and pain in other organs of your body, causing stomach and back problems, fighting and frustrating your loved ones. These are also tears that are retained. A really good insight and a really good way to think about it. Dr. Norman has released a clinical psychologist. I am honored to meet you this morning. thank you.
Gymnast Simone Biles withdraws from uneven bars, vault Olympic event
USA Gymnastics states that Simone Biles has decided to withdraw from the finals of the Olympic event on vaults and uneven bars. statement. Biles said she puts her mental health first when she withdrew from the gymnastics team’s event after one revolution. An American woman won a silver medal there. She also decided not to compete all-round. American Snisa Lee won the gold medal at the event. MyKayla Skinner, who scored the fourth highest score in the vault in qualifying, will be in the US vault final alongside Jade Carey, who finished in the second highest score. Biles was the vault and Olympic defending champion.
USA Gymnastics says Simone Biles has decided to withdraw from the finals of the Olympic event on the vault and uneven bars.
“She will continue to be evaluated daily to decide whether to compete in floor exercises and balance beam finals,” USA Gymnastics said in a statement.
Biles said she puts mental health first when she withdrew from the gymnastics team’s event after one revolution. An American woman won a silver medal there. She also decided not to compete all-round. American Snisa Lee won the gold medal at the event.
Mikaila Skinner, who scored the fourth highest score in the vault in qualifying, will be in the US vault final alongside Jade Carrie, who finished in the second highest score. Biles was the vault and Olympic defending champion.
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