Hardik Pandya told World Health Day people to pay attention to mental health as well. (Mumbai Indians Twitter)
India and Mumbai Indians all-rounder Hardik Pandya said on Wednesday that he came to know the importance of mental health while playing for India. He credited the family for keeping himself mentally strong.
Hardik said that it showed me how important mental health is. In my case, the family was a very important contributor. He helped me a lot to be mentally strong. He further said that due to Corona epidemic, players have to stay in bio-bubble for a long time. Where your life is tied. You keep swinging between the stadium and the hotel bus. In such a situation, players are aware about mental health.
Just “Just make sure in the day that you’re doing some activity which is adding to your fitness.”
Hardik also made people aware of fitness The 27-year-old will take on the Royal Challengers Bangalore in the opening match of the IPL on Friday. Hardik, who played 60 ODIs and 48 T20s for India, also made people aware of physical fitness on the occasion of World Health Day 2021. He said that you should try to stay fit every day. For this, you can connect yourself with any kind of activity. Whether you want to play running or outdoor sports. This will be good for your health.
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In this video, Hardik’s brother Krunal, who made a recent ODI debut for India, said that we not only work on physical fitness, but also strive for inner happiness and peace. When we work hard, we make sure that we are able to get at least eight hours of good sleep and can laugh openly for 4-5 hours.