"most of The Swedish students sit still for much. Only 14 per cent related to at least an hour every day."
"the Girls are generally less physically active than boys, according to a new report from the Folkhälsomyndigheten."
"Folkhälsomyndigheten have allowed students who are 11, 13 and 15 in a survey to answer a variety of questions about their health. And according to the students themselves, it is thus only 14 percent of the daily runs, bikes, play, go skating, play soccer, dance, or otherwise move so that your heart rate goes up."
"On the question of how often they train in their free time, so much that they become breathless or sweating, responds to the 36 per cent that they do it at least four times a week. Almost as many, 35 percent, work out 2-3 times a week. But 15 percent of the train never or at most once a month. On the basis of the two issues it seems, therefore, that a majority konditionstränar regularly, but move on for a little more days of the week."
"– There is also an interesting gender differences. There are more boys than girls who train often and there are more boys who reach the recommendation on physical activity, " says Maria Corell."
"the Results in Folkhälsomyndighetens report is supported by other studies where it was not asked about, but measured the children's and young people's activity. The study Riksmaten youth conducted in the academic year 2016u002F17 showed that a minority – 44 percent of boys and 22 per cent of the girls – came up in the recommended hour of physical activity per day. Physical activity decreased with increasing age. The study also showed that students were sedentary, about nine hours per day."
"– the Overall feel of Swedish children is good. But it is an unequal health. The children do not participate in the föreningsidrott or on the move in everyday life and may also have poorer eating habits are at great risk for illness, " says Gisela Nyberg, a researcher in children's physical activity and health at Karolinska institutet and Gymnastics and national artists."
"last summer showed, a report from the Folkhälsomyndigheten to the mental illness passed down through the ages. Among 11-year-old girls, it is now about 40 per cent, as is known of the concern, sadness or stress, while the corresponding percentage among boys is around 30 per cent. Gisela Nyberg is convinced that there is a link between physical inactivity and mental ill-health among young people."
"– Physical activity is of the utmost importance to combat the mental illness. I also believe that there is a link to the skärmtid and that children and young people sleep too little, " she says."
"to get a positive reversal of the trend, so that more young people moving more, the whole society to act," says Maria Corell."
" We have seen that children in families with higher socio-economic status are practicing more frequently than children whose families have a lower socio-economic status. Therefore, the school is important, because it reaches all children. But this is a task for the whole of the adult world and society, " she says."
"Children and young people should be moving, be physically active, at least an hour a day, recommends the world health organization (WHO)."
"physical activity refers to walking, cycling, sports or play – thus, the moderately strenuous daily exercise."
"According to WHO, the move, with 81% of the world's school children for a bit."
"the Proportion of Swedish youth on the move for a bit is higher – 86 percent."
"Conversely, it is thus about 14% relating to at least an hour per day. These shares have been roughly unchanged during the 2000s."
"the Boys are more physically active than girls, and the younger ones are more active than the older. Among the 15-year-old girls, it is only 9% that moves enough."
"In Folkhälsomyndighetens survey, students also responded to how often they train in their leisure time so that they become breathless and sweat."
"the 36 per cent train at least four times a week, 35 per cent exercise 2-3 times a week, 14 percent exercise once a week, while 15 percent never exercise, or at most once a month."
"the Schoolchildren's health behaviour (Health Behaviour in School-aged Children) is an international survey among the children aged 11, 13 and 15 years."
"It is carried out every four years, and Sweden has participated since the 1985u002F86."
"The most recent survey was conducted by statistics SWEDEN in the fall of 2017, on behalf of the Folkhälsomyndigheten."
"Of 450 selected schools participated 213, thus 47 per cent."
"the Number of students who responded to the survey was 4 294."
"Overall result: most students are happy with life and perceive their health as good."
"the Well-being of the school has decreased and stress has increased since the last survey."
"the Proportion who reported that they had been bullied have increased since the 2009u002F10."
"the Proportion of young students (11 year olds), with signs of psychological disorders such as anxiety, stress or depression is the highest to date."
"A majority of the students are on the move for a bit."