India and Mumbai Indians all-rounder Hardik Pandya said on Wednesday that he enjoyed the importance of mental health while playing international cricket and credited his family for being mentally similar. In a video posted by Mumbai Indians on his official Twitter handle, Hardik said, “When I played international cricket, I realized what kind of stress your life has. Of course life changes for us but personally you have to overcome everything. ‘
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“So I thought mental health was important too, in which my family played a very big role, which made sure I was in the right place,” she said. The focus on staying mentally healthy has attracted a lot of attention from last year as patients with the Kovid-19 epidemic urged players to live in a biologically safe environment, in which their lives are limited to hotels and stadiums.
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Mumbai Indians will face Royal Challengers Bangalore in the opening match of the Indian Premier League. Hardik, who has played 60 ODIs and 48 T20 internationals for India, emphasized the importance of physical fitness during World Health Day. He said, ‘Make sure you participate in some kind of activity that will improve your fitness during the day, which is very important. If you care about the little things it is good for your body to notice. ‘