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Canada engage in these activities during its free time can reduce the feeling of loneliness

19:15  07 april  2022
19:15  07 april  2022 Source:   femina.fr

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for people who often feel alone, researchers recommend them to devote their free time, often dreaded, to the practice of recreational activities that need to dive ...

  S’engager dans ces activités pendant son temps libre peut réduire le sentiment de solitude © iStock / FranckReporter

Confinments, curfews, closing public places, social distancing ... The sanitary restrictions put in place to fight against the CVIV-19 have aggravated the feeling of loneliness of the French, in particular of the youngest. according to a study of Credec, a quarter of the population felt completely isolated socially in January 2021. Thus, some consider that having too much free can contribute to this feeling of loneliness, but researchers of The Penn State University made a discovery that could change them. Their study published in Leisure Sciences magazine indicates that everything is about activities practiced: those considered meaningful and stimulating can reduce loneliness felt by increasing positive feelings.

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The scientific team wanted to know how students managed their sense of loneliness at the time of their leisure periods during the beginning of the Pandemic of Covid-19, and its results show that people who had practiced certain activities. Are felt a lot less than alone, even when social contact was not allowed. "There is a well-known saying: time flies when you have fun. "Explains in a statement Professor John Dattilo, the main author of the study. "The corollary is that time drags when you are bored. Our research shows that these two ideas are true. By engaging in leisure activities that require concentration, people reduce their feeling of loneliness and increase their momentary happiness. »


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Gérer sa peur du conflit Why the" Flow "reduces loneliness

Researchers have been interested in foreign students, for a precise reason: these are more likely to experience linguistic and cultural differences, a potential for solitude . They then found that those who felt the least feeling were more likely to have practiced activities that require both concentration and skills. According to Professor John Dattilo, "when people become absorbed by what they do, they enter a state called 'Flow', which can be achieved by engaging in mental or physical activities that we appreciate and who force us to focus to use our skills. In concrete terms, this mental state is fully involved in fulfilling an activity.

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so that people reach this "flow state", the activity must require concentration, engagement (loss of self-consciousness) and satisfaction, and they are numerous to be able to be cited. For example, artistic activities like playing the piano or paint, as well as physical activities such as skiing, as well as mental tasks such as writing or narration. But this, always according to our individual preferences. "When we enter a state of flow, we become absorbed and concentrated, and we have a momentary pleasure, and when we leave it, we are often surprised by the time that has elapsed. "Add the John Dattilo, who recommends to people with a lot of time free to start. In this way, time goes faster and the impression of loneliness is reduced.

Although researchers have found that students who benefit high levels of social support felt less alone, they say that "people to achieve this state of mental fluidity can reduce loneliness in situations where support social is insufficient. More importantly, this can reduce the loneliness of people in any situation. Attention, some activities do not lend themselves, including watching TV, and more broadly the screens. This type of occupation is indeed very unlikely to induce total "absorption", conducive to maximum concentration. "Learn what activities allows us to enter a flow state requires questions. We hope this research will help people live a happier and healthier life. ", Concludes the scientific team.

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