The healthcare function of sports based on the old age law and the psychological regulation in sports


  • Jian Liu College of Humanities and Development Studies (COHD), China Agricultural University, Beijing, China
  • Xuemin Deng Vocational Education Centre, Special Police of China, Beijing, China
  • Yinfa Wang College of International Education and Exchange, Tianjin Normal University, Tianjin, China


Geriatric law; Sports health care; Psychological regulation; immunity; Taijiquan


Traditional healthcare exercises, such as Tai Chi and aerobic exercise, lower the danger associated with exercise and promote the growth of the cardiovascular system. This study aims to examine the difference in mental and physical health protection between individuals who adhere to outmoded medical care and those who are less physically active to provide a systematic basis for smearing and encouraging health care in the "immune system" of traditional Chinese medicine. A sample of 526 middle-aged and elderly individuals regularly engage in physical activity but rarely participate in the urban survey of physical activities. Numerous brain scans were performed based on the interpolation index, the complexity index, the BFS psychological test, and the SCL-90. The SPSS 16.0 program is administered for statistical data analysis. The measured data are within the moderate or moderate range, and the estimated level equals 0.05. The average of various groups was F test, P0.05, and the difference was statistically significant. Taijiquan/Taijijian may successfully control enthusiasm and rage, improving their mental health; Fitness Qigong Tendon Changing Classic exercise gratifies the body and mind; Fitness Qigong Baduanjin exercise can regulate tranquillity.




How to Cite

Jian Liu, Xuemin Deng, & Yinfa Wang. (2023). The healthcare function of sports based on the old age law and the psychological regulation in sports. Revista De Psicología Del Deporte (Journal of Sport Psychology), 32(1), 262–269. Retrieved from