Although I am a novice, I fantasize about skiing almost every moment. The feeling is very exciting. I think I should be addicted
Reply from Brenda J.
As an exhilarating and challenging sport, skiing can be easily addictive. As people speed down the slopes, their bodies release neurotransmitters such as endorphins, producing a sense of pleasure and joy.
Aside from physical sensations, skiing can also provide a sense of personal challenge and accomplishment. As people learn new techniques and skills while overcoming various difficulties and challenges, they experience a sense of achievement and satisfaction.
Moreover, skiing can help people relax and relieve stress. Skiing in the great outdoors can offer a temporary escape from the hustle and bustle of city life, allowing individuals to immerse themselves in natural scenery and enjoy peace and tranquility.
To conclude, skiing is addictive because it allows people to experience multiple physical and psychological satisfaction, resulting in a unique sense of pleasure and satisfaction. Of course, if you can not reasonably control their skiing frequency and time, addicted to skiing may cause adverse effects on the body and health. Therefore, in the process of skiing, we must pay attention to safety, reasonable control of skiing time and frequency, while protecting ourselves. Wear good skiing equipment to reduce the risk of hypothermia and injury.