Influence of self–regulation psychological and physical means on aged people´s functional state
Keywords:Age, Psycho-psychical means, Autogenous training, Health
AbstractPurpose: to form system of application of self-regulation psycho-physical means on mature and aged people. Material: experimental (n=28) and control (n=26) groups consisted of 55-60 years’ age man, who did not practice sports beforehand and who had low mobile way of life. All man had no pathology in their health. All they gave written consent for participation in the research. The complex of special exercises was practiced every day during 20 – 30 minutes. We regularly registered indicators of heart beats rate during autogenous trainings in first, second and third weeks of psycho-physical means’ application: autogenous trainings and exercises of special gymnastic. Results: we worked out a variant of autogenous training, which implies visualization of some objects. Such approach facilitates relaxation and creation of rejuvenation and health improvement image. We also developed special gymnastic on the base of Taoist health related physical exercises. Autogenous training, in combination with special exercises qigong cause changes, required for economic functioning of organism. Autogenous training greatly influence on heart beats rate. Change of this indicators is especially noticeable in first week of autogenous training‘s practicing. Combination of special qigong exercises and autogenous training renders positive influence on vegetative balance and orthostatic stability of elderly people. We worked out the structure of psycho-physical means for rising mature and older people’s functional state. Conclusions: the offered system slows down the temps of ageing and activates adaptation mechanisms. It permits to compensate negative changes in organism. We marked out three directions in physical culture of mature and aged people.
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