Training of students at the institute of fundamental medicine and biology in health-saving technologies
Keywords:Healthy lifestyle, Health-saving technologies, Balanced nutrition, Nutritional status, Quality of life, Energy balance, Vital capacity of lungs, Body mass index
The article reveals the importance of lifestyle for health and quality of life, points to the need to educate young people about health-saving technologies. The urgency of this problem lies in the fact that the physical health of students becomes worse every year, which is revealed by annual medical examinations of students. Experience shows that the organization of preventive measures to maintain and adjust health, are not effective if there are no conscious steps in favour of careful treatment of their own health, well-being, lifestyle. Training in health-saving technologies: eating behaviour, daily physical activity, full sleep - can become a driving force for the formation of consciousness of the interdependence of the image and quality of life and the development of a physically healthy personality culture. Therefore, it is necessary to raise a healthy mind from a young age, show, demonstrate the effectiveness of health-saving technologies in practice.
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