Analysis of the relationship of lifestyle and some of the parameters of respiratory diseases of children 7 9 years old in Poland and Ukraine
AbstractPurpose defining the relationship between the state of knowledge in the field of preventive health care, lifestyle characteristics, health status of students 7-9 years after an illness of the respiratory system. Developed a diagnostic system for the study of health status and level of physical fitness. Anthropometric measurements were carried out and samples Genchi and Stange, heart rate, blood pressure at rest. The level of adaptation was determined by the method of R.M. Baevsky. Opinion of parents, morphology and function, and medical records 553 students of secondary schools of Kiev and 538 students of Szczecin and Konin. Found that the incidence of respiratory systematically increased. It was found that the lack of physical activity of the body is 60-75% needed to maintain the health and development of physical standards. The ratio of 28 hours of lessons on general subjects with 2 hours of physical training per week in school indicates non-compliance with the physiological regulation of mental and physical stress during the growth and development of children.
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