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Title: The analysis of the medical students anxiety level with the condition of hypodynamy
Authors: Sokol, Elena Nikolayevna
Dziuba, V.S.
Keywords: anxiety level
hypodynamy
condition
medical students
Issue Date: 14-May-2015
Publisher: Харківський національний медичний університет
Citation: Dziuba V. S. The analysis of the medical students anxiety level with the condition of hypodynamy / V. S. Dziuba, E. N. Sokol // 8th International Scientific Interdisciplinary Congress for medical students and young doctors (14-15 May, 2015) : аbstract book. – Kharkiv : KNMU, 2015. – Р. 15–16.
Abstract: Education at the University includes the period of social and psychological adaptation of youth in the condition of information and analytical and emotional stress complete with hypodynamy. The lack of physical activity is one of the most common reasons for the decline of adaptive resources of the organism according to many authors. Another important problem of the medical students health is a chronic emotional anxiety state. Kinesiologist J. Carson Smith believes that „physical activity is a kind of effective buffer for emotional influence”. Therefore, the analysis of the influence of adequate physical exercises on student’s psychophysiological state is urgent and important.
Description: Daily regular exercises help to reduce the level of situational and reactive anxiety, which is a reliable method of preventing the development of chronic psycho-emotional state of anxiety and depression. Students who were running every day about for one hour noted the increase of the level of psychological and emotional stability, extraversion and motivation intensified, such character traits as self-discipline and self- control became apparent. It had a positive influence on learning and cognitive activity of students.
URI: http://repo.knmu.edu.ua/handle/123456789/10405
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