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dc.contributor.authorHloba, Nataliia-
dc.contributor.authorPalchinsky, V.-
dc.contributor.authorSarancha, T.-
dc.identifier.citationHloba N. Features of functional reserves in young people with Various level of predisposition to psychosomatic Disorders / N. Hloba, T. Sarancha, V. Palchinsky // 10th International Scientific Interdisciplinary Conference (ISIC) for medical students and young scientists, Kharkiv, 19–20 May 2017 : аbstract book / KhNMU. – Kharkiv, 2017. – P. 11–12.ru_RU
dc.descriptionThe results of the research showed that approximately 52% of the examined persons have risk of developing somatoform disorders. Predisposition to these disorders depends on the level of PA (high PA was found in 77% of risk group). The quality of autonomic supply gets worse depending on expression of tendency to psychosomatic disorders that may lead to the appearance of various somatic symptoms in the future and worsening of quality of life, that confirms the necessity of further study of this problem.ru_RU
dc.description.abstractPsychosomatic diseases are based on reaction of human body to psychological and emotional stress accompanied by development of functional changes and pathological disorders. Their development is determined both by expression of stress factors and by individual characteristics of a person. Such conditions are included in the ICD-10 list as "Somatoform disorders" (F45) that proves the necessity of their study.ru_RU
dc.publisherХарьковский национальный медицинский университетru_RU
dc.subjectPsychosomatic diseasesru_RU
dc.subjectpsychological stressru_RU
dc.subjectemotional stressru_RU
dc.titleFeatures of functional reserves in young people with Various level of predisposition to psychosomatic Disordersru_RU
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