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Lecture 5. The effect of alcohol on human health
The biological, physiological and psychological effects of alcohol on humans. The role of endogenous alcohol in the physiological functioning of the body.
The effect of small doses of alcohol on the functioning of the leading systems of the human body.
The concepts of "alcoholization", "alcoholic disease", "alcoholism". The phenomenon of "Russian" alcoholism. Population risk groups for the formation of chronic alcoholism.
The effect of exogenous alcohol on the germ cells of men, women, on the intrauterine development of the embryo and fetus. Alcohol and motherhood. Fetal alcohol syndrome. The effect of alcohol on the body of a child and adolescent.
Stages of forming a painful need for alcohol. Signs of alcoholism. Alcohol degradation.
Psychological and pedagogical aspects of the prevention of alcohol, alcoholism and alcoholism.
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Lecture 5. The effect of alcohol on human health
- Lecture No. 4 Topic: “The influence of bad habits on human health.”
Lecture plan: 1. Drinking and alcoholism, as a medical and social problem. 2. The effect of drug use on human health. 3. Tobacco smoking as a drug addiction. 1. For centuries, alcohol has accompanied humanity. It has now been established that there are common causes leading to the spread of drunkenness in human society and there are individual
- The effect of various doses of alcohol on the human condition
Before we start talking about alcohol as one of the health risk factors, we should apparently pay attention to the fact that the adverse effects associated with taking alcohol occur even with a single use of the smallest doses of alcohol. And this is not surprising, these are the pharmacological properties of alcohol, causing intoxication. Typical picture
- INFLUENCE OF ALCOHOL ON HEALTH
INFLUENCE OF ALCOHOL ON THE STATE
- The impact of anthropogenic society on human health
The ecological environment with its physical, chemical, climatic, biological and other parameters from the point of view of the evolution of biological species is relatively conservative. But since the appearance of man on Earth (his credo with regard to the environment is expressed by the well-known formula: “We cannot wait for favors from nature, take them from her — our task”), an active transformation is underway
- Lecture 4 Ecology and human health
Main questions: 1. The concept of environmental pollution, its sources, types. 2. Types of chemical environmental pollution, their impact on health. 3. The concept of endoecological disease, measures for its prevention. 4. Biological pollution and human health. 5. Types of physical pollution of the environment and their impact on the body
- The effect of beer on human health
What are the delights of this drink? Beer is made from a very useful product - barley, which contains proteins, fats, carbohydrates and vitamins. But in beer wort, fermentation microbes eat this wonderful product, using it for its growth, reproduction and producing alcohol as the final metabolic product (a kind of “urine”), which is extremely dangerous for the life of all living organisms.
- Human constitution, its effect on individual physical health
Recommended reading: • basic 1. Valeologiya: ed. V.I. Bobritsko.- Poltava: 2000.-Part 1, Part 4. Additional 2. Kosovanova L.M., Melnikova M.M., Aizman R.I. Screening diagnostics of the health of schoolchildren and students. Educational-methodical manual. - Novosibirsk, 2003; 3.Vayner E.N., Volynskaya E.V. Valeology: Training workshop. - M.: 2002 4. Medical and biological foundations
- Lecture No. 7 Topic: Environmental aspects of health and human survival prospects.
I. The history of the relationship between man and nature. II. Types of environmental pollution. III. Prospects for the survival of mankind. I The relationship between man and the biosphere so far has gone through several critical stages of development; 1. The crisis of the primitive appropriating economy (gathering and hunting alone for small game). Ancient people came out inventing spears,
- The effect of nutrition on the state of the dentition
Rational nutrition is an integral part of a person’s healthy lifestyle, playing a significant role in the prevention of major dental diseases (dental caries, gingivitis, periodontitis, etc.). The manifestation of this role of a balanced diet is expressed in the following aspects: • the formation of teeth resistant to adverse factors; • reduction of cariogenic effects of simple
- Module 3. The impact of the environment and heredity on human health
Module 3. The effects of the environment and heredity on health
- . Biological rhythms and their impact on human health. Desynchronosis and prevention of its consequences
. Biological rhythms and their impact on human health. Desynchronosis and its prevention
- The influence of environmental factors of air, water and soil on the state of the dentition
Any property or component of the environment that can have a direct or indirect (indirect) effect on living organisms is called an environmental factor. Conventionally, environmental factors are usually divided into biotic and abiotic. Biotic factors are the effects of wildlife components (animals, plants, microbes) on the body, abiotic are the effects on the body
- The effect of physical and chemical parameters of air on human health and hygiene requirements for the air-thermal regime of school premises
Optimal air conditions are an important factor in maintaining human health and performance. Adverse changes in the air can cause significant disturbances in the body: overheating or hypothermia of the body, hypoxia, the occurrence of infectious and other diseases, and decreased performance. In a comprehensive hygienic assessment of air, the following are taken into account: - physical
- Methods for assessing the state of the nervous system and the level of mental health of a person
The study of indicators of the state of the nervous system allows us to assess the quality of regulatory mechanisms in the body, which are fundamental in the formation of an adequate and timely adaptive response of the body to changing environmental conditions. Both human health and human performance depend on the functional state of the nervous system. Assessment of the activity of the nerve centers of the spinal
- LECTURE No. 4 HEALTH, NORM - WHAT IS IT? HEALTH IN HARMONY. THE CONCEPT "HEALTH", ITS CONTENT AND CRITERIA.
LECTURE No. 4 HEALTH, NORM - WHAT IS IT? HEALTH IN HARMONY. THE CONCEPT "HEALTH", ITS CONTENT AND
- Physical properties of water (temperature, transparency, color, taste, smell) and the effect of these properties on human health.
These include smell, taste, color and transparency, that is, those properties that can be determined by the human senses. Turbid, dyed in any color or having an unpleasant smell and taste, water is defective in sanitary-hygienic terms, even if it is harmless to the human body. Deterioration of the properties of water adversely affects the drinking water regime, reflexively
- The toxic effects of alcohol on human life support systems
In what ways and why does alcohol negatively affect human health? The considered features of the action of small doses of alcohol indicate that their use is incompatible with labor activity in the conditions of modern production. First of all, immediate decision-making is required here, high concentration and stability of attention, speed of response
- MODERN PERFORMANCE ABOUT HEALTH AND HEALTHY LIFESTYLE. RESEARCH AND EVALUATION OF HUMAN HEALTH AND ITS VIOLATIONS
Modern principles of health research are based on the use of a complex of morphofunctional indicators. A comprehensive system for assessing the level of health, including a study of the level of physical development, physiological and physical indicators at rest and their change under the influence of physical activity, allows you to quantify the level of health. Accounting for these indicators,
- Lecture No. 5 Topic: Physiology of the human body. Stress, its role in adapting a person to social and labor activities.
Lecture plan. 1. The structure and function of the nervous regulatory system of the human body. 2. The structure and function of the humoral regulatory system of the human body. 3. The concept of mental health. Criteria and factors determining psycho. health. The concept of stress as a general adaptation syndrome (the doctrine of stress G. Selye). 4. The essence of psychogenic stress and its effect on humans.