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The place of valeology among other sciences

Valeology is a scientific field based on knowledge of age-related anatomy, physiology, a wide range of medical sciences (psychology, hygiene, etc.), sociology, pedagogy, economics and aimed at the formation of scientific knowledge and human health needs. It is assumed that the science of health should be integral, developing at the intersection of biology, genetics, medicine, pedagogy, psychology, and other sciences. The need to isolate valeology into an independent discipline has been proved by modern scientific research and the practical activities of many specialists (doctors, physiologists), who have revealed a low level of knowledge among young people about the ways of forming and strengthening health, about the principles of a healthy lifestyle. It is necessary to determine the general basis of the relationship of valeology as an independent science with other sciences, based on the fact that the subject of valeology is health.

Scheme: Interaction of valeology with other sciences

Biology - explores the laws of vital activity of organisms in phylogenesis, forms an evolutionary view of the nature of health, creates an integral picture of the biological world.

Ecology - provides the scientific basis for the rational nature of use, explores the nature of the relationship "society - man - environment" and develops optimal models for their construction, generates knowledge about aspects of the dependence of health on the environment.

Medicine - develops health standards, substantiates a system of knowledge and practical activities to promote and maintain health, and to prevent and treat diseases.

Psychology - studies the laws of mental development of a person, the state of the psyche in various conditions of life.

Pedagogy - develops goals, objectives, content and technologies of valueology education and upbringing.

Physical education and physical culture - determine the patterns of maintaining and improving the physical development and preparedness of a person, as integral characteristics of health.

Sociology - reveals the social aspects of maintaining, strengthening and maintaining health and health risk factors.

Politics - determines the role, strategy and tactics of the state in ensuring and shaping the health of its citizens.

Economics - substantiates the economic aspects of ensuring health and the economic value of health in ensuring the well-being of the people and the security of the state.

History - traces the historical roots, the continuity of ways, means and methods of maintaining health in the world, region, ethnic group.

Geography - establishes the climatogeographic and socio-economic specifics of the region and the relationship of man with the environment in the aspect of human adaptation.
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The place of valeology among other sciences

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