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Lack of bad habits

Habit is a prevailing mode of behavior, the implementation of which in a certain situation acquires the character of a need for an individual. Sergei Ivanovich Ozhegov in his "Dictionary of the Russian Language" interprets the habit as "behavior, a course of action, an inclination that has become common or permanent for a person."

Each person has his own set of certain habits. They can be divided into useful, useless and harmful (primarily for human health). All habits we acquire throughout life.

Bad habits that are dangerous to the health of an individual person and society (drug addiction, alcoholism and smoking) are the result of heredity, upbringing, education and culture of a person.

The spontaneity of the emergence of a particular habit is only apparent. There is nothing accidental in life. By inheritance is not transmitted the inclination itself, as such, but only a predisposition to it, which may or may not appear. It all depends on the living conditions in which a child, adolescent or an adult is growing, developing and living.

Another important circumstance in the formation of habits is targeted education.
In the process of upbringing, a person develops behavioral skills accepted in the family, school or in the environment in which the person’s life proceeds. Education is the development of culture, value orientations, norms and needs of society, its spirituality and morality. Under the influence of a number of external circumstances, man develops bad inclinations and habits.

Parenting is closely related to education. In the process of education, a person learns the world in all its diversity in the past and present, it forms the worldview, attitude, worldview and general picture of the world. From what knowledge in childhood, in adolescence a person will receive, his worldview will depend. A well-known triad is taking shape: knowledge forms the worldview, and it, in turn, forms the culture of man. That is why it is very important from early childhood through instilling appropriate knowledge to form a hygienic culture, a health culture. By the way, there is no useless knowledge.
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Lack of bad habits

  1. The harmfulness of bad habits
    The realization of the opportunities inherent in a person depends on his lifestyle, everyday behavior, the habits acquired by him, the ability to intelligently manage the potential health opportunities for the benefit of himself, his family and the state. However, a number of habits that a person acquires in his school years and which he cannot then get rid of throughout his life are seriously
  2. Prevention of bad habits and sexually transmitted diseases
    The problem of alcohol consumption is very relevant today. Now the consumption of alcohol in the world is characterized by huge numbers. The whole society suffers from this, but first of all, the younger generation is at risk: children, adolescents, youth, as well as the health of expectant mothers. After all, alcohol is especially active in influencing the formed organism, gradually destroying it. Harm
  3. LECTURE No. 9 PREVENTION OF HARMFUL HABITS AND VENERIC DISEASES
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  4. 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
  5. Lecture 12. DAMAGE OF HARMFUL HABITS. ADDICTION, TOXICOMANIA AND SMOKING
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  6. . Medical and hygienic and sex education of adolescents. Features of a hygienic approach to the regimen of the day, study and personal hygiene of boys and girls. Medical and hygienic approaches to the prevention of bad habits, sexually transmitted diseases in older students. AIDS Prevention The effect of drugs on the human body and offspring.
    The specific immunization of HIV infection has not been developed. Educational preventive measures include: 1. inclusion of a lesson in the OBZh course of grades 10-11; 2. conducting various activities for young people aimed at creating a responsible attitude to their actions in life. Medical preventative measures include: * Blood donor screening,
  7. Developing mental habits
    The well-known psychologist, Professor William James said very correctly: “The good thing about training is that the nervous system from the enemy becomes our ally. To do this, as soon as possible make automatic and familiar as many useful actions as possible, and carefully resist the emergence of habits that are likely to bring no benefit. Acquiring a new habit or abandoning an old one,
  8. Modern man: in the yoke of habits and addictions
    In the minds of modern society, the combination of the words "spirituality of nutrition" has lost its attractive power. To a large extent, this was facilitated by the theory of balanced nutrition, which, in essence, debunks a person, portraying him as a kind of black hole into which the replenished and non-renewable resources of the Earth fail, denying his true purpose - to be the organizing principle of the noosphere -
  9. Tears (absence)
    Physical Blocking Tears are designed to protect the cornea. They nourish the cornea and ensure the smoothness of its surface. Lack or absence of tears causes dry eyes, a feeling of irritation, burning and discomfort. As a rule, these symptoms appear in a person who does not blink often enough. Emotional blocking A person suffering from this problem often
  10. Orgasm (absence)
    Physical Lock The following description refers to a person who does not reach orgasm during intercourse. Emotional blocking Since an orgasm is the opening of all the energy centers of the body (chakras), a person uses his absence to refuse what another person is offering him. He does not open for what is given to him. Such a person hardly accepts everything
  11. Lack of sexual development (gonad dysgenesis)
    Gonad dysgenesis (DG) is a congenital defect in the development of the gonads or their complete absence, which is most often caused by chromosomal abnormalities (quantitative or structural pathology of the sex chromosomes). Patients have an incomplete set of chromosomes (45X instead of 45XY), mosaicism (X0 / XX, X0 / XY, etc.), a defect in the short arm of the X chromosome, etc. However, due to the suppression of meiosis, the ovaries do not develop
  12. Lack of fatigue
    You never feel very tired. But if you catch a cold, your body feels tired, more than in many years. Even one cold in 10 years is a bad sign. After all, not a single bird or insect catches a cold, even in a cold climate, in cold weather. The roots of this disease are therefore deep. If you say, “This is very difficult to understand,” “It is impossible to understand,” or “I do not
  13. LACK OF MILK FORMATION AT FEMALE
    The normal nutritional requirements of newborns are every 2 hours. Without food, newborns will die, so the lack of milk in the female (agalactia) requires urgent intervention. Agalactia is indicated by the restless behavior of the puppies. They scream, look for nipples, crawl away unsatisfied and try again after attempt. The mother may not be anxious at this time. Her mammary glands
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