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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.
The harm of alcohol is obvious. It is proved that when alcohol enters the body, it is carried by blood to all organs and adversely affects them until destruction.
With the systematic use of alcohol, a dangerous disease develops - alcoholism. Alcoholism is dangerous to human health, but it can be cured, like many other diseases.
But the main problem is that most of the alcohol products produced by non-state enterprises contain a large amount of toxic substances.
Poor quality products often lead to poisoning and even death.
There are two diametrically opposite views on the quality of alcoholic beverages in people. Some (wine peoples) prefer high-quality natural wines, while others place strong alcoholic beverages above all else, which is distilled alcohol diluted with water (vodka peoples). All East Slavic peoples are traditionally ranked as the last type; now the use of strong alcoholic beverages has become our tradition.
A tribute to tradition - this is one of the first reasons for drunkenness. Vodka takes first place in terms of consumption of all alcoholic beverages. A way out of this situation may be a change in this tradition: training the population to consume mainly wines, and fostering a “drinking culture”.
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Prevention of bad habits and sexually transmitted diseases
- LECTURE No. 9 PREVENTION OF HARMFUL HABITS AND VENERIC DISEASES
LECTURE No. 9 PREVENTION OF HARMFUL HABITS AND VENERAL
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- Prevention of sexually transmitted diseases
Personal prevention consists in maintaining a healthy lifestyle, refraining from accidental sexual intercourse, from excessive consumption of alcoholic beverages, which in most cases are one of the causes of promiscuous sexual life. To date, there are no absolutely reliable means to guarantee the prevention of infection. The use of condoms significantly reduces the risk of infection,
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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
- 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
- Lecture 8. VENERAL DISEASES AND THEIR PREVENTION
Lecture 8. Venereal diseases and theirs
- 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
- Lecture 12. DAMAGE OF HARMFUL HABITS. ADDICTION, TOXICOMANIA AND SMOKING
Lecture 12. DAMAGE OF HARMFUL HABITS. ADDICTION, TOXICOMANIA AND
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- Sexually transmitted diseases and their prevention
Happiness is like health: when you do not notice it, then it is. Ivan Turgenev Sexually Transmitted Diseases. Urogenital infections. Venereology. Syphilis. Gonorrhea. Chlamydia Trichomoniasis Sexually transmitted infections have long been referred to as sexually transmitted diseases or, as they are now called, sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). Since the restructuring and the beginning
- VENEREAL DISEASES
Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs, STIs) will be more correct to call sexually transmitted diseases. Therefore, the organs of the genitourinary system turn out to be the object of the pathogenic effect. These diseases have been known to mankind for a long time, but only in recent decades have they learned how to effectively treat them. However, do not underestimate the danger that they themselves
- Sexually transmitted diseases and infectious skin diseases
Everyone entering the pre-trial detention center is carefully examined to identify signs of a sexually transmitted disease or infectious skin diseases. Particular attention is paid to the condition of the skin of the scalp, mucous membranes of the oral cavity, genitals, and anal area. Palpable cervical, submandibular, supraclavicular and subclavian, axillary and inguinal
- Bad habits, their prevention and correction
Most habits, in our understanding, have the epithet “bad”. And the very concept of “addiction” in psychology is explained as negative learning, the effect of which is the lack of response to the stimulus. Let's try to understand these concepts in more detail. Take adult habits first. Smoking. This habit develops as a dependence of the respiratory center on substances that cause additional
- Principles for the prevention of the harmful effects of production factors
Activities for the prevention of occupational diseases are individual in relation to each individual hazard and each hotel production process. Common are only some of the most important principles on which preventive measures are based on individual hazards and individual industries. The general principles of prevention include: 1. Hygienic
- Major sexually transmitted diseases
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- Methods and techniques for examining patients with skin and venereal diseases
For successful treatment of the patient, a correctly diagnosed disease is necessary. However, the diagnosis of the disease is the most difficult process. An important role in the diagnosis is played by experience, the ability to conduct differential diagnosis, use diagnostic methods and techniques that help establish the correct diagnosis. Introducing some of the most common and
- TOXIC PRODUCTIVITY SUBSTANCES AND PREVENTIVE MEASURES FOR THEIR HARMFUL EXPOSURE
General sanitary and hygienic requirements for the air of the working area are regulated by the GOST 12.1.005-88 of the same name; normal gas composition of air (in volume percent): nitrogen - 78.02; oxygen - 20.95; carbon dioxide - 0.03; argon, neon, krypton, xenon, radon, ozone, hydrogen - up to a total of 0.94. Tea Work Zone - a space up to 2 m above the floor or platform on which
- Prevention measures for industrial pollution by harmful chemicals
The basis of preventive measures (see Chapter 10) is the integrated application of legislative, technological, hygienic and medical and preventive measures. We single out hygienic and medical and preventive measures: recording and investigating the causes of occupational poisoning; preliminary and periodic medical examinations of employees; sanitary instruction; use of measures