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INFLUENCE OF THE COMPUTER ON THE HEALTH OF STUDENTS
Today, when civilization has reached such heights, the problem of human health is acute. Despite the fact that science does not stand still, discoveries are made in the field of medicine, biology, genetics and other sciences, health indicators are constantly falling. And this is no coincidence. The rhythm of our life often makes us forget about our health. Often we don’t think about what we eat, how much time we spend on sleeping and working at the computer, what type of rest we choose, etc. But we must not forget that it is on our chosen lifestyle that the state of our health depends on 50%. Other factors: genetic (20–25%), environment (20–25%), and medical support (8–10%).
If we consider Russia, for example, in terms of life expectancy, we lag behind Europe (for women -71-72 years of life, for men-56-58 years). The main causes of death are cardiovascular diseases (56%), accidents (12-13%), oncology (13%), respiratory and gastrointestinal diseases (4% each) and the remaining 2% are due to other diseases.
All these data confirm the importance of maintaining your health. This issue is addressed by valeology, a discipline representing a body of knowledge about health and a healthy lifestyle.
Theme of my work: "The impact of computers and cell phones on the health of students." Against the general background, it seems to me that the widespread informatization and computerization of society has a very strong influence on the general level of health. High technology allows a modern person to keep up with the times, but adversely affect the somatic and mental health of adults, and even more children. Minimizing the harmful effects of a computer on a child’s body is becoming one of the important tasks facing a modern school.
In the development of a computer training strategy, a preventive direction should be provided, including overcoming risk factors and actively educating students in hygienic conditions.
Today it is impossible to imagine the future without a computer. Work on it teaches children a new, simpler and faster way to receive and process information. And the ability to find the material necessary for the activity and process it efficiently accelerates and optimizes the thinking process. The computer can become an assistant in the intellectual development of the child, the development of the profession, and can destroy health and lead to social maladaptation.
It is advisable to teach a child to use the capabilities of a computer so that it would be beneficial, and not harmful, to the task of adults: parents and teachers. Only an adult can explain to a child the importance of maintaining good health and instilling a healthy lifestyle. After all, children's age is flexible for the adoption of new information. With age, changing your lifestyle is much more difficult, as you have to break stereotypes and habits. Therefore, it is from childhood that it is necessary to explain the rules of hygiene and a healthy lifestyle.
Purpose: to form a child’s knowledge about the impact of a computer and a cell phone on human health.
Tasks set before the program:
1. To talk about the main factors affecting the health of people working at a computer;
2. To tell about the diseases caused by prolonged work at the computer;
3. Give medical advice on working on a computer;
4. To tell about the harmful effects of cellular communications on the human body and give recommendations for reducing this impact;
5. To inculcate a conscientious attitude to your health.
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INFLUENCE OF THE COMPUTER ON THE HEALTH OF STUDENTS
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