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The influence of valeology on human life
In many cases, the basis of most of a person’s problems that make his life less effective or joyless is the lack of adequate ideas and rules for choosing life goals and methods for their optimal achievement. Therefore, the first main task of valeology is to study the issues of choosing goals (their attainability, matching abilities, etc.) and the ways of their implementation, developing appropriate training programs.
The choice of the type of activity (work), attitude to professional growth and career - largely determines the position of a person in society, the circle of communication and the level of well-being (opportunities for maintaining health). Valeology should make a significant contribution to increasing the effectiveness of a person’s professional activity, which also corresponds to his personal interests and the interests of society, through training in the choice of work based on its social significance, assessment of one’s own abilities, inclinations and opportunities.
The solution of questions of personal life and relationships with others is one of the main factors that determine the internal state and external behavior of a person, characterizes the general culture of society.
Valueology should purposefully teach the culture of behavior, the ability to create a family, choose friends, maintain positive relationships, resolve conflicts, etc. based on an understanding of themselves and other people, which also corresponds to the interests of man and society.
Effective development (personal qualities, mental abilities, self-management, physical perfection, etc.) is the basis for obtaining the sensation and achievement of the above goals. Valeology should play a key role among other disciplines in the purposeful formation of an open, dynamic, spiritually strong, capable of independent development of man, which is especially necessary in conditions of continuous change in the socio-economic state of society.
One of the significant problems of our society is the low social activity of people, their inability to use the current legislation and choose worthy leaders.
The rapid establishment of the rule of law involves accelerating the solution of these problems by all available means, including through valeology. Its role is the formation of a strong, socially active person, capable of making a positive contribution to the social and political development of society.
Two basic conditions of people's social activity can be distinguished: negative (in the event that a person is forced to defend himself, etc.) and positive (based on the ability and understanding of the need for personal contribution to the development of society). Naturally, the second option is more desirable, but for its implementation, a person must learn to solve their own problems (personal life, environment, work, etc.), which is what the course of Valeology is primarily aimed at.
In addition, valeology should form a person’s interest and ability to actively interact with various state
structures, which is based on an understanding of the opportunities provided by the rule of law. The use of these opportunities by a person to solve his problems frees up his free time (one of the indicators of the well-being of society), which can be spent on development (improving health) and socially useful activities.
Valeology should also cultivate a person’s respect for the Law, understanding his need for regulating interpersonal, social, economic and political processes. Of course, for this, the system of legislation itself must be beautiful, clear, consistent and aimed at protecting the interests of man, his rights and freedoms. Unfortunately, at the moment, many laws are simply ignored, the number of offenses is increasing.
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The influence of valeology on human life
- Lesson in the circle of valeology on the topic: "Human habits"
Topic: human habits. Objectives: • to bring children to the concept of the influence of habits on human health and life; • teach a visual representation of occurring phenomena. Tasks: • help to understand and comprehend the cause-effect relationships of life manifestations; • direct towards the correct orientation choice. The course of the lesson Teacher: - Hello guys! On today
- Summary of the valeology lesson “I am a man”
Purpose: On the basis of research activities to develop the idea that a person is a part of nature, and at the same time a thinking creature; improve children's speech, develop imagination, creative imagination, communicative communication. Description The teacher offers to play the game "Living-inanimate." He tells the children that today they will talk about the person. Man is alive as
- The subject of Valeology is man. Bone system and its functions
A person has more than 200 bones (85 paired and 36 unpaired) which, depending on their shape and functions, are divided into: tubular (they perform mainly protective and supporting functions - ribs, sternum, vertebrae, etc.); flat (bones of the skull, pelvis); mixed (base of the skull). The composition of the bone includes organic and inorganic substances. Elasticity, elasticity of bones depends on the presence of organic
- Valeology as a complex science of human health
Valueology as a complex science of health
- Summary of the valeology lesson “Why does a person need hands?” (Didactic game)
Purpose: To introduce children to the meaning of hands using the method of playing and experimenting. Program tasks: continue work on the formation of the following concepts: 1) the value of hands for a person; 2) the similarity and difference in the structure of two hands; 3) the similarity and difference in the structure of man and animals. Teaching methods: game, observation, experimentation, logical reasoning, TRIZ (“Good -
- 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 №3 SUBJECT OF STUDYING VALEOLOGY - MAN. BONE SYSTEM AND ITS FUNCTIONS
LECTURE №3 SUBJECT OF STUDYING VALEOLOGY - MAN. BONE SYSTEM AND ITS
- I had a very active and fulfilling life; I can’t understand the meaning of her husband’s death note, which he wrote before committing suicide.
For the past year and a half, I have been trying in vain to understand him. Before his death, my husband wrote that he could not reach the level of my spiritual development. And now I'm afraid to return to my former active life. What to do? No one is responsible for anyone committing suicide. Your husband decided to just die this way, and this is his choice. You really consider yourself guilty of his death7 Think soberly and
- Description of valeology as a science. The main tasks of valeology
The main tasks of valeology: 1. The development and implementation of ideas about the essence of individual health, the search for models for its study, methods of assessment and forecasting. 2. Based on a quantitative assessment of an individual’s health, the development of screening and monitoring systems for the health of the population. 3. The formation of the "psychology of health." 4. Development of methodology and methods
- 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
- 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 a final metabolic product (a kind of “urine”), which is extremely dangerous for the life of all living organisms.
- Unemployed status and its impact on the meaning of human life
Unemployment in our country is perceived as an absolutely negative phenomenon. Becoming unemployed, a person cannot fully realize himself as a citizen, as a member of the family, as a person as a whole. Sociological studies show that unemployment is not declining, reaching significant sizes especially in rural areas. So, for example, statistics indicate that
- 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 mercies from nature, to take them from her is our task”), an active transformation is underway
- The effect of various doses of alcohol on the human condition
Before you start talking about alcohol as one of the health risk factors, you should apparently pay attention to the fact that the adverse effects associated with alcohol intake 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
- Lesson 9. Gender stereotypes and their impact on human behavior
Purpose: clarification of gender stereotypes of participants, awareness of their impact on behavior. Stage 1. Preliminary work on the analysis of stereotypes Before the lesson, participants receive homework on the study of gender stereotypes of society, reflected in the media, from representatives of the social environment - older people and peers. They need to determine how the media portray men and women,
- 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
- Electromagnetic fields and their effect on the body in the process of human life and professional activity
Life on Earth arose, developed and continues under the influence of relatively weak electromagnetic fields (EMFs) of natural origin, the sources of which are radiation from the Sun and Cosmos, the Earth’s magnetic properties, lightning discharges, etc. These fields, being a constantly acting environmental factor with a changing level of intensity have a certain effect on