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In strengthening health, increasing efficiency and preventing colds, hardening is a good help.

It is important to begin hardening of the body in childhood, when thermoregulation is in the process of formation, and mechanisms of immunobiological protection develop. For complete hardening, it is necessary to use a set of hardening procedures, observing the principles of complexity, gradualness, systematicity and taking into account the individual characteristics of the body.

Cold hardening is the most common and practically the most important, as it helps prevent acute respiratory viral infections by stimulating immune responses and improving thermoregulation processes.

Hardening is carried out only as a result of a prolonged systematic training effect of physical factors on the body with a gradual increase in the intensity and duration of exposure.


In this test, the author uses a number of literature sources.

Valeology. Healthy lifestyle. LLC Horizont Consulting 2001. In which Professor V.I.Dubrovsky considers the main issues of a healthy lifestyle: causes of diseases and methods of prevention with non-pharmacological agents.

Also materials collected from various articles. Which states the rules of hardening.

This work is devoted to the hardening of the body, which consists of an introduction, four chapters, conclusion and literature.
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Introduction

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