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Title: Health habits and their formation among today’s young people of school age in Poland
Authors: Michalska, A.
Keywords: Polish youth;the dynamics of health problems;environment education;health education;injury;disorder;prophylaxis
Issue Date: 2015
Publisher: Khmelnytskyi National University
Citation: Michalska A. Health habits and their formation among today’s young people of school age in Poland / A. Michalska // Comparative Professional Pedagogy. – 2015. – Vol. 5, Iss. 3. – P. 64-69.
Abstract: This paper presents the impact of health education on life expectancy and adaption to modern conditions. The acquisition of healthy attitude in the first and second decade of life influences the development of trade, economic status and helps efficiently cope with stress. The article highlights the impact of “health literacy”, the school environment and family upbringing and subsequent persistence in health. Organization of education should be started from childhood. Unfortunately many teachers and parents cannot supply information about sanitary education, correct sanitation, healthy nutrition and physical activity. Disciples who lack support and knowledge can be exposed under pressure of contemporary risky operations. Pediatric population makes up to 30 % of the whole population. In the first and second decade of life the baby is shaped and strengthens previously instilled habits. Stage of puberty is the most favorable moment for proper physical development of young people. During this period perpetuate conscious health behaviors, but at the same time there are health risk behaviors. These behaviors affect the quality and duration in health. Measures of health policy on school-age children should be focused primarily on prevention and health promotion.
Content type: Стаття
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