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DYNAMICS OF FUNCTIONAL STATUS OF STUDENTS WITH NEUROCIRCULATORY ASTHENIA HYPOTONIC TYPE BASED ON METHODS OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION

SEYED DAVOUD DAVOUDI, B. A. POLYAEV, L. B. ANDRONOVA, M. V. PANYUKOV, V. A. FESHENKO PIROGOV RUSSIAN NATIONAL RESEARCH MEDICAL UNIVERSITY, MOSCOW, RUSSIA
Objectives: to determine the unique characteristics of the cardio-vascular system in students with with neurocirculatory asthenia hypotonic type based on methods of physical education.
Materials and Methods: survey146studentsof 1–2 courses of medical, pediatric, medical and biological faculties of the Pirogov Russian National Research Medical University, Aged 17–19 years. All students were divided into two groups: 86women from special medical group with a diagnosis of neuro-circulatory dystonia treated with the cyclical nature of the load (gr.1) and 60 – of special medical group to which the classroom for physical education purpose fully cyclic loads are not applied – control group (gr. 2). The survey was conducted of students twice (I semester 1 course and IV semester 2 course) and consisted of assessing the physical development, research overall physical performance and functional status of the cardiovascular system in terms of heart rate, systolic and diastolic blood pressure, test of visual-motor response and Luscher test.
Results: the present studyproves theexistence of the positive effect of physical training for acyclical nature neurocirculatory dystonia hypotonic type on the basis ofchanges inhemodynamics, exercise capacity andpsycho- emotionalstatus. Conclusion: cyclic physical exercise can increase functional adaptation and physical work capacity of an individual.
Keywords: 
neuro circulatory asthenia, hypotonic type, health of students, basic indicators of hemodynamics, psycho-motor response test, psycho-emotional status, cyclic physical exercise, functional status, physical work capacity.