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REGULATION OF THE FUNCTIONAL STATE OF STUDENTS ON THE BASIS OF MEDICO-PHYSIOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT OF REGULATORY SYSTEMS

V. V. GORELIK TOGLIATTI STATE UNIVERSITY, TOGLIATTI, RUSSIA

Objective: to validate the effectiveness of the application of modern biomedical technology in secondary schools in order to improve health promotion in the educational process. Materials and methods: 88 students (42 girls, 46 boys) of the 5th and 6th school year (aged 11–12) were investigated during the lessons of physical education (PE) in the same conditions. Physiological parameters and the type of vegetative regulation were determined in the main group (MG) and the comparison group (CG). Participants of the CG were offered a basic program of PE, and those od the MG basic program and 2 extra lessons of volleyball, basketball or handball. Specially selected physical exercises for optimizing of regulatory systems were used in the MG. Each student was given recommendations on the selection of adequate physical activity.
Results: consideration of the state of regulatory systems and correction of the motor activity during the lesson of physical education, is beneficial for optimization of the functional state of student and increases the number of students with optimal state of regulatory systems, which can be considered as physiological norm.
Conclusions: Medical and physiological assessment of regulatory systems of students contributes to the timely determination of the adaptive capacity of the organism. These data can be used for development of individualized health and fitness recommendations for optimization of the functional state. The key feature of adaptation of students who used different modes of motor activity (simulation exercise) during PE lessons was stabilizing their functional state
Keywords: 
cardiointervalogramms; analysis of heart rate variability; adaptation of students; functional characteristics; types of vegetative regulation.