STATE OF AUTONOMIC NERVOUS SYSTEM OF MEDICAL HIGHER SCHOOL STUDENTS AND ITS RELATIONS WITH THEIR PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND OPERATION WITH THE COMPUTER
L.D.Korovina, T.M. Zaporozhets
Higher school of Ukraine "Ukrainian Medical Dental Academy"
The state of autonomic nervous system of the first-second
years students and its relations with their physical activity, the
experience and operation duration with computers have been
explored. The observed base vegetative tonus was vagotonia
and eytonia mainly (93,2%), vegetative reactivity was asympathetic
and sympathetic (77,0%) mainly. Autonomic nervous
system sympathetic part excitability in orthostatic test in 61,1%
of the students was norm, while parasympathetic part reactivity in oculocardiac test was norm or reduced (72,8% of students)
mainly. Work with the computer during 3 hours and more a day
enhances sympathetic influences on heart activity, but increase
of total work time promotes to relative decrease of sympatetic
tonus. Vegetative reactivity grows both with increase of the
operating time with the computer and with increase of the
sport exercises duration.
students; autonomic nervous system; work with computer; physical activity
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