HEALTH SAVING STRATEGY AS A FACTOR OF “SOCIETY WELLNESS”

Olga Когiakovtseva, Irina Tarkhanova, Irena Upeniece, Voldemars Arnis, Polina Fedorova

Abstract


The article deals with the problem of reducing the motor activity of a modern man, especially a young man, in connection with scientific and technological progress. The results of the presented study confirm these fears: inactive lifestyle is becoming the norm. The importance of promoting the health saving strategy as one of the factors of successful social and economic development of the society is justified.

Keywords


active lifestyle; health saving; physical inactivity; physical activity; policy of healing the nation

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.17770/sie2018vol1.3337

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