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The Impact Of The Contemporary Way Of Life On The Posture Of The Body In Children

Silviya Filkova, Veselina Mihaleva

Abstract

The contemporary model of life affects our health in physical, psychological and social aspect. It is characterized by decreased physical activity and increased time spent sitting.

The purpose of this study is to determine the impact of modern lifestyle on the posture of the body in children.

Scientific publications in medical databases, including original empirical and theoretical developments exploring physical activity, sedentary behavior and posture of the body in children, have been studied.

Reduced physical activity and sedentary behavior have a negative impact on the posture of the body in children. It is advisable to promote a healthy lifestyle by improving physical activity and reducing screen time in order to create the conditions for the proper development of the skeletal and muscular system.


Keywords

physical activity, sedentary behavior, incorrect body posture, contemporary lifestyle

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.14748/vmf.v7i0.6615

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