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Main Aspects Of The Consequences Of Poor Body Posture In Children

Silviya Filkova, Veselina Mihaleva

Abstract

In recent years, the physical activity among children and young people has been replaced by activities that are more closely related to lack of movement. Under the influence of these unhealthy models of life, the posture of children has changed.

The aim of this study is to explore the main aspects of the consequences of the change in body posture in children and to provide guidance on prevention and prophylaxis.

A large number of scientific publications on this issue have been studied. The key guidelines for prevention and prophylaxis of poor posture in children are outlined.

A negative trend toward a growing spread of poor body posture in children and adolescents is observed. It affects negatively different organs and systems. It is appropriate to take timely action to remove these unfavorable conditions for growth and development and to improve physical activity.


Keywords

reduced physical activity, behaviour related to the lack of movement, benefits, poor body posture

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.14748/vmf.v7i0.6117

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