IMPACT OF HEALTH ACTIVITIES ON THE PSYCHOVEGETATIVE FACILITATION OF STUDENTS’ ADAPTATION
Rubrics: BIOLOGY
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The article presents the results of a study of the influence of the sylvinite speleoclimatic chamber and neurofeedback-therapy on the student’s adaptation process. With the help of automated methods of psychophysiological features, the authors studied parameters of heart rate variability, indices of personal and situational anxiety and the general health – activity – mood test in 29 students of the university during the period of training before and after the health measures. It has been established that ten sessions of speleoclimatotherapy did not affect the specificity of neurodynamic parameters, but led to a change in the psychological state of students and the degree of tension of regulatory systems: the number of people with high situational anxiety decreased, a positive trend was observed in terms of well-being, activity, mood; the values of the integral index of the stress index decreased. At the impact of ten sessions of the nerofeedback-training there are significant changes in the mechanisms of regulation of the heart rhythm: the degree of tension of the regulatory systems decreases and the activity of sympathetic and parasympathetic influences on the regulation of the heart rhythm; vegetative regulation has shifted either towards the equilibrium effect of the autonomic nervous system, or in the direction of intensifying the activity of parasympathetic influences.

Keywords:
adaptation, neurodynamic parameters, vegetative regulation, heart rhythm, speleoclimatotherapy, neurofeedback-training
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