Shebeko L.L., Bulyha V.V.
Approaches to optimizing physical activity for people with hereditary disorders of the connective tissue
Polessky State University, Pinsk, Republic of Belarus
Vestnik VGMU. 2021;20(4):75-80.
The aim of the study was to assess the morphofunctional state and the level of motor activity of young people with phenotypic signs of hereditary connective tissue disorders. The study involved 320 students studying at the educational institution «Polessky State University» at the age of 17 to 20 years. In the course of the study the quantitative characteristics of the occurrence of phenotypic markers of hereditary connective tissue disorders in young people were determined, the functional characteristics of the body were estimated using anthropometry indicators, a functional test with dosed physical activity, and the level of motor activity of the subjects was assessed.
As a result of the study, a high incidence of external signs of hereditary connective tissue disorders was revealed (in 39.1 % of the studied young people). The revealed functional features of the body of individuals with phenotypic manifestations of hereditary connective tissue disorders are expressed in an unfavorable reaction of the cardiovascular system to physical activity, unsatisfactory indicators of adaptation of functional systems, and a low level of motor activity.
The carried out analysis of the data on the functional state of individuals with phenotypic manifestations of hereditary connective tissue disorders allows us to choose the optimal criteria for differentiating physical activity based on the identified features and functional disorders.
Key words: hereditary connective tissue disorders, functional state, adaptive capabilities.
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Information about authors:
Shebeko L.L. – Candidate of Medical Sciences, associate professor, head of the Chair of General and Clinical Medicine, Polessky State University;
Bulyha V.V. –lecturer of the Chair of Physical Culture and Sport, Polessky State University.