Adaptation capabilities of functional systems of the body of adolescents with vegetative dystonia syndrome
Keywords:adolescents, gender, nervous system, perinatal pathology, vegetative dystonia syndrome
The publication discusses the mechanisms of adaptation to physical activity in adolescents with autonomic dystonia syndrome, depending on gender and the presence of a history of perinatal pathology of the central nervous system. Analysis of the adaptive capabilities of the functional systems of the body of adolescents with autonomic dystonia syndrome and adolescents in the Youth Center of the city of Tashkent in dynamics for the period 2018-2020 revealed the tension of the adaptive capabilities of the heart rate regulation systems in the groups of examined adolescents with PPNS, the most pronounced in adolescent girls with PPNS.
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