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2021 Volume 12 Issue 4

Possibilities of Students' Health Improvement through Physical Training in the Aquatic Environment


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Regular execution of movements while in the aquatic environment, ensuring the swimming process, heals the entire body. As a result of regular swimming, many positive changes occur in human tissues. As a result of systematic swimming training, a functional improvement of all human internal organs occurs. Frequent swimming training improves health and enhances the severity of physical and mental performance. Swimming strengthens the heart, improves vascular function, trains skeletal muscles, activates immunity, stimulates the breathing process, neutralizes most of the effects of stress, and tones all body tissues. Swimming is considered as a dosed physical activity that forms a stable positive emotional background and leads to the recovery of the whole organism. In the central nervous system, during the performance of motor actions in the aquatic environment, a more pronounced intensification of life processes occurs than during the performance of physical exercises on land. This effect is possible due to the stimulation of skin receptors with water. Private swimming training stimulates the autonomic nervous system. Swimming weakens the activity of its sympathetic part and increases the biological capabilities of its parasympathetic component. This contributes to the normalization of peripheral vascular tone, optimizes heart rate, lowers blood pressure, stimulates gas exchange processes, contributing to an increase in oxygen content in the blood, and intensifies metabolism in all cells.


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Karpov VY, Medvedev IN, Komarov MN, Dorontsev AV, Kumantsova ES, Mikhailova OD. Possibilities of Students' Health Improvement through Physical Training in the Aquatic Environment. J Biochem Technol. 2021;12(4):67-71. https://doi.org/10.51847/JesqloXQhS
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Karpov, V. Y., Medvedev, I. N., Komarov, M. N., Dorontsev, A. V., Kumantsova, E. S., & Mikhailova, O. D. (2021). Possibilities of Students' Health Improvement through Physical Training in the Aquatic Environment. Journal of Biochemical Technology, 12(4), 67-71. https://doi.org/10.51847/JesqloXQhS
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Journal of Biochemical Technology is a double-blind peer reviewed International Journal published by the Deniz Publication on behalf of the Biochemical Technology Society, a Registered Charity Organization from India

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