Lopsan Aldini Danzyn-oolovna
Postgraduate student of the Department of anatomy, physiology, life safety, Tyva state University, aldynaild@mail.ru, Kyzyl
Buduk-ool Larisa Kara-Salovna
Доктор биологических наук, Dr. Sci. (Biolog.), Prof. of the Department of Anatomy, Physiology and Life Safety, Tuvan State University, buduk-ool@mail.ru, Kyzyl

Features of bioelectrical activity of the brain of boys with different physical activity depending on the level of anxiety

Of interest is the study of bioelectric activity of the brain Tuvan youths living in uncomfortable climatic conditions, under the influence of mental and emotional stress, significant physical loads, using the method of neurogenerative safely for health to assess the energy metabolism of the brain. The study included 164 boys aged 17–21 years: with high physical activity − 41 volleyball player, 40 wrestlers, 43 young men, engaged in physical training; 40 young men with low physical activity. The study found that boys with high physical activity are less anxious, which is associated with the specifics of their sports activities, accompanied by highly emotional tension, leading to better adaptation to stress. Better functional state of the brain and an intensive energy exchange in boys engaged in General physical training. Volleyball players, wrestlers and young men with low physical activity is an optimal level of functioning of the brain.
bioelectrical activity of the brain, anxiety, volleyball players, wrestlers, General physical preparation

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