Life Style Affecting Students Health

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RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

The Study on ‘Effect of lifestyle of the youth on their health’

To study the effect of lifestyle of the youth on their health

Objective :

The study is focused on bringing a direct relationship between an individual’s life style and it’s effect on their health. For this Research we concentrated on the age group between 18 & 35 where a disordered lifestyle pattern can be observed.

Abstract:

Life style determines one’s attitude towards life. It even reflects your personality and the path to success. The one who followed a disciplined life style pattern is observed to have good health and longer life than others.

This study concentrates on the following lifestyle attributes and how they affect the persons health.

• Food habit’s ( junk food, timely food etc)& Substance abuse

• Working environment

• Pollution

• Physical exercise

• Sexual Abuse & Mental health.

Type of research: Causal Research. Literature study – various health issues faced by youth in the past and the change over time.

Solution : We intend to find the causes , give necessary suggestions and create awareness among the youth regarding their lifestyle and the way it affects their health.

LITERATURE REVIEW

I had gone through many articles and after having a detailed study on it, came to a conclusion that a healthy lifestyle in youth increases the chances for a good quality of life as an adult. More importantly, it provides the elements for good mental and physical fitness during the growth stage. For instance, the National Osteoporosis Foundation reports that humans build as much as 90 percent of their lifetime bone mass as children and adolescents. Getting adequate calcium, vitamin D and weight-bearing exercise for healthy bones and teeth is just one example of how crucial it is for young people to eat right and exercise regularly.

Adolescence can bring skin problems, and a sedentary lifestyle can encourage weight problems. Kids and teens can benefit from a healthy diet that discourages acne and promotes clear skin. You can look your best by eating plenty of fruits, veggies, whole grains and low fat protein foods and not smoking. This type of diet -- plus daily exercise -- will keep your weight under control. A good diet and physical activity are also important to maintaining mental health and getting restful sleep. The Centres for Disease Control, or CDC, relates that sticking with an exercise routine can help you sleep better and avoid depression, two more threats to children and adolescents. Eating well, and especially making sure to have breakfast, can help you do better on tests, notes the Food Research and Action Centre. Being mentally alert and physically refreshed every day makes you feel your best. Diet and exercise are linked because you need fuel for your body to be able to play hard. Many kids enjoy sports, working out or just living a busy life. Getting the vitamins, minerals, protein and other nutrients that your body uses daily for thousands of processes requires healthy and varied dietary sources. The CDC notes that plenty of physical activity helps to strengthen your bones and muscles during youth. By keeping your weight down and fulfilling your nutritional needs, you'll be able to train or compete in sports and enjoy your leisure activities. The CDC reports that this type of lifestyle also promotes healthy aging and a better chance for a long life. Eating nutritious meals that help you stay active can reduce your risk for many diseases that may begin developing when you are young. These include type 2 diabetes, heart disease and some types of cancer. Pursuing a healthy lifestyle can also greatly reduce your chance of growing up to be an overweight or obese adult. Many overweight adults must live restricted lifestyles due to a lack of mobility and heart health.

Research Problem

In today’s world, lifestyle...
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