The influence of physical activity in female students' lifestyle on their wellness

The students indicate a lifestyle as the factor which has the biggest impact on the health condition. It includes systematic physical activity (88%), sensible diet (63%) and stress prevention (55%). Taking care of an unborn child’s health (45%) and avoiding stimulants (29%) are also important factors. The majority of the surveyed students are satisfied with the way they spend their free time (58%). However, it is not related to the quantity of pro-health activities in free time. Students satisfied with their free time management choose physical activities (C = 0.39) – do recreational sport, go to the disco, walk and spend time in the open more frequently (C=0.39) and rarely watch TV in comparison to students dissatisfied with their leisure time. However, these differences are statistically insignificant. Doing recreational sport applies to every third student (31%). The most popular ways of spending free time include walking (88%), social meetings (79%), watching TV (70%) and surfing the Internet (69%). Students (also with regard to the choice of the faculty) are highly aware of the importance of caring for health throughout a healthy lifestyle. However, practical actions do not reflect this awareness due to the lack of a proper attitude to physical education.
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