ISSN 2409-7616

E. Kochieva, A. Chibirova



Elina R. Kochieva –Candidate of biological sciences, Associate Professor of the Department of Sports Games and biomedical disciplines Faculty of Physical Education and Sports North Ossetian  State University named after K.L. Khetagurova, Vladikavkaz, Russian Federation, E-mail:

Alda K. Chibirova –Candidate of agricultural sciences, Associate Professor of the Department of Natural Sciences and Psychology South Ossetian State State University named after A.A. Tibilova, Tskhinvali, Republic of South Ossetia, E-mail:

Abstract. The article is devoted to the pedagogical analysis of the problem of identifying and assessing the adaptive capabilities of students of a modern university on the basis of sanogenetic monitoring of their health status and mechanisms for minimizing the effects of external factors on the physical, mental, somatic and physiological health of students. A comprehensive assessment of students’ health, the identification of subjective reactions to the study load is carried out based on the position of the doctrine of sanology. Based on these principles, various types of sanogenetic monitoring have been developed and widely used, which allow an objective assessment of the functional reserve of the vital adaptive systems of the student’s body. Sanology studies questions about the state of health, basic mechanisms, means, techniques and conditions for its preservation and strengthening. The main task of sanogenetic monitoring is to assess the functional reserves of the vital systems of the body: digestive, cardiovascular, circulatory, respiratory, nervous and musculoskeletal. Sanogenetic monitoring is implemented taking into account the leading theoretical provisions characterizing its content, structure and scientific and methodological apparatus. Revealing the degree of tension in the functioning of vital systems of the body in the process of studying at a university makes it possible to change the situation for the better in the early stages and to form students’ value-motivational attitude to a healthy lifestyle. Thus, health can be defined as the state of a living organism capable of performing its basic functions at an appropriate level. At present, besides biomedical, sanology has a high social and pedagogical significance. Of course, it is more rational to strive to ensure that the disease does not develop, or to minimize the consequences of pathological processes.

Keywords: teaching schoolchildren, adaptive capabilities of schoolchildren, students’ health, sanogenetic monitoring, educational policy.


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For citation:

Kochieva E.R., Chibirova A.K. Management of sanogenetic monitoring as a mechanism for assessing the adaptive capabilities of students. CITISE, 2020, no. 4, pp.299-306. DOI: