ISSN 2409-7616

Evseev V.O., Kargapolova E.V., Davydova Yu.A.


UDC 331:314.1


Evseev V.O.1 (Moscow, Russian Federation) –, Kargapolova E.V.1 (Moscow, Russian Federation) –, Davydova Yu.A.1 (Moscow, Russian Federation) –

1Plekhanov Russian University of Economics

Abstract. Representation of the problem. The health of the population is one of the most important indicators of the country’s development in the system, as it is associated with economic, social, environmental, political, demographic, psychological, ideological and other spheres of life. The population of the planet is aging, the duration of the working age is increasing, the value of the retirement age is shifting, therefore there is a need at the state level to determine a person’s health potential, to find out his own self-assessment of health, opinions on the effectiveness of those factors that form the concept of a “healthy lifestyle”. Methodology. To study the factors affecting a healthy lifestyle, the results of a specialized sociological study “Our Health” were analyzed, as a result of which responses were received from respondents aged 16 to 60 years and older. The study showed that the highest indicator of the assessment of their health in the population group at the age of 35 years. The indicators of this group became the basis for comparative analysis with the responses of other age groups. Regression and correlation analysis was used to assess the dynamics of deviations from the baseline values (groups of 35 years). Results. The study showed that to the greatest extent the factors affecting the health of the population are those that are associated with self-preservation behavior: rejection of bad habits, sleep, work and rest, alternation of physical and mental loads, rational eating behavior, positive psycho-emotional attitude. At the same time, social and environmental conditions also play a significant role in maintaining active longevity. Conclusions. Avalanche-like decline in self-esteem after 55 years requires further implementation of active longevity programs that allow older people to form a healthy lifestyle.

Keywords: healthy lifestyle, sociological research, correlation and regression analysis, multifactorial model, health factors.


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For citation: Evseev V.O., Kargapolova E.V., Davydova Yu.A. Healthy lifestyle in the system of multifactorial socio-economic analysis. CITISE, 2023, no. 1, pp. 16-30. DOI: