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Authors:  T. I. Dzhandarova, E. A. Milashechkina, and V. S. Milashechkin
Abstract:
The level of health of students is in the zone of close attention of modern scientists. This is due to an increase in the number of students with health deviations, which directly affects the quality of students’modern life [12, 15]. Cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) and neurodegenerative diseases have become common with rapid changes in modern diet and lifestyle [8]. Moreover, the disease “vegetative-vascular dystonia” is often diagnosed. According to scientists, the modern interpretation of this kind of disturbances in the state of health can relate to both CVDs and pathological changes in the autonomic nervous system [10]. At the same time, a number of authors believe that the appearance of these violations arises in connection with changes in environmental conditions (climate and geographic, ecological, social) and the body's response to these changes [14, 16]. Some researchers classify vegetative-vascular dystonia (VVD) as a disease associated with impaired circadian organization of the autonomic nervous system [4]. The identification of a specific rhythmic organization of the functioning of the leading adaptive systems of the body is very important for the diagnosis of psychosomatic disorders and the selection of methods for correcting the “failure” of biorhythms [13]. A special role in these processes is assigned to the rhythms of the neuroendocrine system, which provides temporary synchronization of biochemical reactions and physiological functions [7, 9].
In connection with the above mentioned, the goal of our study was to identify daily biorhythms of cortisol and sex hormones in students with a diagnosis of vegetative-vascular dystonia. 


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