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At the beginning of April, the SPbPU Public Relations Department and the Higher School of Media Communications and Public Relations of the Humanitarian Institute teamed up to jointly hold a health week for university students and employees as part of the Lepota project. The events were timed to coincide with World Health Day, which is celebrated on April 7.

Being healthy is one of the basic values of a modern person. During the week, polytechnic students learned how to maintain their health – physically and mentally.

On April 1, a lecture was held with addictologist Anna Morozova, at which participants found out everything about dopamine addiction – one of the pressing problems of the younger generation. The speaker explained why we become addicted to games, social networks and sugar. And she gave valuable advice that can help overcome these weaknesses.

At the second lecture they talked about the main problem of our time – physical inactivity. How to be “in touch” with your body, stay healthy and slim even if you sit for eight hours a day? Every person asks these questions sooner or later. Osteopathic doctor Ainur Bakhshieva shared her answers to them.

The health week concluded with a master class with endocrinologist Olga Ovchinnikova. There, students and teachers learned how to “hack” their body and stay young, healthy and productive for as long as possible. It was about biohacking. This is the amateur use of innovative technologies with the aim of activating the hidden capabilities of the human body, improving its physiological state, and increasing life expectancy.

For the second year in a row, we are holding events at our university dedicated to World Health Day. We are very glad that this time we were able to conduct in-person master classes and answer pressing questions on the topic of health, while at the same time proving that being healthy is cool. We would like even more polytechnicians to take care of their health, to be cheerful and happy. And we are ready to help them with this,” said the head of the student team of the project and 3rd year student of the “Advertising and Public Relations” direction at GSMISO Ekaterina Dyakova.

Everyone took part in prize draws from speakers and project partners. The winners received useful accessories for a healthy lifestyle.

And if you didn’t make it to the in-person health week events, you have a chance to watch useful videos with experts inofficial VKontakte community Polytechnic.

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