The lack of a well-defined healthy lifestyle culture adopted by young people is one of the reasons behind them developing chronic non-communicable diseases. The review summarizes the results of a number of scientific investigations of the relationship between behavioral risk factors and health indicators as registered in the working and studying youth; we present the values reflecting the relative link between onset of chronic diseases and alcohol consumption, smoking, low physical activity, sleep disturbance, nutritional habits and use of gadgets, and highlight the specific aspects of how the risk factors associated with the lifestyle of youth are perceived.
ISSN Print 2713-0878 ISSN Online 2713-0886
Russian Bulletin of Hygiene
BIOMEDICAL JOURNAL OF ERMC EASTERN EUROPEAN