Influence of modern educational environment on the neuro-mental health of school-age children

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1 Pirogov Russian National Research Medical University, Moscow, Russia

2 Ulianov Chuvash State University, Cheboksary, Russia

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Author contribution: Milushkina OYu, Kozyreva FU, Pivovarov YuP ― academic advising; Dubrovina EA, Grigoreva ZA ― data acquisition, statistical processing, literature review, manuscript writing.

Received: 2023-10-20 Accepted: 2023-12-25 Published online: 2023-12-30

The steadily growing prevalence of various psycho-social maladaptation forms among children and adolescents is reported all over the world. The today’s tempo of life associated with active introduction and widespread use of information technology results in the dramatic increase in educational workload, thereby provoking a significant increase in the prevalence of borderline mental disorders, primarily neurotic disorders in schoolchildren. Investigation of various forms of neuro-mental health impairment and somatic disorders in school-age children is among research priorities in different countries. The paper provides systematized data of the studies focused on assessing neuro-mental disorders in schoolchildren.

Keywords: children's health, factors of school environment, school-related diseases, school educational environment, children's neuro-mental health