Modern Life: How to Balance a Healthy Lifestyle?
According to WHO estimates, following the basic tenets of a healthy lifestyle could prevent up to 80% of non-communicable diseases. In an effort to prolong youth and reduce the risk of chronic diseases, people have concluded they need to form a new mindset of their lifestyles. Work to create a desire among the public to adhere to a healthy lifestyle should not only involve altering certain behavioural patterns, but should be carried out at the level of an expert study with preventive measures and treatment for diseases caused by such lifestyle factors as bad habits, an unhealthy diet, a lack of physical activity, chronic stress, or destructive social bonds. Lifestyle medicine brings together the interests of the state, business, and society and aims to change the socio-cultural environment by integrating healthy routines into people’s everyday lives. What aspects shape the lifestyles of modern residents of major cities and can they be described as healthy? How can we instil a mass commitment to healthy habits? What is the best way to build accessible infrastructure so that people have the opportunity to lead a healthy lifestyle? Will a commitment to a healthy lifestyle become the fundamental behavioural model for all of society?
Sergey Oblozhko, Host, TeleDoctor Programme, Doctor TV Channel; Psychotherapist; Nutritionist
Natalya Goncharova, Founder, European Nutrition Centre; Creator, Employee Care Programme
Mariya Grudina, Ideologist, Founder, First Line. Health Care Resort
Elena Istyagina-Eliseeva, Deputy Chairwoman, Commission of the Russian Public Chamber on Physical Culture and the Promotion of a Healthy Lifestyle
Front row participants
Dina Gaizatullina, Deputy General Director for Government Relations, Innotech Group
Anna Yefremkina, Certified Trainer, Romana’s Pilates, GYROTONIC, and GYROKINESIS Systems Coach
Irina Moroz, Psychotherapist and First-Class Nutritionist, Regional Clinical Specialized Psychoneurological Hospital No. 1; Doctor of Medical Sciences
Marina Panfilova, Chief Physician, Centre for Public Health, Medical Prevention, and Information Technologies