Monitoring of training activity as a determinant of people’s health in the COVID-19 pandemic crisis

  • Olena Tomarevska National Academy of Medical Sciences of Ukraine
  • Zoryna Boiarska Vilnius University
  • Oleksandr Poliakov Kyiv Medical University
Keywords: lifestyle, physical activity, blood pressure, BMI, COVID-19


Reliable determination of metabolic and physical activity pa- rameters and influences of blood pressure indicators is relevant in the development of rehabilitation training programmes for people of all ages, especially in the context of the COVID-19 pan- demic and the aging of the working population. The purpose of the study was to determine reliable parameters that were shaping general health during the COVID-19 pandemic crisis in the age- related aspect. This study used the results of comprehensive health monitoring data of 603 adults aged 20–89 from the Human Health Passport online tool (Ukraine) for the period of 2020–2022. On- line health monitoring showed the consequences of mild forms of COVID-19 disease. The main indicators informing about this effect were the laboratory-method indicator for confirming a viral disease and the number of cases of mild forms of the dis- ease. The indirect influence of this factor on various indicators of health, physical activity, metabolism, indicators of blood pressure compensation should also be considered. As for the age aspect, the state of health had a higher influence on the indicators of body mass index (BMI), blood pressure and its correction with drugs, the daily walking distance and exercises performed, and a danger- ous loss of appetite. A noticeable drop in body weight and loss of appetite are reliable factors in the incidence of falls and decline in health. The leading factors shaping the health of the active popu- lation in mild forms of COVID-19 are physical activity (7.77%), metabolism (5.91%), and the blood pressure level (5.21%).