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Ageevets V.U., Mosunov D.F. Problem of relationship between man and water

DOI: 10.5930/issn.1994-4683.2015.06.124.p7-12
 
Problem of relationship between man and water
Vladimir Ulyanovich Ageevets, the doctor of pedagogical sciences, professor,
Honored Scientist of the Russian Federation,
Dmitri Fjodorovich Mosunov, the doctor of pedagogical sciences, professor,
Honored Worker of Higher School of the Russian Federation,
The Lesgaft National State University of Physical Education, Sport and Health, St. Petersburg

 
Annotation
The problem of relationship between man and water is being formed, reflecting a whole natural (water) and social (human) specific phenomenon of "the relationship between man and water". It reveals the urgent need to find ways aimed at the creation of the modern technologies related to the programming and structuring of the water and its effects at the cellular level in the human life.
Keywords: vital activity, relationship, man, water, health, phenomenon, educational hydrorehabilitation.
 
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Contact information: mosunov-ipcswim@rambler.ru
Article arrived in edition 05.06.2015.