"I haven't seen the night sky at two o'clock in the morning, which is not enough to call a young man." Not enough exercise, lack of sleep, irregular schedule, young people's "ignorant fearless" life seems to be a little far from "health". A few days ago, a survey of 1180,76 young people conducted by the Social Survey Center of China Youth Daily (wenjuan.com) showed that 7.96% of the interviewed young people said that their living habits were healthy. Rarely engaging in physical activity, not eating on time, and not drinking water are considered the three major unhealthy lifestyle habits. 8.<>% of the interviewed young people feel that it is important to develop healthy lifestyle habits from an early age.

45.5% of the young people interviewed rarely engage in physical activity

Lv Ying, a third-year law student at Southwest Jiaotong University, feels that her living habits are relatively healthy: maintain normal three meals a day, exercise moderately every day, get enough sleep, maintain a good attitude, and release pressure appropriately. But during the summer vacation, she also felt that she could not maintain the habits of school and often indulged herself.

"I have a slight procrastination and will stay up late to catch up with work, so I often go to bed late and get up early, and I have trouble going to class." Xiao Zhiyi, a junior student majoring in environmental science at Tianjin University of Technology, feels that her living habits are very unhealthy.

In the survey, 76.7% of the interviewed young people said that their living habits were healthy, 16.3% felt average, and 7.0% thought that they were unhealthy.

For what constitutes healthy living habits, respondents believe that it includes moderate exercise (82.5%), reasonable diet (74.6%), mental health (67.0%), smoking cessation and alcohol cessation (63.8%), and adequate sleep (56.3%).

Xiao Zhiyi believes that to maintain healthy living habits, you should sleep enough for 8 hours a day, with a positive attitude and full of positive energy. "Exercise makes people happy, I often run and run, and I also make my own simple light meals."

"If you don't want to put the problem off until the next day, you will stay up late, but you will also wake up late, and then you will neglect or forget to eat breakfast." Lv Ying said that many people around have the habit of staying up late, waking up late, and skipping breakfast.

According to the survey, the top three unhealthy living habits of young people are: little physical exercise (45.5%), do not eat on time (43.0%), do not like to drink water (40.4%), and others: overeating or simply not eating (39.6%), staying up late (36.1%), skipping breakfast (32.6%), addicted to mobile entertainment such as games and shopping (30.9%), lack of sleep (29.4%), rarely going out (29.0%), heavy taste/snacking (24.8%) ), smoking and other bad habits (15.6%), only 4.1% of the interviewed youth said that they did not.

"Now life is stressful and fast-paced, and some young people are forced to stay up late passively due to the needs of work and life. Staying up late can cause physiological lesions, aggravate sub-health conditions, and also cause psychological stress. Chen Chen, an associate researcher at the China Youth Research Center, said that many people know the negative effects of staying up late, but they still can't help staying up late. Some people feel that only the time when staying up late is their own, which is actually a resistance to the pressure of life, and some people regard staying up late as an opportunity cost, wanting to do better than others under the same conditions, only sacrificing rest time to improve themselves, which is an initiative to stay up late. "Whatever the reason, the adverse health effects of staying up late are unquestionable. Therefore, whether it is to improve yourself, balance family and career relationships, or for leisure, do not let staying up late become commonplace. ”

Chen Chen said that teenagers need a healthy work and rest time, so as to lay the foundation for long-term personal development in the future.

96.8% of the interviewed young people felt that it was important to develop healthy living habits from an early age

Xiao Zhiyi believes that childhood is the best time to develop good habits. Children ingest too much salt since childhood, and when they grow up, their taste will be heavier, they don't love sports since childhood, and it is difficult to insist on exercising when they grow up. "If parents can help their children develop good habits when they are young, they will benefit for life."

"Once good habits are formed, they can accompany a person's growth and development throughout their lives." Zhang Chunhua, a junior student at a university in Chongqing, believes that it is very important to develop healthy living habits from an early age.

"Intense studies and playing on mobile phones at night can lead to staying up late." Zhang Chunhua believes that it is necessary to arrange time reasonably, and at the same time improve self-discipline and manage the time for using mobile phones and other electronic products.

In the survey, 96.8% of the interviewed young people felt that it was important to develop healthy living habits from an early age, and 55.8% of them felt that it was very important.

Lv Ying believes that developing healthy living habits from an early age can not only shape a healthy body, but also help develop an optimistic attitude, and as she ages, correcting bad habits will be more time-consuming and laborious.

Lv Ying believes that healthy living habits mainly rely on self-restraint and external force, and they must have enough faith and perseverance, and at the same time have a plan, step by step, and can also find like-minded friends to urge each other.

Chen Chen said that to develop a good lifestyle, teenagers must first have some common sense, know what kind of lifestyle is healthier, what a scientific and healthy diet should be like, and what level of physical fitness is considered to meet the standard. Secondly, adolescents will be largely influenced by their peers, so whether it is family education or social education, we must try to create an environment for children with peers, interactions, and communication channels.

Chen Chen said that parents do not need to say too much, talk too much about the big reason, teaching is better than words, parents accompany more, and can often take them out for a walk and participate in some activities. Now there are many community camp activities, and in the process of participating in the activities, the children find that everyone has to go to bed early and get up early, and they have to work, so they are naturally willing to carry it out.

Among the interviewed youth, 00.16% were post-4s, 90.56% were post-6s, and 80.27% were post-0s.

(At the request of the interviewee, Lv Ying and Xiao Zhiyi are pseudonyms, and Wang Jiulong also contributed to this article)

China Youth Daily / China Youth Network reporter Wang Pinzhi Source: China Youth Daily