Situation analysis and research of abnormal body posture of primary and middle school students in Beijing

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Jian Pang, Mo Sha, Chunxia Yue, Yun Xing


Objective: For some elementary and middle school students in Beijing, their heads, shoulders, legs, and lateral dorsal and neck measurements are measured positively in their natural state. The head and shoulders, shoulders, X-legged and O-legs of primary and middle school students in Beijing are analyzed. There is also the status quo and characteristics of hunched and exploratory necks. They select the best period for teenagers to exercise, correct their postures, develop good standing habits, and have a beautiful body and good temperament to provide a certain theoretical basis. Methods: Randomly selected 100 students from four elementary schools and four middle schools in Beijing. A total of 800 people measured their body postures in their natural state using a body shape measurement device. And statistical analysis of the measurement results. Results: The abnormal physical postures of primary and middle school students in Beijing are more serious, and they are nearly 50% overall. The prevalence of abnormal body postures among Beijing primary and middle school students was high with head bias, neck exploration, and high and low shoulders. There is no particularly noticeable difference in the incidence of abnormal body posture between male and female students. It may be that the occurrence of abnormal body posture has nothing to do with gender. The frequency of appearance of necks in middle school students is high, and the frequency of high and low shoulders appears in the middle of pupils. The peak period of occurrence of various types of abnormal body postures varies. The peak periods of abnormal body postures of boys and girls are not all the same.


Primary and middle school students; Abnormal body posture; Occurrence rate; Trend

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