The state of psychological adaptation and refractive-accommodative system of visually-active labor servicemen.

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Abstract

Professional activities of military specialists of visual-intensive work are associated with the risk of developing signs of psychological disadaptation, which is manifested in pronounced subjective symptoms (asthenopia, chronic fatigue syndrome) and a general decrease in the quality of life. The results of a comprehensive survey of 88 military personnel at the age of 25-34 years, whose professional activity is associated with electronic means of displaying information, are presented. It is shown that the effective prognostic indicators for assessing the level of psychological and visual disadaptation are the parameters of objective accommodation management. The presence of signs of psychological disadaptation indicates a possible decrease in the professional reliability of a specialist and requires the use of a multidisciplinary approach to correcting these violations.

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