Analysis of The Negative Effects of Environmental Factors on The Body of Adolescent Children in Uzbekistan

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Sattarova Zebo
Mirdadaeva Dilfuza
Odilova Madina


This article presents a comprehensive analysis of the negative effects of environmental factors on the physical and mental health of adolescent children in Uzbekistan. With rapid industrialization, urbanization, and changes in lifestyle, the environmental determinants of health have become a significant concern. This study focuses on identifying and evaluating the major environmental factors, including air and water pollution, soil contamination, and exposure to hazardous chemicals, that adversely affect adolescent health in the region. Utilizing a combination of quantitative and qualitative research methods, data were collected from various regions across Uzbekistan to assess the impact of these environmental factors on the growth, development, and overall well-being of adolescents. The findings reveal a strong correlation between exposure to poor environmental conditions and the incidence of respiratory diseases, allergic reactions, and mental health issues among the adolescent population. The article concludes with recommendations for policy interventions, public health strategies, and future research directions to mitigate these negative effects and promote a healthier environment for the youth of Uzbekistan.


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