The influence of training exertion, bad habits and social factors on the healthy lifestyle of students in modern higher education, as well as mechanisms of adaptation of a young body to the effects of these factors is studied in this paper. The features of the regulation and organization of student life on the background of environmental degradation on the planet, extreme mental stress, the use of computer technology and mobile communication means of communication are determined. The level of health and physical development is one of the most important conditions for quality of the workforce. It can be determined depending on the performance such as estimate the possibility of human intervention in certain areas of work. Therefore, already at the stage of choosing a specialty and type of training occurs objectively posed and solved the problem of psycho-physiological personality matching specific types of professional activity. The aim of the paper is to determine the organization of healthy lifestyle with educational process and formation of values of students. Materials and methods. Functional approach is the most widely used for the study of human health now. Its peculiarity lies in the individual's ability to exercise its inherent biological and social functions, in particular, to carry out socially useful labor, productive activity. Their loss is the most common and the most important for a person, family, community, social consequence of human diseases. Results. Study of value orientations of students on healthy lifestyle allows selecting among these four groups of probation. The first group includes the absolute, universal values; the students received an assessment of great importance (from 69% to 93%). These include successful family life, courage and honesty, health, the full development of personality, intellectual abilities, will power and concentration, communication skills, possess the beauty and expressiveness of movements. The second group of "pre-emptive values" (from 63% to 66%) contained good physical condition, authority among others. The third group of values was named as "contradictory" one for the fact that they (values) simultaneously presented signs of large and small values (from 35.5% to 59.2%). It includes the presence of wealth, success in work, satisfaction with learning, physical exercise and sports, good level of development of physical qualities, interesting vacation. The fourth group of values called "private" because of its content, students attach little importance (from 17% to 28%): this is knowledge about the functioning of the human body, physical fitness for their chosen profession, social activity. Conclusions. Thus, the attitude to health due to objective circumstances, including education and training is determined. It is manifested in actions and deeds, the views and opinions of people with respect to the factors that affect their physical and mental well-being. Differentiating attitude to health at an adequate (reasonable) and improper (careless), we thus conventionally distinguish two opposite types of human behavior in relation to the factors that contribute to or threaten human health.
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