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20:45

LifeStyle

'For some it can be hard to channel the energy we get in spring'

ALEKK M. SAANDERS

April is here. Sleep patterns and appetite have changed, and for some, feelings of hopelessness and even thoughts of suicide appear. To feel down for a few days or even weeks is normal, but if you see that it has an effect on your everyday

14:32

LifeStyle

For World Sleep Day, experts give advice on how to get a better night’s rest

Isabel Méndez

In addition to St Joseph’s Day and Father’s Day being celebrated in Spain on 19 March, another less well-known commemoration is being marked - World Sleep Day. Created by the World Sleep Society (WSS), the day aims to increase awareness of the ... need to better treat sleeping disorders. The slogan for this year’s event is "regular sleep, healthy future" and aims to show how bad sleeping habits can impact negatively on health and quality of life. According to the Spanish Neurological Society ... WSS estimates that sleep problems are a threat to the health and quality of life of up to 45% of the world’s population. Therefore, the WSS has published a list of tips to help people to sleep better and feel more rested. Advice for adults: - Set

20:45

LifeStyle

When spring wears you out

CARMEN BARREIRO

General Council of the Official Colleges of Pharmacists. "Apart from the tiredness, other symptoms can occur as well or in isolation, such as a lack of concentration and appetite, forgetfulness, headache, sleep alterations, a feeling of sadness and, in

17:00

Local

The link between Covid-19 and tinnitus

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...tinnitus could be exacerbated. However, the study did show that in 54% of people there was no change in their tinnitus. A further impact of the pandemic (more so of the lockdown), was a significant effect on sleep and sleep patterns. 67% described lower ... sleep quality, as explained by one respondent, “I've not been able to sleep because of a change in routine and worrying, which makes my tinnitus louder." We at SONTEC HEARING CENTRES, have been on the coast serving the community for over 20 years. A

19:06

LifeStyle

Eyes open till dawn

ROCÍO MENDOZA

Staying awake is a voluntary act, but sleeping isn't. Our brain is in charge of our body and it decides when we can close our eyes and rest. In fact, most people realise that the more we try to force ourselves into 'sleep mode', the more our 'boss' ... did we remember to lock the front door? This struggle creates a kind of vicious circle that makes it impossible to sleep and sleep well. It is insomnia, something which the Spanish Neurology Society (Sociedad Española de Neurología) says affects ... health which was worst affected, together with diet and exercise, and now "the uncertainty has not gone away", says Javier Puertas, vice-president of the Spanish Sleep Society and a specialist in the sleep unit at the Alzira hospital in Valencia. "Many

18:28

Local

Wanted man who tried to kill a vet arrested on the Costa del Sol

ALVARO FRÍAS / JUAN CANO

National Police officers have arrested a wanted Belgian man in Malaga, Costa del Sol. The force said the man had a European arrest warrant against his name after he was found guilty of trying to kill a vet who was putting his dog to sleep. The ... issued in December 2020 in his home country. According to the information provided by the Belgian authorities, the man had made an appointment with a vet, with the intention of putting his dog to sleep. While the vet was treating the animal, he tried

22:08

Sport

A sleeping giant awakes

ROB PALMER a look at la liga

Marcelino is the coach who left his last job for perceived apathy yet took his celebrations to such a ridiculous level this week that he needed medical treatment. His body clearly wasn't quite as conditioned as his mind after an enforced break and

15:00

LifeStyle

TV is stealing our sleep

ANTONIO PANIAGUA

Here in Spain, television is keeping us awake at night and affecting the quality of our sleep. People who enjoy spending their leisure time in front of the TV are often likely to stay up until 2am to watch the end of the latest reality or chat show. ... programmes in such a way that people will remain fixed in their seats until the early hours. This is not innocuous, however: it seriously affects people's sleep. In the UK, for example, people tend to go to bed around 11pm, but in Spain they do so an hour ... later. Spain is not a good country for sleeping, and doctors at the Spanish Sleep Society (SES) are among those who are calling for television schedules to be reviewed. This institution, which is formed by 400 specialists in different fields of

23:54

Education

Primary poems

“He’s as good as gold, He’ll change your life, you’ll see!” But why would I want To switch my cat? I hear the reader ask. The answer is simple: Frank my cat Is an absolute Pain in the ______! He whines when we sleep, He begs when we