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19:08

What to do

The Brigitte Bardot treasure that turned up in an auction

FRANCISCO GRIÑÁN

...in Ben Hur) and the famous little donkey Romeo, which 'BB' loved so much that she took it to the cottage she was renting in La Carihuela and let it sleep on her bed. Brigitte Bardot, getting out of the swimming pool at El Remo club in La Carihuela.

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

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

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

16:21

LifeStyle

Experts offer advice on eye care for blindness awareness month

SUR IN ENGLISH

...eye infections. Getting enough sleep is also important as it helps avoid twitching eye muscles. As far as diet is concerned, eating fish that is high in omega 3 fatty acids helps with eye lubrication, says the doctor. Avocados are also

18:15

What to do

Over 200 motives for not sleeping

REGINA SOTORRÍO malaga

...special app called ‘Personal Dreamer’ which is available for iOS or Android devices. The motto is ‘217 reasons not to sleep’ and with some events continuing until 2am, visitors are unlikely to get to their beds before dawn. The English Cemetery will

14:02

Opinion

The early morning pain

Peter Edgerton

...screaming and shouting for twenty-three hours of sleep a day, the system requires them to get up even earlier. This is surely a matter to be dealt with in the court of teenage rights in Brussels or Strasbourg or one of those other places that no one would

13:47

Local

The days are numbered for Malaga's parakeets

IGNACIO LILLO

Malaga city hall has decided that the only way in which to eradicate the invasive parakeet population in the city is to use air rifles to shoot them. Alberto Esteban, head of the Unidad Verde of the Environmental and Sustainability department of Za

12:15

LifeStyle

Hearts that lose their rhythm

ELENA MARTÍN

...includes walking for an hour, swimming or doing cardio exercise like dancing or aerobics. Sleep for 8 hours Insomnia. Possible heart attacks People who have difficulty sleeping are 45% more at risk of having a heart attack, according to a study by ... Norwegian experts. Recommendations for better sleep are: keep regular hours, avoid heavy meals in the evening, and take exercise. Don’t smoke Mortality. Three times the risk Research has shown that tobacco speeds up the heart, damages the cells that

12:45

LifeStyle

"Further restrictions or another lockdown in winter time would be worse than before"

MATÍAS STUBER

...changes are linked to the Circadian rhythm. That is the number of hours we sleep and the number of hours we are awake. Light is essential to all that. Light stimulates a series of mechanisms and darkness causes other changes which facilitate sleep, and ... determined by the pineal gland, which is a gland in the brain that segregates the hormone called melatonin. The secretion of melatonin is stimulated by an absence of light, when we are going to sleep. When we induce sleep, the melotonin is segregated and that ... helps us to sleep. So how does the change in the hour affect our rest? The change to summer time has a greater effect than the change to winter time. When we go into summer time, we sleep an hour less. Sleeping less can lead to irritability and

11:29

National

Malaga lorry driver stuck in Christmas UK border queues tells his story

IGNACIO LILLO

...his opinion, the hardest thing was waiting in line without any information, "letting your head fall on the wheel overcome by despair and sleep.” Christmas He said, “I spent Christmas Eve in a service area near Calais with another colleague; I

13:52

LifeStyle

Insomnia may be linked to higher risk of heart attack or stroke

EUROPA PRESS health

Cardiology. Sleep is “essential for biological recovery” and human beings spend one third of their lives asleep, says Dr Qiao He, but more and more people these days complain about not getting enough sleep. In fact, according to some statistics, as many as ... one third of the German population has suffered from insomnia at some time. Although previous research has shown that a lack of sleep can have negative effects on health, until now attempts to find a relationship between insomnia and heart problems ... accidents or a combination of both. The symptoms of insomnia are difficulty in getting to sleep, staying awake all night, waking up early or sleep which is not refreshing. In total, the researchers analysed 15 studies in which 160,867 people took part.

14:09

Local

Juan Antonio Roca, mastermind of Malaya and other fraud cases, is freed

Héctor Barbotta

Juan Antonio Roca has been released from prison just short of 12 years after he was put behind bars. The man who was behind the corrupt network that siphoned off millions of euros from Marbella town hall coffers over a number of years has been grante

11:22

LifeStyle

Eating fish every week improves children's cognitive performance, according to study

MINDY BURROWS

...on average, than those who consume fish infrequently or not at all. The study revealed that eating fish improves sleep which leads to higher mental capacities. Previous studies clarified the link between the consumption of omega-3, the fatty acid ... found in many types of fish, and a higher IQ, as well as links between omega-3 and better sleep. However, this is the first study that has discovered that all of these links are connected. For the study, a group of 541 children in China, aged nine to ... Intelligence Scale for Children-Revised, which examines non-verbal skills such as vocabulary and coding. The parents of the assessed children answered questions about their children's sleeping habits, including how long they sleep for, and frequency of waking

15:36

Local

Threatened dog sanctuary in Guaro still in search of new premises

Tony Bryant

...because our dogs are very important. We didn't sleep for several days because we were worried what would happen, so we are obviously very happy with the judge's decision," Vera told SUR in English. The refuge, which currently cares for more than 40 dogs,

15:14

LifeStyle

What's that whistling noise I can hear?

ELENA MARTÍN

...when everything around me is quiet. I couldn’t think what had set it off. I have always looked after my health, including my hearing. At first it was dramatic, because it completely changed my life. I couldn’t sleep at night, sit in silence, listen to ... music, watch a film, or stop thinking about the whistling sound because I heard it all the time. As a result my health suffered through the lack of sleep and the stress, and it affected my family and social relationships. Since then I have seen all ... my diet (no coffee, very little sugar or salt), change of habits (sleep hygiene, exercise, relaxation, avoiding loud noises), acupuncture, sound and psychological therapies, some nutritional supplements and medication. With all that I have managed to

12:27

Opinion

A phone again or

Peter Edgerton

...and I should have been in the pub, preparing for closing. Unfortunately, I'd nodded off to sleep, almost certainly as a result of reflecting on my life's achievements or something, and had been woken by the phone ringing. In my confusion and haste to

13:32

Local

Youths held for chucking glass bottles at homeless

A.F.

Five teenagers, aged 15 and 16 years, have been arrested for allegedly throwing glass bottles at a group of homeless people who were sleeping on a central Malaga beach. The reported incident occurred a few days ago and the alarm was first raised wh

17:58

LifeStyle

Foods that help boost energy and vitality

AMIL LÓPEZ VIÉITEZ

...an illness, worrying about a backlog of work, losing sleep over a family problem... Whatever the reason, everything just seems more complicated. When this happens, the following advice can help you to feel more energetic, good-humoured and

17:24

LifeStyle

Ten sports for ten psychological problems

HENRY FLYNN

...neurotransmitters, improves quality of sleep and helps build muscle tone. Indoor cycling or spinning is particularly useful, as you can have the added benefit of surrounding yourself with good company or music. Depression - Boxing Experts suggest boxing to be the

15:03

Opinion

No smile for this tourist

PEDRO LUIS GÓMEZ

...live here. As long as he's among us the real tourists won't come. And we won't sleep at night...

19:09

Opinion

Keeping them warm

ERNY HARRISON

sleep make sure they are not in line with the draughts from the bottom of doors or ill-fitted windows. Most dogs like to curl up in a basket. In the feral state they will turn around many times in the undergrowth before they settle down. Although very ... sure that his basket is never against a wall; a tell-tale sign of dampness will only appear after a long time. We all know how well (and long!) cats sleep. They are more difficult to accommodate than dogs as they prefer to change their sleeping place ... regularly. As with dogs, give them their own basket, even if they do not use it all the time. Make sure though, that they do not choose the top of a heater or sleep too close to an open fire. In cold weather cats shelter in the strangest of places. One of

14:51

LifeStyle

Migraine: a complex puzzle

ROCÍO MENDOZA

...affects your work, family and personal life for hours (sometimes days) is going to occur. Yet at the same time you are also warned to make sure you get enough sleep (does everyone do that religiously every day?), not to miss meals (what if you have a

15:31

LifeStyle

Give your body ammunition to fight viruses

rocío mendoza

...intense exercise. Other amino acids such as tryptophan (a sleep regulator found in pumpkin, chicken or peanuts) also increase the rate of antibodies. Finally, methionine (in beef, lamb, soy, dairy) is anti-bacterial. Restorative sleep Fight against ... insomnia. Not sleeping well is also related to a weakening of our natural defence capacity. During the pandemic, insomnia is another enemy threatening people’s health, but without restful sleep there is no strong immune system. Sleeping well helps the ... production of serotonin, which prevents depression, moodiness and thus emotional instability, which is directly related to the body’s depletion of defensive agents. Restorative sleep also promotes the production of T-cells, a group of white blood cells.

14:23

Opinion

Looking for peace

PETER HARRISON

...dogs out at night. We pointed out that it is not the dogs which are at fault but the owners ,who have a weird notion that dogs like to sleep out in the summer. As one such owner state, "It is natural." So it may be but dogs do not live as pets in a ... natural world. They live in our world and are the better for it with regular good food and water, visits to the vet, acomfortable place to sleep, safety from predators and with the company of humans. But as we have to adjust to pet ownership so do dogs ... have to adjust to our way of life. Dogs should not sleep out at night, especially here in Spain, which has the mosquito that carries the terrible Leishmaniosis. This disease breaks down the dog's immunity to a variety of life-threatening diseases,

11:44

Education

The best primary stories

Since he had stayed up late last night, Conner put his fishing rod and the bucket of fish in his dormitory and stretched his body out on a deck chair. Since there was no one around him, Conner was put to sleep by the silence. Suddenly, a turtle went up

14:07

LifeStyle

The 'blue light' that stops youngsters sleeping

DOMÉNICO CHIAPPE

Teenagers who use mobile devices for more than four hours a day sleep at least one hour less than normal. They fall asleep half an hour later and wake up half an hour earlier, compared with those who spend one hour or less in front of a screen every ... light' which is emitted by mobile phones, tablets and computers, the symptoms of sleep disorder, which include fatigue, a lack of concentration and bad moods, disappear in just one week. The improvement is especially noticeable when use of the devices is ... restricted at night, because that is when more melatonin, which influences time and quality of sleep, is produced. In Spain children spend an average of five hours a day in front of some type of screen and more at weekends, according to a study by the

15:05

What to do

"It was great fun but it all felt like a dream"

Ash Bolton

...hours sleep then went back on stage. It was great fun, but it kind of all felt like a dream!" As for who he thinks the film will appeal to, he added: "Anyone who has settled down with kids, and is perhaps missing the bright lights of their single life,

15:46

LifeStyle

How to deal with psychological effects of the lockdown

ROSSEL APARICIO

...people," says Bilbao. He concludes that many varied symptoms can appear during the lockdown, in addition to stress or anxiety: a feeling of melancholy, apathy, disturbed sleep, irritability, a feeling that everything is strange, low morale, loss of

11:03

Education

Secondary poems

...sound of torture Rings, like a real horror All is an everlasting guilt Calling out to me, Mistakes are momentarily human But is it human If the mistake is headed to the tombs? Fortunately a heavy sleep can keep the distant memory away…

18:09

Sport

Coming out of the tunnel

Rob Palmer

Football, like life for all of us, is at standstill. If I had a euro for every time I've been asked "will the season be completed?", I'd be able to bathe in contraband antibacterial handwash and sleep on a bed of cushioned, luxury loo roll. There