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10:28

LifeStyle

Wellness, at home and away

Andrew Forbes

...something captivating about nature that just erodes feelings of anxiety, stress, and apathy. There's a wealth of apps online that detail local routes in Andalucía, so making time in the week to get lost among pine trees might be just what the doctor ordered.

19:25

Gibraltar

Brexit rears its head again with Specialised Committee meeting

DEBBIE BARTLETT

With concerns over the coronavirus crisis taking up every waking moment for more than two months, it comes as a jolt to realise that the Brexit negotiations are still continuing. The UK government insists it will not ask for an extension to the trans

12:15

LifeStyle

Hearts that lose their rhythm

ELENA MARTÍN

...cardiac illnesses are genetically determined and are predisposed to suffer arrhythmias," says Javier Jiménez Candil, president of the Cardiac Rhythm Association of the Spanish Cardiology Society (SEC). Continual stress and high-intensity sport have also ... Avoid stress Meditation. A simple respite Stress increases blood pressure, can cause arteriosclerosis, arrhythmias and increases the risk of heart attack. People under stress are about 27% more likely to have heart problems. Try not to work too many

14:28

National

Confirmed Covid-19 recoveries pass 100,000 in Spain

Melchor Sáiz-Pardo

The highlight of Monday's official Covid-19 report was the announcement of another milestone - this time a positive one. The official tally of patients who have recovered from coronavirus has passed the 100,000 mark, reaching 100,875. This makes Sp

16:09

Sport

'An elite athlete can regain their rhythm within two weeks'

BORJA GUTIÉRREZ

...situations like these, and more so in people who are not mentally strong, mental stress can be generated. That leads to eating badly or not taking care of themselves." Peña adds: "Even though there's a lot of uncertainty, they have to prepare as if they ... breathing and frustration tolerance techniques, which are put to one side during the campaign and can be done now". Additionally, Peña stresses the benefits of the "social warmth that you can't have during competitions". "The majority will be able to

13:14

Local

Cudeca's fundraising campaign continues to gather pace

ANA PÉREZ-BRYAN

...stopping off at the Diputación provincial authority HQ in Malaga on Wednesday to stress the importance of its work. There are various ways to contribute, with the easiest being through Cudeca's specialist platform www.sunflowereffect.org.

13:20

LifeStyle

Keys to combat stress

SUR

In order to combat stress you need to make some changes to your lifestyle. The following recommendations can be used as 'preventive' measures. Eat healthily: Avoid meals which are high in fats and introduce fruit and vegetables into your diet to ... boost your defences. Don't become obsessed by stress symptoms but don't deny them either. It is important not to fall into the trap of self-complacency, but if you are experiencing serious physical or psychological symptoms it is necessary to treat ... them. Rest: Sleep is essential to refresh you every day and it should take priority over social events or domestic tasks. Take exercise: Physical activity helps to clarify ideas, eliminate stress hormones such as cortisol and to release endorphins.

14:18

Gibraltar

Theresa May stresses support for Gibraltar on National Day

Debbie Bartlett

September 10th is National Day, probably the most important event of the year for the people of Gibraltar and especially so this year, as it was the last time it was celebrated with Gibraltar as part of the EU. Sir Joe BossanoINFOGIB It was red an

11:38

Gibraltar

'Pawsitive' therapy for mental health patients

Debbie Bartlett

...near future. Interaction with animals has been shown to relieve stress, alleviate pain and improve the overall psychological state. Ant and Dec's owners offered this service free of charge, and staff say they already see positive results.

13:08

LifeStyle

Spanish police to de-stress with the help of yoga

MELCHOR SÁIZ-PARDO

Ever since it was announced last week that the National Police would be receiving classes in meditation to help them to deal with the stress of the job, little else has been spoken about during station coffee breaks. But as many officers joked ... free, but officers will also have all their expenses paid. There is only limited availability for this pioneering course set up by the policeThe course is called 'Regulation of stress through yoga' and is aimed principally at officers further down the ... chain of command who, according to the Ministry of the Interior, suffer the highest stress levels. Only deputy inspectors and those fighting crime directly on the streets, which is to say the majority of the workforce, can sign up. The first classes

10:21

LifeStyle

Almost half of people in Spain report suffering from stress

SUR

Stress has become totally linked with modern-day life. Work, family problems and different concerns create an accumulation of biological and psychological reactions which, when they cannot be controlled and managed, have very harmful consequences. ... The problem is so serious that the World Health Organisation (WHO) considers stress a global epidemic. In Spain, according to the latest CinfaSalud study into 'Perception and habits of the Spanish population with regard to stress', about 42 per cent ... of the population frequently or constantly suffers from this condition, while 96 per cent have suffered stress symptoms in the past year. By gender, this study, which is supported by the Spanish Society for the Study of Anxiety and Stress (SEAS),

23:44

Sport

The firefighter 'Everesting' his way across Malaga province

MARINA RIVAS

...as people find it a way of escaping from the stress of the pandemic. Dani, a firefighter from Rincón de la Victoria, used to be a boxing champion but decided to take up trail running instead when he realised that he felt more at home running up a

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