Shake off your rage to live in calm

Shake off your rage to live in calm

Before Aug 6, 2019

Human relations imply conflict of all sorts and anger is a sentiment innate in people, what becomes problematic is...
An aneurism can be avoided having healthy and strong arteries
Some of the recommendations are no smoking, controlling blood pressure and cholesterol levels in blood.
Accepting death as part of the cycle of life

Accepting death as part of the cycle of life

Before Oct 4, 2018

Supporting the dying process of a terminal patient is possible with a little passion, love and understanding.
Health care for the mind

Health care for the mind

Before 4 May, 2017

The following are few recommendations on how to take care of your brain. 

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Prevent nightmares with good sleep hygiene

Prevent nightmares with good sleep hygiene

Before 28 April, 2017

A nightmare is a bad dream. They can make children feel anxious or uneasy, but it is especially important to remind them that nightmares are not real and cannot do any harm.

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Pituitary tumors

Pituitary tumors

Before 26 April, 2017

The pituitary gland, or hypophysis, is attached to the base of the brain and releases hormones that regulate the onset of puberty, our sexual development and our ability to reproduce.

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Depression in the spotlight of World Health Day 2017

Depression in the spotlight of World Health Day 2017

Before 7 April, 2017

On April 7, the World Health Organization puts depression on the spotlight in order to reduce the stigma related to it and to motivate those who suffer from it to seek out help.

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Reduce the risk of respiratory infections

Reduce the risk of respiratory infections

Before 23 March, 2017

Changes in weather, the arrival of the rainy season and lower temperatures as well as pollution, can all increase the risk of contracting a cold, respiratory infection or other complications such as pneumonia or bronchitis.

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Feed your brain

Feed your brain

Before 8 February, 2017

The brain is one if the body’s most important organs and requires constant care and upkeep; staying away from habits that are toxic to your health are important to its functioning.

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Deficiencies in vitamins such a thiamine can affect your mental health

Thiamine is part of the vitamin B complex and is necessary to metabolize food and make it into energy. It is also responsible for the proper functioning of the nervous system.

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First aid for headaches

First aid for headaches

Before 25 November, 2016

A migraine is a common type of headache that can be accompanied by symptoms such as nausea, vomiting or sensitivity to light. Most people feel a pulsating pain on one side of their head when they occur.

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A diagnosis in time controls memory loss

A diagnosis in time controls memory loss

Before 20 September, 2016

Eating a balanced diet low in fat and some healthy living habits, as well as keeping the brain active, can reduce 40% of cases of Alzheimer’s disease, according to the Spanish Society of Neurology.

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Sleep Apnea and Micro-awakenings: What You Should Know

Sleep Apnea and Micro-awakenings: What You Should Know

Before 26 July, 2016

Pauses in breathing during sleep are called sleep apneas. Although they may often go unnoticed, they may also prove to be harmful to your health.

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