Snoring and Sleep Apnea: What’s the difference?

snoring and sleep apnea
February 12, 2014

The main difference is that the apnea brings together an interruption of breathing during sleep. People with distressed also often suffer drowsiness and fatigue during the day. Although snoring, contrary to popular belief, is not synonymous with sleep, as it can alter the rest besides affecting the cardiorespiratory system. Both one as another sleep disorder can be treated and prevented, as sleep apnea, for example, may be related to other…

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Vitamin B6 for mood disorders

mood disorders
November 14, 2013

The vitamins B complex contain a range of interesting properties with respect to particular brain function, but that would have the greatest impact on everything related to neurotransmitters, dopamine and serotonin, in short, to connections that have an impact on our mood, this is vitamin B6. It is also prescribed to women with significant symptoms of mood disorders during PMS. Vitamin B6 also ensures adequate oxygenation of the brain, a…

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Breathing technique against fear and anxiety

breathing technique
June 16, 2013

Breathing not only allows our survival in its most basic form, it can also help to calm the anxieties and fears, and our moods change and renew our energies needed for daily life. In this article we will learn a breathing technique well directed can apply at any time and place, to calm the anxieties and fears in a particular situation, or to start the day well refreshed and positive….

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How to Stop Snoring

stop snoring
May 23, 2013

Snoring, like sleep apnea are very common ailments in our times. Its consequences are detrimental to the welfare and good rest of the person who is suffering, but also are a nuisance for those who share the room. To prevent and alleviate this condition somewhat noisy, we recommend the following tips. Healthy Living to stop snoring For some, snoring is the result of the excesses, mostly at night. Heavy eating,…

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Swollen belly? How to stop feeling full!

swollen belly
February 22, 2013

It is one of our worst enemies to sit at the table. The feeling of having the swollen belly can be so unpleasant that we often cause pain and nausea. To forget once and for all this uncomfortable feeling, next we discover some effective tricks that you can implement. Very different causes are those that can cause swelling or bloating. To prevent it, there are some simple habits you can…

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Seasonal Affective Disorder

seasonal affective disorder
December 28, 2012

Are the dark days of autumn and winter make you want to hibernate? Do you want to eat greasy things, caloric and sleep all day? Since you may have the seasonal affective disorder (SAD), a type of depression that occurs at the same time every year, usually in winter. Other symptoms include fatigue, lack of interest, lack of concentration and irritability. Some people describe it as being happy during the…

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Insomnia: Tips for sleeping well!

Insomnia
November 18, 2012

Sleep and rest properly is not always as simple as it sounds. So if insomnia occasionally shows up in your room, we are giving you some suggestions to scare away once and for all. Not only do we feel irritated and grumpy when, thanks to insomnia, got little sleep. We also occur when for some reason we do not do properly, we woke up tired before we started our day…

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Night eating syndrome

night eating syndrome
May 27, 2012

The night eating syndrome is a disorder of eating behavior in addition to those already known eating disorders like anorexia, bulimia, Orthorexia and bigorexia. At present not known very well the true prevalence of this syndrome, but it is estimated that suffers from a 1 to 3% of the population, and affects between 8 to 27% of obese people. Night Eating Syndrome is characterized by overeating at night, both at…

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Anxiety: Concept, types and how to treat

anxiety
April 28, 2012

Anxiety and fear are two related but not equivalent concepts. Fear is a normal body reaction to situations involving an external threat, since an increase in heart rate and level of alertness of the organism and other characteristic signs we have all experienced at one time when we felt threatened or endangered. Anxiety is an unpleasant sensation accompanied by signs and symptoms similar to those found when we feel afraid,…

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