Category Sleep disorders

What is post-vacation syndrome?
Sleep disorders

What is post-vacation syndrome?

After enjoying our vacations, relaxing and forgetting about our worries, it's time to go back to work. For some people, returning to the routine of work, school and everyday life is not easy. In fact, more and more people come back from their vacations to the doctor for a picture of generalized weakness and asthenia.

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Sleep disorders

Poor sleep increases the risk of stroke

Strokes are a major cause of morbidity and mortality in today's population. Sleep is paramount to a person's health. It helps the body maintain adequate blood pressure, control hormones and reduce stress, and fight infection. Time and sleep duration can affect the body causing some endocrine, metabolic, neurological diseases and functions that are essential for the maintenance of good health.
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Sleep disorders

Sleep problems affect memory

Disrupted sleep affects our ability to form memories. We all know that a lack of sleep has consequences for our health. Tendency to fall asleep all the time, mood swings, increased feelings of sadness, irritability, pessimistic attitude, stress and anxiety.
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Sleep disorders

Risks of self-medicating for insomnia

More than half of the people who have trouble sleeping self-medicate. Insomnia is not only the inability to sleep, but also to stay asleep. The person may have frequent awakenings during the night or wake up very early, making it difficult to function during the day.
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Sleep disorders

What is post-vacation syndrome?

After enjoying our vacations, relaxing and forgetting about our worries, it's time to go back to work. For some people, returning to the routine of work, school and everyday life is not easy. In fact, more and more people come back from their vacations to the doctor for a picture of generalized weakness and asthenia.
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Sleep disorders

Why you shouldn't use your mobile at night

How the light from your smartphone affects your brain and your body If you are one of those who spend the last half hour of the day curled up in bed with your computer, tablet or mobile phone, you should know that looking at these devices at night can make it harder to fall asleep and stay asleep.
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