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We spend one third of our lives by sleeping! Therefore a quality sleep an essential key to maintain our physical and mental health. The overnight rest means the time for a complete body rest and regeneration, so it is important to give some care to your sleep as well. Usually we start to appreciate the good sleep only when it leaves us.
Some doctors say it is a disease and it is not a disease, at the same time. In fact, chronic fatique is viewed “only” as tiredness and joint ache, and people who are suffering from it look absolutely normal, like you and me. But rather it is the extent of the tiredness that turns this into a real and very tricky illness.
You have surely heard before that a good quality sleep have a paramount influence on our health, as well as about sleeping hygiene habits and techniques helping to support good sleeping patterns, and that is what this article is not about. We bring you an article with rather a different angle - an explanation what happens to the human body physical functions when experiencing poor quality of sleep.
Current covid-19 crisis forces us to take a very good care of our health, to keep higher hygiene habits and to support our immune system. Same way we take care of the physical health, we should also give focus to our mental health, that is not much spoken about. The consequences of global pandemic created many changes for all of us and it has big impact for our psychological level and social relationships. If we won't care about this area, we can be soon facing psychosomatic issues.
An interview with Dr. Masner- a general practitioner and specialist in psychosomatic medicine at UNICARE.
Linda is a woman who, in her 35 years, has everything that many of us dream about. A loving man, two healthy children, beautiful house
Since 2013 the United Nations celebrates the International day of Happiness to recognise the importance of happiness in the lives of people around the world.
If you consider a seasonal flu vaccination (we have Vaxigrip Tetra), we are starting to vaccinate from mid October until December.
Unicare Medical Team