6 tips for breathing better while sleeping

Sleep apnea is a disorder that results in poor sleep quality due to uncontrollable pauses in breathing, shallow breathing during sleep, and sudden jerky awakenings. During the night, a person with sleep apnea can stop breathing up to 30 times per hour, often for very brief moments and without the person being aware of it. … Read more

How healthy eating can reduce the risk of depression

By Anne Prigent Posted yesterday at 7:38 p.m., Update 4 hours ago The Mediterranean diet favoring, in particular, fish, vegetables and olive oil, has a protective effect against anxiety and depression. Anton – stock.adobe.com DECRYPTION – Psychonutrition studies the growing links between mental health and diet. War in Ukraine, climate change, risk of a new … Read more

Just 10 minutes of walking a day is enough to help older people live longer.

Physical activity can slow the aging process and is associated with a reduced risk of all-cause mortality in older adults. Conversely, chronic diseases and age-related changes in exercise capacity may prevent older people from achieving recommended levels of physical activity. A new study in people aged 85 and over shows that walking at least an … Read more

Covid: “The epidemic is here to stay”… the 5 scenarios to fear according to the European health agency

The scenarios and associated public health intervention priorities established by ECDC at the end of this summer 2022 provide a potential framework for future scenarios with the aim of defining global strategic objectives and anti-Covid-19 management actions, under several possible scenarios. “SARS-CoV-2 is here to stay, given continued high levels of viral circulation and the … Read more

“Vaccination remains a pillar of the fight against Covid”

Brigitte Autran, at her home, in Paris, on August 26, 2022. LEA CRESPI FOR “THE WORLD” On August 17, immunologist Brigitte Autran, HIV specialist, former practitioner at the Pitié-Salpêtrière hospital and professor emeritus at Sorbonne-University, was appointed head of the new risk monitoring and anticipation committee. health, responsible for replacing the Scientific Council and the … Read more

Thailand warns of dengue fever and hand-foot-mouth syndrome

Thai authorities have advised people to watch out for diseases such as dengue fever, hand-foot-mouth syndrome and other potential illnesses that may intensify during the rainy season. Deputy government spokeswoman Traisuree Taisaranakul urged people to seek immediate medical attention if they have a high fever for more than two days, and especially if they develop … Read more