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Syndrome Post-Holiday Stress can cause sadness, apathy, depression, and tachycardia, shortness of breath, blood, muscle aches and stomach problems and, as experts estimate, affects young adults between 25 and 40.
Patricia Hanson Gabby, director of Hem era, Centre for Studies on Stress and anxiety, said, “A syndrome is defined as a pathological condition associated with a series of concurrent symptoms, usually three or more.” Gabby of Hanson remarked that “post-holiday stress, as his words indicate, is the stress that comes after the holidays.”
“Although it is accepted as the major disease classifications, is being given increasing importance. Some authors think that this is just a temporary situation that disappears when the person passes the process of adapting to the new situation. For example again work and daily routines in the case of adults and children for back to school, “said the expert.
Also, the specialist said that when the adjustment process fails “generated a series of physical and psychological symptoms” and added that these symptoms, if they last over time, “can affect the quality of life of the sufferer.”
“This table insomnia with marked daytime sleepiness, poor concentration, apathy regarding the tasks that must be faced and anxiety. They can also appear sadness, apathy, depression, tachycardia, shortness of breath, blood, muscle aches and stomach problems, “he added.
Hanson Gabby emphasized that the main cause of this syndrome is the change in the daily rhythm disturbance of the biological clock “and that” during the holiday pace of life suffers a significant change. ““Generally we go to bed later and so does the time to get up. There is a total mess in our habits and our routine. The power varies as well as our social activity,” he said.
The specialist said, “Back to life every day means a sharp change for our organization.” “If we add to this lack of motivation at work or activities to be undertaken to return, the subjective experience can be very negative. The combination of both situations can lead to post-holiday syndrome,” he said.
The specialist said that the most exposed population is young adults “aged between 25 and 40 years.”
“Thumbelina Robles Ortega, a researcher at the University of Granada, said that 35% of Spanish workers have post-holiday syndrome,” he said.
In addition, the expert noted that the research recommends
- Divide the vacation time. It is better to go on vacation twice in 15 days instead of after 30 days.
U.S. researchers studying the effects of stress on the intestines unexpectedly found a chemical compound that stimulates hair growth. By blocking a hormone linked to stress and hair loss, experts achieved in a group of mice genetically engineered to produce too much of this hormone to regenerate lost hair, a team reported in the online edition of the journal Plops One.
“Almost 100% of the mice responded. The hair grew back completely. It is a very dramatic effect,” said Mulugeta Million, University of California at Los Angeles, who worked on the study.
Mulugeta said the findings could open new areas of exploration on hair loss in humans, especially those in which the disorder is related to stress and aging.
The team, which included experts from the Veterans Administration and the Salk Institute for Biological Studies in California, was conducting experiments with mice that had been genetically altered to produce an excessive amount of stress-related hormone called corticotrophin releasing factor (CRF for its acronym in English).
As these chronically stressed mice got older, his hair turned gray and finally fell. Mulugeta compared the effect observed with aging to see a U.S. president after the course of two terms of four years in the White House.
The team injected the mice to block the chemical stress called stressing-B “, which stops the action of CRF. The mice received daily injections for five days, then the team measured the effects of the drug on his colon and he replaced in their cages.
“When we returned three months later, his hair had grown back completely. I could not distinguish them from their peers who had not been genetically modified,” said Mulugeta. “It was totally unexpected,” he said.
The effect remained for four months, a relatively long time in the life of a mouse, said the author. Follow-up studies confirmed the findings.
The team also evaluated the compound in modified mice younger than even they had not lost his hair and found that stressing-B avoid becoming frayed.
There is no doubt that making fertility treatment can be stressful. However, a study says that the nerves at this stage do not militate against the chances of getting pregnant.
The study published in the British Medical Journal (BMJ) analyzed 14 previous studies on more than 3,500 women who needed to go to therapy to conceive. The Cardiff team Fertility Studies Research Group paid special attention to the relationship between the nervousness generated at this stage and treatment success.
The team found no relation between emotional stress and an unsuccessful outcome. And although the researchers acknowledged that go to these therapies may cause nervousness, the state “will not prevent the treatments work.”
The group led by Professor Jack Biotin called expectant women to “stay calm “in relation to confidence in their treatment. However, they acknowledge that it is stress that leads them to abandon the therapy.
Scientists at UCLA are developing a device that would help to know and record what people dream. The device, which measures the activity of neurons when people see something, could revolutionize the world.
There is still no clear answer as to why people dream. One of the things we want to know is why and how people dream, “said Dr. Moran Serf, head of the scientists who are conducting this research, the ‘BBC’.
“The scientific bases its argument on an initial study suggests that the activity of individual brain cells or neurons is associated with objects or concepts. In this regard, said that, for example, when a volunteer was thinking of Marilyn Monroe, a neuron lit particular, “the Uruguayan newspaper ‘The Republic’.
The manager of the Aragon Health Service (HEALTH), Ana Sees, attended the presentation of the XV National Congress of the Spanish Society of Primary Care Pharmacy, held between 27 and 29 October with the slogan Pharmacy Primary Care Challenges and Opportunities.
The congress, attended by 400 health professionals, will discuss two key issues: the primary care pharmacy and work with new technologies and their activities at national and international.
The Government of Aragon, through the Department of Health and Consumer Affairs, has worked as a pioneer in issues that deal with primary care pharmacists such as the rational use of drugs and deployment of electronic prescribing and electronic medical records. The latter, very important for the prescription and in which the role of pharmacists in primary care is crucial, as stressed Sees.
Ana Sees has highlighted the often silent work of these professionals who provide the information physicians and complementary and valuable training to prescribe medications with the best quality, maximum safety and more efficiently.
The Spanish Society of Primary Care Pharmacists (SEFAP) is a scientific society was born 15 years ago with the aim to promote activities aimed at ensuring optimal use of medicines in the field of primary care. Currently have over 700 members.
The Federal Institute of Access to Information and Protection of Information (IFAI) ordered the Ministry of Health (SS), make a new search for information and publicize the number of indigenous people infected in 2009 with the AIDS virus, broken down by gender, age and socioeconomic status.
The SS also must provide the source documents attesting to the plans and programs to provide care to indigenous people infected and the number of people served by the agency and the cost of treatment.
In response, the agency had provided statistics on cases of HIV / AIDS cases in indigenous municipalities, by age group and sex, from 1983 to 2010, and indicated that the National Registry of HIV / AIDS does not have the variable of socioeconomic status .
It had also stated that any citizen who had no social security, have free access to treatment and reported that up to December 31, 2009, it had 1.296 Indians served by the agency, with an average annual cost of $ 50,304.00 for each one.
Dissatisfied with the response, the appellant filed an appeal for review before the IFAI, through which said the agency did not consult all administrative units the authority to release the information requested.
Similarly, he argued that the data given to him are untrue, because while the office issued by the Director General of the National Center for Prevention and Control of HIV / AIDS, says that “… Until 2009, records AIDS and HIV cases do not identify whether the person is indigenous or not, the Director General of Epidemiology A table entitled Cases of HIV / AIDS cases in indigenous municipalities. “
In arguments, the SS reiterated his original response, said it turned over the request to all relevant units and explained the apparent inconsistency in the information provided to the individual.
After having tried pills to suppress hunger, my options were running thin, I decided then as a last resort to exercise. I began exercising every day without any medical supervision, without heating, without a routine adapted to me and in an unbalanced way, I only cared that could do the exercises until exhaustion. This was the only thing that took me sick because I started having muscle pains and dizziness after exercise as it did so in a moderate and proper, and this great activity associated with my calorie intake was low, which gave me the symptoms and nausea every time I trained.
My failure to lose weight, the pressure on one side at school and on the other side in my house made the idea of vomiting passed through my mind. I tried it once and I felt bad because I ate everything I wanted and then simply throw up and so I do not get fat. After this began binge eating, ate large quantities of food and then vomited. I have to eat up to 20 large packets of biscuits in a single binge.
At least I realized comical binge day was almost like vomiting, and became a vicious cycle: eating excessively and vomiting. However, even though this was the same thinning and fattening, every time I looked thin at school congratulating me and at home, as well and when I gained weight was constant criticism that urged me to continue vomiting. I started having thoughts of sadness and loneliness felt no one could fill gaps in the food and was looking for a way to fill them without success.
The hardest thing is that nobody knew about my situation and every day I had to get up with a smile to the world, live with this great inner distress but not shown until the evening when the sleep in my bed I found myself, with my empty always with my problems, my anxieties, my loneliness, and everything over and over again to appear. The disease had me all in my mind was perfect weight and calories. He had started a cycle that would be very difficult to leave.