In Man’s Bones 05/12/2024 | Zero wave radio

In Man’s Bones 05/12/2024 |  Zero wave radio

The entire program is in good hands, with Carles Aguilar. Another year, on the occasion of World Parkinson’s Day, the Spanish Parkinson’s Federation (FEP) and its federal associations raise their voices to clarify the reality of all people living with this disease. Through the “We Claim Emotional Intelligence” campaign, these entities highlight the vital importance of human connections in a world that often seems dominated by technology, putting people in a state of loneliness. This year’s commitment is to promote emotional intelligence as an essential resource to strengthen the support and care networks needed to move towards a better quality of life for affected people and their families. In the context of this campaign, the Spanish Parkinson’s Disease Federation released several video clips with testimonials from some of its members, including people with Parkinson’s disease who talk to family members and therapists about the importance of emotional support in daily life. All videos and information related to the campaign can be found on the website

On World Parkinson’s Day (April 11), the Spanish Parkinson’s Federation and more than 70 affiliated associations are calling for emotional intelligence.

. We speak with Alicia Campos, Director of the Spanish Parkinson’s Disease Federation.

Sleep disorders, such as insomnia, are a cardiovascular risk factor. In fact, recent studies indicate a relationship between lack of sleep and diseases such as atherosclerosis or atrial fibrillation. For this reason, the Women’s Heart Movement warns of the importance of following good sleep patterns, especially for women who are most affected by these problems. In this way, regular rest will be allowed which will help the body to control cardiovascular metabolism and circadian rhythms and keep people active and healthy during the day for good health. Carles Aguilar talks to Dr. Leticia Fernández Vieira, promoter of the Women’s Heart Movement (CDM) and Director of the Women’s Cardiovascular Unit at the ATRIA Clinic.

Voice is a quality that can lead to success at work and in social relationships. This is what the Spanish Society of Otolaryngology, Head and Neck Surgery (SEORL-CCC) confirms in its launch as part of the activities celebrating World Voice Day. A pleasant, modulated voice is associated with greater professional and personal success, while voice disorders or misidentification of our voice can lead to serious mental health problems. Carles Aguilar interviews Dr. Pedro Cabrera, Member of the Laryngology, Voice, Speech and Swallowing Diseases Committee of SEORL-CCC

A pioneering study conducted by researchers from the Sant Pau Research Institute and the Università Politecnica de Catalunya (UPC), in collaboration with the Barcelona Innovation Center – FC Barcelona’s research and innovation zone – has made it possible to relate, for the first time, how high-intensity exercise affects gene expression. Specifically, changes in the immune system, amino acid metabolism, energy generation and oxidative stress levels have been detected in the body immediately after high-intensity exercise. The study, published by the prestigious scientific journal PlosOne Journal, identified different profiles of recovery from physical exertion during high-intensity exercise which allows, in a personalized way, to establish a new innovative way of distinguishing, in the same team, athletes based on whether they are fast or slow in recovery. Depending on the expression of their genes. The research focused on analyzing the gene expression profile of a group of professional athletes, and examining the genes that are activated or inhibited depending on the physical effort exerted by each player during sports activity and their relationship to physical preparation and the ability to recover after exercise. The goal was to link the levels of external load of athletes, caused by the activity. The high-intensity athlete, with all the genes in each individual’s genome activated. Carles Aguilar interviews Dr. José Manuel Soria, head of the Complex Disease Genomics Group at the Sant Pau Research Institute in Barcelona.

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