Fibromyalgia is a chronic medical condition that is characterized by pain all over the body, constant fatigue, memory loss, jumpy legs, sleep issues, pins and needles, bowel and bladder issues and sensitivity to noise, temperature or pressure. It is also often associated with anxiety, depression and post-traumatic stress disorder.
Everyone sleeps about a third of his or her life. Our metabolism, our cells, and our immune system are strengthened while we sleep. We need enough sleep to have strength for everyday life. But not only has the body recovered. Our brain processes the impressions of the day during a sleep.
Depression is a persistent feeling of low self-esteem, worthlessness and physical fatigue for a prolonged period that may ultimately lead to suicidal thoughts. In today’s day and age, with rising levels of stress, millions around the globe are potentially suffering from depression.
Depression is a kind of mental illness that involves the mood, mind and body of a person. Research reveals that around 15% of the global population suffers from chronic depression and the figure is doubling every decade.