At a time like this, it’s tough to come up with meaningful wellness guidelines, without oversimplifying or overlooking people’s realities.
Get to know the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems, and what kind of an impact they have on stress and recovery.
How does long distance travel affect the body? And how can you fight jet lag? Firstbeat master trainer Tiina Hoffman offers her advice.
How do your surroundings affect your well-being and how effectively you work?
Finding the balance between good and not-so-good choices is about what works for you.
Sleep is hugely important for good health and performance. It’s a key cornerstone of wellness that needs to be taken seriously both at societal and individual level.
A review of the Corporate Breakfast and Professional User Workshop events held in London.
Fitness Level is an exciting new feature to Lifestyle Assessment – all it takes is 30 minutes of continuous, moderate to brisk walking on flat terrain.
Stress can be defined as a situation where the demands that a person is faced with are greater than the available resources. Stress can also be described as the body’s physical and mental adaptation to real or perceived change.
HRV from a practical perspective: what it is, what it can tell you about your body’s physiology, and what you should be aware of when interpreting it.
In Finland, 20-30% of adults take part in alcohol-free January. I decided to test this myself, collect some data and see how an alcohol-free month affects me. Would I notice some benefits, such as increased energy, better sleep, or even improved heart rate variability (HRV) during sleep?
Weight management and healthy eating are issues that wellness professionals face every day with their clients.