Sleep and recovery are not the same thing. You can sleep eight hours a night without having any physiological recovery. The key is getting enough good quality sleep. Firstbeat Life…
Stress & Recovery
Boreout can impact you physically and mentally. Learn to find your optimal zone.
The results of returning to typical exercise routines for one individual after suffering from Covid-19.
In this interview, Firstbeat Physiology Research Manager Tero Myllymäki, M.Sc., explains the physiology of sleep, how sleep experts define good sleep, and why sleep stages are important.
A look at how the Coronavirus lockdown has impacted our staff, using Firstbeat Bodyguard measurement results.
Bad sleep can leave anyone struggling for answers. Why can’t I sleep? Why am I so tired in the morning? Why can’t I find the motivation to exercise and focus at work? Using a wearable device to track your sleep a good way to capture longer trends.
It would be sweet if just sleeping better would equal losing more weight. Unfortunately, it’s not that easy. You need to exercise, eat well and sleep well to successfully manage your weight.
At a time like this, it’s tough to come up with meaningful wellness guidelines, without oversimplifying or overlooking people’s realities.
The Firstbeat database reveals how different age groups sleep in the United Kingdom.
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.
Burnout Among Young Employees – The Stats, Factors and Potential Solutions to the Mental Health Issue
Why are young people struggling to cope in the modern workplace? And what can employers and employees do to help combat the onset of burnout at an early age?