21 Nov 2018
Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response is, at the moment, not a very widely known term. ASMR is said to bring about relaxation reactions in the body and in the brain. Certain kinds of videos can trigger this, for example videos of people whispering.
19 Nov 2018
We all know the amount of calories a person burns when they are at rest. However, this is not always realistic because everybody moves, even if it’s just a little bit. In this blog you can read how to calculate the actual amount of calories you burn.
22 Oct 2018
Do you know what your natural sleep rhythm is? Lots of people don’t know this because of the continuous supply of artificial light they’re confronted with on a daily basis. Holidays are therefore an excellent time to examine your sleep rhythm.
10 Oct 2018
A poor balance between work and private life creeps in unconsciously. Even if you get a lot of satisfaction and pleasure from your work, at a given moment it may become too much. Did you end up in total chaos? Read quickly for tips!
24 Sep 2018
With a pedometer it is easy to keep track of the number of steps you take in a day. This way you can exactly see whether you have reached the norm of 10,000 steps. But where does this norm come from, and is a brisk walk for 10 minutes better?
12 Sep 2018
It seems to be a truly heavy quest to find your ultimate goal in life. Some people succeed, but not everyone. Is it feasible? In the Blue Zones it is. In this blog we look at their secret for a long and happy life.
22 Aug 2018
How do you spend your holidays? Some employees choose to only take their essential holiday hours and to stay home. Here you can read tips on how to refine the art of celebrating holidays and how to sustain that holiday feeling.
22 Aug 2018
Recently, it was reported in the news that side-sleepers more often suffer from heart rhythm disorders. But: is it really true? In this vlog, Tsuru expert and cardiologist Dr Ruud van Langeveld explains what is known so far about this research.
13 Aug 2018
In Japan, employees of certain companies need to work at least 100 hours overtime. Sometimes this can lead to death, called Karoshi. Tsuru Expert and cardiologist Dr Ruud van Langeveld explains the factors that contribute to this.
16 Jul 2018
Are you due to have a well-earned holiday? This increases the chance of dying on your first day off. You need to slowly decrease the stresses that have been building up for days or maybe even weeks, according to some researchers.
27 Jun 2018
'Don’t take it personally; it’s not about you' is a common statement. Even though this is true most of the time, it is hard to keep this in mind when are being bombarded with criticism. Here, you can read what you can do about this.
04 Jun 2018
Everyone knows the sensation of the heart skipping a beat now and then. There is often a clear cause for this. In this blog by cardiologist and Tsuru expert Dr Ruud van Langeveld, you can learn what you can do about this.
21 May 2018
Noise at work or at home is not only annoying to your ears. Your heart and your blood vessels can also suffer, according to recent research. Tsuru expert and cardiologist Dr Ruud van Langeveld lists the major risks related to too much noise.
03 Apr 2018
A typical issue of 'do try this at home': the skinfold calliper. Provided of course that you follow the correct steps! Tsuru Expert and cardiologist Dr Ruud van Langeveld explains how you can measure your body fat quickly and effectively at home.
26 Mar 2018
Snoring is annoying. Not just for yourself but also for the person next to you. Tsuru expert and cardiologist Dr Ruud van Langeveld explains the risks that are associated with snoring and that play a role in your health and your heart.
12 Dec 2017
Absenteeism increasingly has a psychological cause. The importance of preventive measures therefore increases. Nevertheless, the use of health apps on the basis of psychological interventions remains behind. That is changing.
16 Oct 2017
A good conversation starts with small talk. This is often considered useless, but it is not. Do you find it difficult or awkward to start an easy conversation? These tips will make finding topics to talk about something of the past.
20 Sep 2017
Drs. Jessy Brouwers, clinical psychologist and healthcare entrepreneur calls for psycho-education in schools. Understanding what mental health is and how we can keep our brain and body healthy prevents a burn-out at a young and later age.
30 May 2017
The aging population is a social trend. It means that the number of 65 plus year olds is increasing, but also that the life expectancy of 25-65 year-olds increases. How do you keep older employees longer healthy and sustainable on the work floor?
20 Feb 2017
There are more than enough apps on the market that can give insight in your eating patterns. With an eating diary you create more awareness about your eating habits: if you want to lose weight or if you want to adjust your complete lifestyle.