16 Jul 2018

Is it more common to die from relaxation on the first day of holidays?

Is it more common to die from relaxation on the first day of holidays?

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.

20 Jun 2018

Are you a ‘thrill seeker’? That means you love fear (and reward)

Are you a ‘thrill seeker’? That means you love fear (and reward)

Are things never exciting and crazy enough for you? Maybe you are a ‘thrill seeker.' Tsuru expert and cardiologist Dr Ruud van Langeveld explains where this urge for new sensations comes from.

11 Jun 2018

High heart rate? These are the causes

High heart rate? These are the causes

A high heart rate can be normal. When your body needs more oxygen, your heart rate increases. Here you can read about the major causes of a high heart rate, written by Tsuru expert and cardiologist Dr Ruud van Langeveld.

06 Jun 2018

Tsuru video – The reason for stress keeping you awake at night

Tsuru video – The reason for stress keeping you awake at night

Do you always feel tired when you wake up? Watch the vlog by Tsuru sleep expert and Healthcare psychologist Dr Larissa van der Zalm, to find out the reason why you sleep badly.

21 May 2018

A noisy workplace is bad for your heart and this is why

A noisy workplace is bad for your heart and this is why

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.

20 Mar 2018

Tsuru video – The five most important signs of stress

Tsuru video – The 5 most important signs of stress

Do you recognise stress? There are many ways in which you can recognise an excess of stress. According to Tsuru expert and cardiologist Dr Ruud van Langeveld, these are the major signs.

16 Feb 2018

The danger of too much belly fat

The danger of too much belly fat

Too much belly fat can cause problems for your health, like diabetes and hearth failures. In order to prevent this it is important to be active and stick to a healthy and varied diet.

16 Jan 2018

A sustainable life with minimalism

A sustainable life with minimalism

There is a difference between working to live or to be able buy as many things as possible. With minimalism, you let go of the phsycial burdens, but also of the emotional ones.

04 Jan 2018

Drawing boundaries to yourself and your environment

Setting boundaries to yourself and your environment

Lack of boundaries often causes stress, resulting in fatigue and a burn-out. How do you make sure you do not cross your boundaries?

27 Dec 2017

Breathing exercises to reduce stress

Breathing exercises to reduce stress

Breathing exercises make you at peace or can give you more energy. Stress often leads to improper breathing, but improper breathing can also cause stress.

12 Dec 2017

Psychological absenteeism and burn-outs more often actively contested

Psychological absenteeism and burn-outs more often actively contested

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.

14 Nov 2017

Do you experience too much stress? Do the test!

Do you experience too much stress? Do the test!

How do you know if you have too much stress? Prepare the questionnaire and add up your points. Read whether the complaints are of a temporary nature, or that you better take a big step back.

10 Oct 2017

5 signs you need to do a step back

5 signs you need to do a step back

Too little exercise is not healthy, but too much exercise is not healthy either. Are you often tired, do your workouts not go well or do you just feel unwell? This may mean that you are overtrained.

21 Aug 2017

Recognise the mental consequences of injuries

Recognise the mental consequences of injuries

When doing sports such as running, horse riding, fitness, and football, the risk of getting an injury increases significantly. In this blog, we will explain more about injuries and mental resilience.

27 Jun 2017

Three causes of money problems

3 causes of money problems

Money problems can obstruct your happiness, health and motivation. Besides it can lead to stress and less productivity on the work floor. Read and recognize the causes.

27 Jun 2017

Is a higher salary the solution against dissatisfaction at work?

Is a higher salary the solution against dissatisfaction at work?

Dissatisfaction at work can have different causes. The problem is not often the lack of financial bonuses or a lease car, but with underlying factors.

20 Jul 2016

Positive and negative stress

Positive and negative stress

The term 'stress' is often used, but what does it mean exactly? Although stress is often seen as negative, healthy stress or tension can be used in a positive way in the short term.

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