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Linkura helps SKF improve the workplace health of its employees through data-driven insights
To actively work with the health of the employees is becoming increasingly important for companies. It is not only important to create an attractive workplace,
Engagement at work and the effect on HRV – healthy workplaces are less stressful
Engagement that is taken care of in a sustainable way increases both performance and well-being of a company’s employees. In a safe work environment where each individual’s psychological needs are met, drive and job satisfaction thrive while stress is eliminated. We go through how you can work strategically to increase commitment in the workplace, and how you can use HRV to measure whether the staff is stressed or engaged.
Feel better with the help of biohacking
With the help of biohacking, you can gain a better understanding of the biological systems in your body, as well as how you can influence them to optimize your health and well-being. Here’s how you can use HRV as a tool to understand your unique circumstances and to improve your well-being.
Measure your HRV and reduce your stress
Stress has become the great health villain of our time and can impair well-being and lead to long sick leave. The best way to prevent stress is to detect symptoms early and keep track of stress levels. An effective way to measure stress is through HRV – heart rate variability. Here’s how the link between stress and HRV works, and how you can reduce your stress by measuring your HRV.
Why should you care about how you breathe?
Breathing is both controlled by and affects the nervous system. It is therefore easy to understand that the way we breathe affects how we feel. Today we can explain this with the support of research.
Finding flow with the help of HRV
Many of us want to achieve things in life. Often and a lot. Only to notice after a while, more or less painfully, that the
Can you measure stress?
Can stress be measured? Stress is a pronounced problem in many workplaces. High stress causes low commitment, high staff turnover, reduced productivity and high costs