60 second for learning how to improve the environment of your office!
Sumondo Blog
by Lucie
5M ago
Some 45% of workers complained that they have a stressful journey to the office,  according to the British council for offices. The office is a place where workers can spend more time than in their own home! That’s why the environment of your workplace is really important. Based on many studies and reports, the different elements that should be present in the workplaces are: 1-Relaxation place (it can be fitness, sofa, or a space to drink your water, juices, coffee and tea with your colleagues).  2-A mix between :       Quiet working place,       Open sp ..read more
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How can music treat stress and anxiety?
Sumondo Blog
by Iryna Pakosh
11M ago
“Music is a powerful tool in galvanising people around an issue”, – famous singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran said. But could music help us to manage our stress and overcome anxiety?  Different types of music could influence our brains in non-identical ways. Speed music makes us more energetic; some songs make us sad or nostalgic; calm music helps to relax.  Sometimes when we feel stressed, we go to YouTube and look for specific music for stress. Other people turn on their favourite music. Is it helpful?  Two years ago, there was news about ten songs scientifically proven to make peop ..read more
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How to sleep well if you are stressed?
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by Iryna Pakosh
11M ago
Stress is one of the diseases of this century. Despite some specialists who say that little pressure can be helpful for our body, we want to talk about sleep and stress. How can we improve our sleeping? How to sleep well when you are stressed?  Stress and sleep are closely linked. Sleep quality and duration can be adversely affected by stress, while insufficient sleep can increase stress levels. Lack of sleep and stress can both adversely affect physical and mental health.  Sleep deprivation can be caused by stress. When you are constantly alert and unable to sleep, you can have imme ..read more
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Work-related stress and economic burden
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by Sneha Tambe
2y ago
Work-related stress Work-related stress is one of the huge health and safety challenges faced in Europe. It is the second most frequently reported work-associated health issue, affecting 22% of workers in EU since 2005. The number of people suffering from work-related stress is likely to increase in upcoming years due to the current situation of COVID-19.  Due to current pandemic situation, many people are losing their jobs and at some places people are facing salary/wage reduction. Research shows a relation between declining quality of life with declining quality of relationships with sp ..read more
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Creation of Sustainable Economy
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by Sneha Tambe
2y ago
  Mental health problems and stress is a taboo almost everywhere. The social stigma which is associated with discrimination isolates individuals with mental health issues and prevents them from seeking professional help. Societies blame patients most of the time for their condition and mental health issues are neglected, undetected and left untreated. Stress has major impact on health, economy, and quality of life. If people are constantly stressed due to pressure of workload or due to issues related to money and work-life balance, it may raise health-related concerns. Burden of stress is ..read more
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Offer during Corona Virus Challenge
Sumondo Blog
by admin
2y ago
Self-Help: Manage stress and ease anxiety with Sumondo In these corona times, many are nervous and anxious. It is important not to get self-inflicted, so you get stress and anxiety, because then it becomes even harder to meet the challenges. Sumondo wants to help anyone (including companies and their all employees) who wants it by providing free access to our app: Sumondo pro. This app contains mindfulness exercises: Breathing, Music Therapy and Guided Meditation (in English). Doing these exercises – or just one of them – every day can keep your stress down. Companies can send an email to: inf ..read more
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Scientific Background
Sumondo Blog
by admin
2y ago
Each and every technique used in Sumondo app is based on scientific background including stress measurement. We will cover four aspects in this section. Movement According to Harvard Medical School, “[E]xercise reduces levels of the body’s stress hormones, such as adrenaline and cortisol. It also stimulates the production of endorphins, the body’s natural painkillers and mood elevators.” We have done experiments with Sumondo app, where a person has not done any activity for a week and then he made physical movement during the day including walking, biking and movement. Where we clearly saw the ..read more
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Breathing
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by admin
2y ago
Breathing Breathing is something so natural that it’s easy to forget that it can play a role on our health. It allows for better control of our body & mind. Breathing slowly and deeply, for a few minutes per day, greatly reduces stress, but also other negative emotions such as depression. We have placed free breathing techniques videos on our youtube channel and also the article about these exercises at stressforeningen. The post Breathing appeared first on Sumondo ..read more
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Meditation
Sumondo Blog
by admin
2y ago
Sumondo has meditation as a treatment of stress. It has been proved that meditation helps distress. According to an article by Forbes, ‘Is mindfulness a promising option for treating chronic pain?’, meditation helps to regulate the heart rate and blood pressure. The term, mindfulness, is introduced in the article which is a type of meditation that focuses on the present, the environment that is surrounding us right at the moment. It can be trained by meditation. Therefore, the article concludes mindfulness is a compromising option and a superb solution for chronic pain, strongly supported by a ..read more
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Recovery
Sumondo Blog
by admin
2y ago
1. Structured Rest. Factoring in deliberate rest days is essential to any intense training program. Remember: more is not always better, and you don’t get stronger in the gym, you get stronger whilst you rest. I suggest incorporating a ‘down’ week every 8-12 weeks of intense exercise to allow your body to properly recover. This could be an entire week away from exercise or a time to temporarily reduce weight, intensity or volume. Believe me, your body will thank you for it. On the flip side, it’s important that you don’t take too much rest, as your body will decondition and you’ll end up with ..read more
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