- Five steps to better sleep…
- Sleep and health
- The best bedding choices
- Wonderful micro-siestas!
- Siestas to enhance workplace performance
- Pay off your sleep debt
- Your bed is your friend!
- Natural remedies for a good night's sleep
- The link between caffeine and insomnia
- 10 questions about sleep…
- Why can't I sleep well?
- Change your bedding
- 10 rules for charming your computer
- 5 steps to success at work
- Enneagram: The career-boosting personality test
- Why work-related stress is bad for you
- The rise of the granny au pair
- How to avoid visual fatigue
- Chronopsychology: Optimise your day
- Preventing venous insufficiency at work
- Safety and health at work
- Do you balance work and life?
- Are you a workaholic?
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Some of us work from home, some of us live at work...Doctissimo helps you balance work and life, safely, healthily and happily.
Few of us can avoid working in front of a computer nowadays, for at least part of the day if not all day long. A good desk arrangement and a few simple little measures will allow you to work in perfect harmony with this trusty office essential.
You’re full of energy and ambition at work, but how do you get where you want to be in your career? Elisabeth Malissen, careers coach and specialist in professional relationships, has come up with five easy steps to help you succeed at work.
We all dream of a better working life, even if we aren’t obsessed with our careers. Do you want to develop your skills further and broaden your horizons? The Enneagram personality test can help you do just that! Eric Salmon, director of the Centre for Enneagram Studies, tells us more.
Relentless schedules, long hours, stress and fatigue... Our working conditions are often far from healthy. But at a time of economic instability and job insecurity, it’s never been more important to beat work-related stress.
Once their own children have grown up and flown the nest, some older women turn to a second career in childcare to avoid loneliness or stay active. If their children and grandchildren are far away, they may choose to volunteer or work supporting young families who benefit from their wisdom and...
Suffering from headaches, stinging or dry eyes? Visual fatigue is a daily nuisance for many people who work in front of computer screens. Luckily, a trip to the optician and some changed to your working environment are all it takes to get back to being bright and alert.
Some psychologists criticise modern day work habits such as staying late in the office and spending too long glued to our computer screens. Now a new breed of specialists called chronopsychologists are saying long days are bad for us, and advising us to go back to more balanced ways of working.
40% of workers could suffer from chronic venous insufficiency – and in some professions, up to 80% could suffer. Follow our guide to keeping your circulation healthy at work.
An estimated 40 million working days a year are lost through work-related ill-health or injury, and there are 350 deaths a year due to accidents at work.
At work, do you keep yourself to yourself? Or on the contrary, are you the type to tell your work colleagues all about that glandular fever you had when you were 15 or your partner’s snoring? Do you know how to separate private life from professional life? Answer these questions to find...
While some just think of home time, others never seem to leave their desk. How about you? Are you so dependent on your work that you just couldn't do without it? Or are you the type to come back from holidays and start thinking about the next trip away? Take this test to find out if...
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