Study: Physical activity reduces the risk of severe COVID-19

According to the study conducted by American scientists on a group of nearly 50,000 COVID-19 patients, compared to people practising sports at least 150 minutes a week, the risk of severe COVID-19 and related hospitalisation among the physically inactive increases by 130...
Business has the power to change reality, especially in the time of the pandemic

According to the latest Edelman Trust Barometer 2021 report, during the pandemic the society trusts employers and the private sector more than governments or NGOs.  Over 60% of people in the world expect business to take actions focused on solving social problems. Today ...
During the pandemic, Poles gain weight and are not physically active enough

According to the Ipsos COVID 365+ survey, 72% of Poles admit that today health is of greatest value for them, and more than a half (51%) say that it has gained in importance over the last year. Although the inhabitants of Poland are aware of the influence of lifestyle on...
The burden of remote work – back pain is an increasingly common problem during the pandemic

According to a survey conducted for Benefit Systems on the Ariadna panel at the end of March, as many as 86% of Poles experience back pain, more than half of them struggle with this problem at least once a week and 13% indicate that back pain increased during the pandemi...
Benefit Systems Group: strong 2020 balance sheet and good development prospects

In 2020 the Benefit Systems Group implemented several measures to reduce the negative impact of the pandemic on key areas of its activity. Already during the first lockdown, processes securing the Group’s long-term financial liquidity, including the optimization of the c...
Happiness in the pandemic

According to the Ipsos survey, as many as 89% of inhabitants of Poland indicate that currently their greatest source of satisfaction is good health. Unfortunately, during the COVID-19 pandemic, one in three Poles admit that they are not too happy or not happy at all. Exp...
Survey: 82% of companies increased their health spending during the pandemic

Already 41% of decision-makers in companies in Poland believe that in the future promoting physical activity will be the key to support their employees’ health. According to the managers, the greatest benefit of offering pro-health benefits is the increase in employee sa...
During the pandemic stress and depression are a growing health problem for Poles

According to the Social Insurance Institution data, in 2020 doctors issued more than half a million sick leaves due to a severe reaction to stress and adaptation disorders – a record compared to previous years. On the other hand, depressive episodes resulted in more than...
Fitness online – how do Poles exercise during the pandemic?

Almost a year of struggle with the pandemic, including social isolation and the prolonged closure of sports facilities, caused many Poles to transfer their sports habits to their homes. According to Deloitte, 50% of physical activity enthusiasts became interested in onli...
Zdrofit Zdrowe Miejsce is launched in Warsaw

Zdrofit, a popular fitness club chain, has been putting health and an active lifestyle first for years, encouraging everyone to exercise regularly. Thanks to Zdrofit Zdrowe Miejsce treatment facilities its mission is now gaining a medical dimension. On May 5 this year 10...
Study: Physical activity reduces the risk of severe COVID-19

According to the study conducted by American scientists on a group of nearly 50,000 COVID-19 patients, compared to people practising sports at least 150 minutes a week, the risk of severe COVID-19 and related hospitalisation among the physically inactive increases by 130...
Business has the power to change reality, especially in the time of the pandemic

According to the latest Edelman Trust Barometer 2021 report, during the pandemic the society trusts employers and the private sector more than governments or NGOs.  Over 60% of people in the world expect business to take actions focused on solving social problems. Today ...
During the pandemic, Poles gain weight and are not physically active enough

According to the Ipsos COVID 365+ survey, 72% of Poles admit that today health is of greatest value for them, and more than a half (51%) say that it has gained in importance over the last year. Although the inhabitants of Poland are aware of the influence of lifestyle on...
The burden of remote work – back pain is an increasingly common problem during the pandemic

According to a survey conducted for Benefit Systems on the Ariadna panel at the end of March, as many as 86% of Poles experience back pain, more than half of them struggle with this problem at least once a week and 13% indicate that back pain increased during the pandemi...
Benefit Systems Group: strong 2020 balance sheet and good development prospects

In 2020 the Benefit Systems Group implemented several measures to reduce the negative impact of the pandemic on key areas of its activity. Already during the first lockdown, processes securing the Group’s long-term financial liquidity, including the optimization of the c...
Happiness in the pandemic

According to the Ipsos survey, as many as 89% of inhabitants of Poland indicate that currently their greatest source of satisfaction is good health. Unfortunately, during the COVID-19 pandemic, one in three Poles admit that they are not too happy or not happy at all. Exp...
Survey: 82% of companies increased their health spending during the pandemic

Already 41% of decision-makers in companies in Poland believe that in the future promoting physical activity will be the key to support their employees’ health. According to the managers, the greatest benefit of offering pro-health benefits is the increase in employee sa...
During the pandemic stress and depression are a growing health problem for Poles

According to the Social Insurance Institution data, in 2020 doctors issued more than half a million sick leaves due to a severe reaction to stress and adaptation disorders – a record compared to previous years. On the other hand, depressive episodes resulted in more than...
Fitness online – how do Poles exercise during the pandemic?

Almost a year of struggle with the pandemic, including social isolation and the prolonged closure of sports facilities, caused many Poles to transfer their sports habits to their homes. According to Deloitte, 50% of physical activity enthusiasts became interested in onli...
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