Beurer Fascia-ReleaZer® at top-class sports

Justin Gatlin wins the gold medal in the 100m sprint at the 2017 World Championship versus sport legend Usain Bolt. Despite all expectations, Usain Bolt was unable to defeat Justin Gatlin (gold) and Christian Coleman (silver) in what was his last dramatic run at the end of his career. How can you prepare your fascia during the training phase for such an exceptional performance and keep them resilient for the duration of a tournament? Many world athletes like Justin Gatlin and Canadian Aaron Brown use the Beurer Fascia-ReleaZer® for this purpose.

New activity sensor with move reminder and message display

As part of the IFA Innovations Media Briefing being held at the Berlin Congress Center on 11 and 12 July 2017, Beurer GmbH is giving a first insight into the new products for IFA 2017, which include its new AS 87 activity sensor. The new activity and sleep tracker is an addition to the company's comprehensive range of activity sensors. The device offers special features such as the PassKey function, the move reminder and the caller and message display.

New "HealthManager" on show at IFA 2017

Beurer will be presenting its "beurer HealthManager" 2.0 at IFA 2017. The Ulm-based health specialist will be giving a taste of what's to come as part of the IFA Innovations Media Briefing (IMB) on 11 to 12 July at the Berlin Congress Center. Along with a fresh new design, visitors can look forward to expanded additional features.

How (badly) Germany sleeps

Beurer will be bringing along its newly published "2017 sleep atlas" to the IFA Innovations Media Briefing, held on 11 to 12 July 2017 in Berlin. The study looks at the sleep behaviour of Germans with regard to different influencing factors such as regions, family situation, income and health. Part of the study involved an objective comparison measurement of sleep behaviour with the SE 80 SleepExpert sleep sensor, which was used in addition to the subjective survey. The resulting findings point to differences in the subjective perception and objective measurement of sleep duration.

CosyNight: warm up your bed when you are out and about

Getting into a warm and cosy bed in the cold autumn and winter months – who doesn't want that? The Ulm-based health specialist is introducing two innovative products with the new UB 190 CosyNight and UB 200 CosyNight heated underblankets, which can even be controlled when you are out and about. Your home WiFi and the "beurer CosyNight" app make it possible.

Feel good all round!

Over 500 products live up to the Beurer claim: health and well-being. With its diverse range of products, Beurer meets customers' needs perfectly in these areas that are so important for society. Thanks to the continual adaptation to new trends and needs, the entire range of products is now available from great-value entry-level models through to high-end products. Whether it is for weight, blood pressure or hair removal, a beginner or a professional – Beurer covers all these needs with its comprehensive brand approach and portfolio.

Strong brand: Beurer wins the German Brand Award

This year Beurer has won the German Brand Award for the first time. The award, which was set up by the German Design Council and the German Brand Institute recognises successful brands, consistent brand management and sustainable brand communication. Beurer's Managing Director Marco Bühler accepted the prize yesterday evening at the official award ceremony in Berlin.

Beurer is one of the best digital innovators in Germany

The German Chamber of Industry and Commerce (DIHK) and regional chambers of industry and commerce (IHKs) have been looking for the best digital innovators in Germany. Beurer GmbH emerged as the national winner in the "Healthcare" sector. Beurer's Managing Director Georg Walkenbach accepted the award yesterday in Berlin as part of the G20 Young Entrepreneurs' Alliance Summit.

Representative sleep study shows that people subjectively evaluate their sleep as better than it actually is

Germans sleep for less time and less restfully than they think. This is a central result of the “Beurer Sleep Atlas 2017”, which was commissioned by health specialist Beurer, and compiled by Dr Michael Feld from Cologne, a sleep specialist. Together with Prof Peter Young of the University of Münster, he carried out a large comparative study on sleep quality and sleeping habits in Germany. 3,491 German citizens took part in the representative survey. The SE 80 SleepExpert sleep sensor from Beurer was also used to measure the sleep of 222 participants. The study shows a significant discrepancy between the subjective information and the objectively measured values from the biosignal sleep sensor.

Beurer Open House Tour 2017: Helsinki, Stockholm and Warsaw

Helsinki, Stockholm and Warsaw – these are the European cities that will be visited in May and June 2017 as part of the exclusive and international Beurer Open House Tour.