Elisabeth Honinx, researcher at moonbird: The right moment? Sometimes it's now
September 5th, 2021,
3 min read
"Nice to meet you, my name is Elisabeth. Today, I work at moonbird as a post-doctoral researcher. Before that I immersed myself in psychology, neuropsychology (MA) and social health sciences (PhD). The last five years or so I became more and more fascinated by the world of digital health, next to my interests in science and mental health. When moonbird approached me to start a research project together, it was as if all the pieces of the puzzle fell into place."
“As soon as I go into overdrive, I get headaches and fatigue and feel irritable. Then I know I can (read: should) take it easy. Or my environment will tell me to do so.”
“At such a moment I like to go out into the fresh air, for example for a walk. A good night's sleep also goes a long way. Preferably, if possible, I try to take some time off to recharge. I plan a trip to a sunny place. And just do nothing."
“Getting in touch with breathing exercises has made me think more consciously about the power of breathing. For example, I find myself often thinking about it during the day, during physical activities, during a difficult moment or when I am nervous. In addition, I have learned a lot about it. The many articles on breathing that I devour as a researcher have greatly stimulated my curiosity.”
“I prefer to use my moonbird in the evening on the couch, to take away the stress of the day. Or just before an important presentation, so that I can start relaxed.”
“The moonbird is compact, has a beautiful design, is easy to use and feels very natural. I sometimes have the impression that I have a little pet.”
"The right time, it could be now."
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