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Understanding Energy

Discover informative articles, helpful tips, and customer stories to maintain a healthy energy level.

Introduction to Energy


Energy is what keeps up mobile, alert, and focused. Our diet and exercise habits affect our energy level. Many conditions and ailments can lower them, regardless of a healthy lifestyle.


Studies prove that there is a biological link between chronic pain and fatigue. As many as 3/4 people with chronic musculoskeletal pain report being tired and 94% of individuals with chronic fatigue report muscle pain. Fibromyalgia is only one of the primary conditions that cause fatigue.


Lingering pain becomes draining, demotivating, and causes discomfort to a point where sleep deprivation becomes an inevitability.


How to Have More Energy

Physical therapy, a balanced diet, and taking prescribed medication helps reducing pain levels.


Finding a comfortable sleeping position, limiting caffeine intake, unwinding before bed, and ensuring to exercise during the day, encourages restfulness.   


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Facts about Energy

  • The brain uses about 20% of the body’s total energy.


  • Energy metabolism is as much as 10% lower during sleep.


  • A quantity of energy is used for digesting, absorbing and storing the food we eat in our body, It accounts for around 10% of our total daily requirement.


  • The total cost of physical activity usually accounts for 20 to 30% of our daily energy expenditure and it varies according to our level of physical activity.

Reference 1 - Sleepdex.org

Reference 2 - University of Iowa

Reference 3 - Science Daily