Corporate Health: Monitoring Energy Levels

One of the most common problems reported through our Insights survey is that people feel they don’t have enough energy to get through the day. There are lots of reasons that could be behind this, and monitoring your energy levels can help you to understand what’s making you so tired, and how you can change it.

Staff that are energised are happier and more productive, so figuring out what’s making them sluggish can have fantastic results in the workplace!

Once they’ve figured that out, why not check out our guides to getting better sleep and eating for better energy?


Screen Shot 2016-05-19 at 11.40.20This article from Lifehack looks at a simple way to get to know your own energy cycles through the day, and gives advice on planning your day so that you’re doing activities at the optimal time. This is a great place to start with your staff that are having energy issues.


For those who have a more serious or long-term problem with tiredness, ManageMyFatigue is a great app that helps individuals to manage their day, build on success, and feel more energised. It’s available on iOS and Android.

Fluctuating energy levels throughout the month can also be a symptom of a woman’s menstrual cycle. Clue is a cycle tracking app that measures energy levels among other factors, which can help users to identify patterns. In this blog, the makers explain why they track energy levels, and how it can help women.

Nudjed Health Resources are collections of online content and tools that offer simple, low-cost ways to improve specific areas of health. To discover which areas of health are affecting productivity in your organisation, check out Nudjed Insights. 







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