According to a recent study, 58% of French people say they are tired*. This fatigue can be physical or mental, or a combination of both, and its impact on daily life is considerable. Physical fatigue is characterised by a reduction in the body’s energy levels, generally caused by physical work that is too intense or too prolonged. Mental fatigue, on the other hand, is characterised by a feeling of general exhaustion and persistent drowsiness. Physical fatigue is therefore more occasional and of limited duration, whereas mental fatigue is long-term and more difficult to treat.

There are many causes of fatigue. For example, lack of sleep or poor quality sleep can lead to physical and/or mental asthenia. Today, more than 1 in 3 French people suffer from inadequate sleep**.

Stress is another of the main causes of fatigue: 89% of the French population is affected by stress**, and there are many ways in which it can affect daily life. The accumulation of fatigue generated by poor stress management leads to a lack of energy and vitality.

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Made with carefully selected ingredients, it has both a boosting effect on physical tiredness to immediately restore tone and energy. In addition, Innolphae® énergie helps to maintain optimum vitality day after day, thanks to its comprehensive treatment of stress and its consequences on chronic mental fatigue.

Innolphae® energy is a sensory active ingredient that acts directly on the areas of the brain involved in stress management via the retronasal route. A unique and innovative mode of action, a true signature of our expertise and knowledge of olfaction and the many subtleties associated with it.

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*France Info article: “Health: the French are increasingly tired”. Published on 28/11/2021 21:49.

** Actif’s n°83, Stress-sommeil: un segment serein, 2023 – source INSV