Sunshine and natural light are essential to our wellbeing. The right type of light, at the right time, keeps us fit, healthy and fresh.
Find out more about how Philips EnergyUp can help.
Spending lot of time indoors with little or no daylight?
Fight the dip
Experience dips at certain times of day, eg. after lunch?
Finding it difficult to stay awake in the evening?
Difficult to get up without an alarm clock?
Lower energy and mood in the darker days of the year?
Spending lot of time indoors with little or no daylight and under low luminance artificial lighting, can affect your energy, alertness and mood. Most people recognize this as it is sometimes difficult to stay awake, even during daytime.
Philips EnergyUp can be used throughout the day to increase your energy level and counteract tiredness.
Fight the dip
Many people regularly experience energy and performance dips throughout the day. They feel they should sleep for much longer than their lives and lifestyles allow. The most common time to feel an energy dip is after lunch.
Philips EnergyUp can be used to overcome fatigue and remain active throughout the day.
Are you a typical morning person who wakes up early in the morning, but struggles to stay awake in the evening?
If you use Philips EnergyUp regularly in the evening close to bedtime, you should feel less sleepy at the last part of the day.
Do you have lots of energy in the evening, but do find it difficult to get up without an alarm clock or do you like to sleep in?
Some extra morning light of EnergyUp helps you to function better in the mornings and to reinforce a regular sleep pattern.
In countries with long winters, up to 15% of people experience loss of energy, lethargy and fatigue due to lack of natural light. It’s known as the winter blues. About 1-3 % also suffer from low spirits and winter depression, which is also known as seasonal affective disorder (SAD).
EnergyUp fights these symptoms of winter fatigue with the natural energizing power of sunlight, sustaining the body with summer vitality throughout the dark winter months.