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Energy blood test profile 

In today’s fast-paced world, maintaining optimal energy levels is essential for overall well-being and productivity. However, many factors can influence our energy levels, including diet, lifestyle, and underlying health conditions. To gain insights into our energy levels and identify potential issues, healthcare providers may recommend an energy blood test. In this blog post, we’ll delve into the basics of energy blood tests, what they entail, and why they’re important for our health. At Fusion Healthcare, we now offer a comprehensive energy blood test profile which aims to evaluate aspects of your health that may be having an impact on your energy levels. 

There are many factors of our health that have a direct impact on our energy levels, if you feel as though your energy levels are low or different compared to normal, then this energy blood test profile may be right for you. 

This blood test profile will cover common causes for feeling tired all the time. 

  • High-sensitivity C-Reactive Protein 
  • Full Blood Count,  
  • ESR (erythrocyte sedimentation rate ) 
  • Liver Function Test 
  • Vitamin D,  Vitamin B12 
  • Ferritin 
  • Testosterone (total) 
  • Diabetes (HbA1c) 
  •   Thyroid function (TSH and T4) 


What is an energy blood test? 

An energy blood test is a comprehensive blood test which evaluates aspects of your health which might be having an impact on your energy levels. Our bodies require many hormones and vitamins to function, however, levels that are too high or too low compared to the normal range can have varying effects on our energy levels. As such, the Fusion Healthcare energy blood tests aims to evaluate these aspects and provide valuable insights into various aspects of your health. This test measure different markers in the blood that can indicate overall health, nutrient deficiencies, organ function, and potential underlying health conditions that may impact energy levels. 

The components of the energy blood test 

This blood test will cover multiple factors, with the aim of highlighting any nutrient deficiencies, evaluating organ function, and establishing any potential underlying health issues that could be causing a fall in energy levels. The Fusion Healthcare energy blood test covers: 

  • High-sensitivity C-Reactive Protein, the symptoms of elevated CRP levels depend on the underlying condition that is causing them. However, a common symptom of elevated CRP is unexplained exhaustion. 
  • Full Blood Count, this part of the test measures various components of blood, including red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets. Abnormalities in these components can indicate conditions such as anaemia or infections, which may affect energy levels. 
  • ESR : An erythrocyte sedimentation rate (ESR) is a blood test that that can show if you have inflammation in your body. Inflammation is your immune system’s response to injury, infection, and many types of conditions, including immune system disorders, certain cancers, and blood disorders. 
  • Liver Function Test, assessing the function of the liver is important as reduced liver function can negatively affect your metabolism. This can leave you feeling fatigued and sluggish.  
  • Vitamin D, Vitamin D is an essential vitamin and has a lack of it has direct impact on energy levels. Vitamin D deficiency is frequent and has been associated with fatigue and other unspecific symptoms including headache, musculoskeletal pain and weakness, depression, and impaired cognitive performance. 
  • Vitamin B12, Deficiencies in vitamin D can result in diminished energy. While B12 doesn’t directly provide energy, it does give the body the tools it needs to convert food molecules into energy. 
  • Ferritin, Iron deficiencies mean you probably have lower red blood cell count and haemoglobin levels. As a result, your blood can carry less oxygen to your muscles and brain, negatively impacting performance and overall well-being. 
  • Testosterone (total), In men, a significant drop in testosterone levels can result in a reduced sex drive, increased body fat, decreased motivation, and sleep problems like insomnia. These symptoms can add up to chronic low energy and mental and physical fatigue. 
  • Diabetes (HbA1c), People with diabetes commonly experience persistent fatigue. Causes of fatigue can include high or low blood sugar levels, depression, being overweight, certain medications, and coinciding medical conditions. 
  • Thyroid function (TSH and T4), Thyroid hormones play a crucial role in regulating metabolism and energy production in the body. Thyroid function tests measure levels of thyroid hormones (T3, T4) and thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH) to assess thyroid function and identify potential thyroid disorders that may affect energy levels. 


Total Price : £ 180.00  

What is the importance? 

  • Identifying underlying health conditions: This test can help highlight abnormalities in blood markers, which in turn would signify any underlying health concerns. 
  • Assessing organ function: This test can provide valuable insight into the function of vital organs, like the liver, which play a vital role in energy production. 
  • Monitoring overall health: This test can help to monitor overall health and identify any potential health issues early, allowing for timely intervention and management. 

This energy blood test profile is a valuable tool for assessing overall health, identifying underlying health conditions, and understanding factors that may be impacting your energy levels. By providing sights into various aspects of the health, this test could play a crucial role helping you to maintain optimal energy levels and well-being.  

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