What are mitochondria?Mitochondria are the “energy factory” of our body. Several thousand mitochondria are in nearly every cell in the body. Their job is to process oxygen and convert substances from the foods we eat into energy. Mitochondria produce 90% of the energy our body needs to function.
- loss in muscle strength, and
- anxiety- and depressive-like behaviours
These symptoms were consistent with the clinical symptoms of FM. They did not induce body weight and temperature alterations or motor impairment.