The culture of well-being has never been more relevant than today. After the pandemic, it is a fact that people have begun to care much more about their personal health and well-being. Mindshare ‘Wellness Revolution’ research reveals that 66% of the world’s population pays more attention to their general health now than before COVID-19 and around 4 in 10 global consumers would say saving money, eating well and doing Exercising regularly is one of your top priorities for managing your well-being.
One of the consequences of the global lockdown was the increase in time that consumers had to focus on work-life balance, giving them more top industry data time to develop healthy habits. Two years later, people are still looking for ways to prevent future health problems, from changing their diet to using wearable devices to monitor well-being and keeping health insurance costs down . According to this research, 73% of global consumers say they are trying to stay healthy while spending more time at home and say it is now the public’s responsibility to live safely with COVID. In our research, 42% of those interviewed stated that if they were sick in the future, they would be more likely to visit a teledoctor rather than go to a doctor’s office.
MENTAL MIND OVER MATTER
The pandemic and subsequent lockdowns put a lot of pressure on our mental health and made us give more importance to this aspect of our Database USA lives. Our research shows that 54% of people say the pandemic has made them think differently about their mental health and more than half of the world’s population (57%) say the new hybrid approach to work life will give them more opportunities to do the things they like. Facing the pressures of mental health from all angles, whether it’s the risk to the health of loved ones, financial strain (76% have noticed the cost of their household bills has increased) or loneliness, the Consumer attitudes regarding how to take care of themselves have transformed. People are increasingly looking for solutions to manage increasing levels of stress and anxiety.