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It’s not every day that global pandemics turn society on its head (though right now, it might feel like the new normal). Now more than ever, the health & wellbeing sector is at the forefront of people’s minds. Our latest report checks up on the British public, covering everything from physical & mental health to Health Tech.
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With recent global events, the health and wellbeing sector has been thrust to the forefront of our minds. It’s not just about keeping our physical bodies in good shape, it’s also caring for our mental health.
We’re more focused than ever on wellness and we’re looking for new ways to keep fit, get stronger, relax and rest. We surveyed 1,000 UK consumers in March 2020 to understand how people are feeling about their health and get a handle on anxiety and stress levels. This means our research took place as the coronavirus pandemic ramped up and people in the UK became more familiar with what it means.
The picture that the data paints is of a nation
in need of healing, with mental health issues
becoming increasingly common. Millennials
and Gen Z, especially, are feeling the strain of
modern life, reporting high stress and anxiety.
In this report, we explore the aspects of health and wellbeing that British people want to improve and their interest in different solutions, ranging from CBD products to DNA-based ‘precision medicine’.