The internet is not the only thing Millennials are connected to; they are also connected to their well-being.
This is the first digital native generation that spends more than 6 hours a day connected to the internet. In the study’s findings, 49% were determined to be quite interested in their health, 32% demonstrated having a low interest in managing their food and exercise, and 19% demonstrated having a complete lack of concern. About eight out of every ten millennials considers health to be very important in their lives and as a result, seek out healthy lifestyles and want to be informed about them.
As for mental health, two out of three state they are happy. As a generation, their emotional well-being is as important to them as their physical and mental well-being. Similarly, this generation also practices healthy habits, focused mainly on exercise and food-related activities while also giving importance to rest and comfort.
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