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DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The “2022 Whole Living Consumer Database Report” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

Introduction to the Institute’s Whole Living Project

The publisher is pleased to publish its 2022 Whole Living Consumer Database Report. The Institute’s Whole Living Study is based on a new and unique way to explore health and wellness. It is based on the premise that the ongoing process of becoming aware of and making choices toward a healthy and fulfilling life.

Some example findings include:

  • Almost half of all American consumers are very satisfied that their life is in a balanced state
  • Only 1 in 4 are very satisfied with living an environmentally-friendly and sustainable lifestyle
  • Half of consumers are often confused by the changing information on what they are supposed to do to live a healthy lifestyle
  • However, over the past 10 years, significantly more consumers indicate they live a more satisfying life by having fewer material possessions
  • Almost three out of four consumers feel very positive and hopeful about the future

This report covers the following 6 Dimensions of Wellness and the opportunities which exist around them.

1. Financial: Concern over one’s financial future is having detrimental effects across a broad spectrum of health issues, identifying opportunities for assistance tools

2. Social: As consumers travel a wellness path, they become more aware of their importance in society, as well as the impact they have on multiple connection points

3. Physical: The physical benefits of looking good and feeling good, most often lead to the psychological benefits of enhanced self- esteem, self-control, determination, and a sense of direction

4. Technological: The more a consumer understands about their personal health, the more empowered they will be to improve upon it, and technology amplifies their understanding

5. Environmental; Consumers across all generations are embracing environmental responsibility and sustainability and making the connection between planetary and personal health

6. Emotional (P&M): Managing their life in personally rewarding ways and taking responsibility for their actions will help consumers to see life as an exciting, mindful, and hopeful adventure

Key Topics Covered:

1. Summary Methodology

2. Financial Dimension

  • Financial Dimension Definition
  • Snapshot of Financial Dimension Findings
  • Importance – Satisfaction Gaps for Financial Health
  • Ability to Meet Financial Obligations after Retirement
  • Financial Situation Since COVID-19
  • Repercussions of Economic Uncertainty
  • Uncertainty of Financial Retirement Needs
  • Concerns about Ability to Retire
  • Financial Preparedness
  • Health Implications of Financial Unpreparedness
  • Financial Implications of a Major Illness
  • Importance of Time vs. Money
  • Impact of Materialism on Life Satisfaction

3. Social Dimension

  • Social Dimension Definition
  • Snapshot of Social Dimension Findings
  • Importance – Satisfaction Gaps for Having People to Socialize With
  • Satisfaction with Quality of Community and Family Life
  • Existence of Social Support Network
  • Social Support Network among Satisfaction Groups
  • Pet Ownership
  • Perceptions of Racial Equality and Social Justice
  • Perceptions of Current State of Racial Equality
  • Perceptions of Current State of Social Justice
  • Interest in Corporate Support of Social Issues
  • Interest in Corporate Support of Social Issues by Ethnicity
  • Impact of Corporate Social Responsibility on Purchase
  • Lack of Corporate Social Responsibility on Purchase

4. Physical Dimension

  • Physical Dimension Definition
  • Snapshot of Physical Dimension Findings
  • Importance – Satisfaction of Physical Health
  • Personal Health Management
  • Ratings of Overall Health
  • Trended Ratings of Health by Generation
  • Ratings of Overall Health by Life Balance Groups
  • Aging Effects on Ability to Care for Oneself
  • Condition Management
  • Growth of Condition Management
  • Condition Management by Gender
  • Importance of Gut Health
  • Concern for Condition Prevention
  • Condition Management Through Nutrition
  • Importance – Satisfaction of Eating a Nutritious Diet
  • Barriers to Living Healthy
  • Importance – Satisfaction of Getting Enough Exercise
  • Cigarette and Alcohol Use
  • Interest in Alternative Care Options
  • Interest in Alternative Care Advice by Physician
  • Use of Telemedicine
  • Challenges of Caregiving
  • Interest in At-Home Services

5. Technological Dimension

  • Technological Dimension Definition
  • Snapshot of Technological Dimension Findings
  • Importance – Satisfaction of Understanding and Keeping Up with Technology
  • Interest in Health Technology by Generations
  • Interest in Health Technology by Ethnicity
  • Use of Telemedicine
  • Use of Telemedicine by Condition Managers
  • Use of Technology for Grocery Shopping
  • Influence of Social Media on Product Purchase

6. Environment Dimension

  • Environment Dimension Definition
  • Snapshot of Environment Dimension Findings
  • Importance – Satisfaction of Living an Environmentally-Friendly & Sustainable Lifestyle
  • Impact of COVID-19 on Environmental Conviction
  • Perceived Responsibility for Environmental Protection
  • Participation in Environmental Behaviors
  • Importance of Corporate Sustainable Initiatives
  • Importance of Corporate Cause Support on Purchase
  • Interest in Specific Corporate Initiatives
  • Impact of Retailer Sustainability Initiatives on Likelihood to Shop
  • Growth in Impact of Corporate Mindfulness on Trial and Loyalty
  • Connection of Personal and Planetary Health
  • Concern Regarding Chemical Connection to Disease
  • Environmental Impact of Lowered Human Activity During Pandemic
  • Impact of Lack of Environmental Responsibility on Purchase

7. Purpose & Meaning Dimension

  • Purpose & Meaning Dimension Definition
  • Snapshot of Purpose and Meaning Findings
  • Importance – Satisfaction of Emotional Health
  • Methods of Maintaining Health
  • Consumers Quotes on How They Maintain Their Health
  • Impact of Stress on Condition Management
  • Stress and Energy Levels Trended
  • Self Descriptors by Generation
  • Attitudes Regarding Helping Others
  • Donating Behavior
  • Volunteerism Across Demographic Groups
  • Interest in Creating Change for the Better
  • Future Outlook by Demographic Groups
  • Future Outlook Across Satisfied Groups vs. Unsatisfied Groups

Companies Mentioned

  • BCC research
  • NielsenIQ
  • Kroger
  • Trader Joes
  • Whole Foods

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