What are the 6 trends that define the future of health and wellness? – Cure Keeping

INTRODUCTION

People are becoming more aware of the importance of health and wellness as it relates to how we live our lives and how we see ourselves as people. 

Here’s what the future holds in terms of healthy living, according to experts on the subject. These are six trends that define the future of health and wellness.


What are the 6 trends that define the future of health and wellness


List Of 6 trends that define the future of health and wellness

1) Industry Shifts

2) The Rise of Millennials

3) Fashion Influence on Wellness

4) Data Analysis

5) New Technology

6) Impactful Crowdfunding Campaigns


1) Industry Shifts

The new health-and-wellness landscape is rapidly shifting. As consumers begin to crave fresh, organic food, more farmers’ markets and community-supported agriculture initiatives—in which consumers can buy produce directly from farmers—are popping up across the country. And while sitting in traffic in Los Angeles or on a runway in Chicago may not be ideal for our well-being, there’s hope yet: Studies have found that by taking public transportation instead of driving alone, we can reduce stress and anxiety while also increasing physical activity levels (that equals weight loss!). 

That’s because 80 per cent of commuters spend their travel time doing something else other than driving—mostly reading or texting! In addition, as research continues to show that what we eat has a direct impact on how our genes function, restaurants like White Castle are rolling out healthy menus with nutrition facts right next to each item; Chipotle is adding Cantina locations, where customers can order food without artificial ingredients; and Panera Bread has been testing out vegan power bowls in select cities around America. 

Finally, pop culture has given us plenty of opportunities to exercise with celebrities offering us healthier versions of snack foods like chips (Kale over Kettle) and ice cream (Pint Over Pint). With these shifts come opportunities for entrepreneurs looking to create healthy eating options for busy Americans who want convenience but don’t want unhealthiness… * [insert five ideas] …The post isn’t very specific at all, so use your imagination and think about what industry you’re passionate about. 

What does it look like in 10 years? Write an original piece focusing on four or five key trends you’d like to cover related to that industry. Include some fun facts along with data backing up your content and infographics showing visual representations if possible.


What are the 6 trends that define the future of health and wellness


2) The Rise of Millennials

According to a recent Pew Research Center report, millennials—those born between 1981 and 1996—now outnumber baby boomers. 

In fact, millennials have overtaken every other generation as America’s largest living generation. It’s projected that within five years or so, millennials will be 75 million strong in America. Of course, millennial age group demographics alone won’t directly shape American health care; however, there are several key factors within the trend of millennials to consider when looking at how they’re changing health care delivery across America (and throughout the world). 

For example 

1) Millennials don’t see health or wellness as a destination but instead as an ongoing journey. 

2) Millennials want constant access to information and want it quickly. 

3) Millennials trust peer recommendations over medical advice from traditional experts. 

4) Medication isn’t always viewed as the first line of defence; what you do with your body is often more important than what you take into it, including exercise and even meditation. 

5) Health is defined by more than its physical aspects alone—emotional well-being has also grown in importance among young adults in recent years. As such, 

6) millennials are more likely to seek out mental-health providers for help with depression, anxiety and eating disorders than their older counterparts did during their formative adult years.


What are the 6 trends that define the future of health and wellness


3) Fashion Influence on Wellness

Health and wellness are no longer just about food, sleep, exercise, and meditation. Fashion plays a role in how we think about staying healthy. Let’s look at some recent developments: Wellness Shoes, Live Well Journals, Health Lifestyles Apps, Toning Sportswear. 

All of these examples show how wearable technology will influence health and wellness practices moving forward. The wide availability of wearables also means more data for everyone to use in their journey towards better health! More apps, more wearables mean more people collecting data on everything from fitness routines to chronic conditions like diabetes or heart disease. 

This trend will continue through 2019 as new solutions emerge for patient care management so individuals can stay active, feel empowered and enjoy a better quality of life! Working Flexible Hours, At Home: 

Thanks to remote work arrangements and cloud-based project management software (like Slack), it’s easier than ever before to work from home. Increasingly though, working from home doesn’t necessarily mean doing your job from your house – but rather working flexible hours around your daily schedule and lifestyle needs. For example – many creative professionals design projects in coffee shops, because they find being surrounded by other people, keeps them focused and makes brainstorming easier. 

Other jobs might require long periods of focus or flexibility with specific start times depending on traffic patterns each day – similar to how doctors and attorneys do billable hours where they bill clients based on fixed hourly rates or completing task lists within given deadlines.


What are the 6 trends that define the future of health and wellness


4) Data Analysis

Health and wellness is a rapidly growing industry, but to take advantage of what’s to come, it’s important to understand which data points matter most. 

Each year, there are more than 38 million fitness-related searches on Google (in fact, running was one of 2015’s top trending searches) and nearly 140 million Americans use wearable devices. Needless to say, health and wellness is a hot topic for both consumers and brands—and it will only become hotter as wearables integrate with other connected devices (think smart homes). So what does all that mean for those looking to get into health and wellness?

If you want your brand positioned well in 2018 and beyond, here are some key stats you’ll want to pay attention to [All statistics from Forbes]

#1: Fitness And Nutrition Are The Fastest Growing Segments In The Healthcare Industry How big are we talking about? Well, according to Forbes, health and wellness is currently a $4 trillion global market —and it’s expected to reach $6 trillion by 2020. Fitness specifically accounts for 20% of that growth; meanwhile, personal training revenues have increased from $50 billion globally in 2010 to $70 billion worldwide today. 

#2: Millennials Are Biggest Users Of Digital Health Tools According To numbers provided by Deloitte, millennials make up 30% of current users who either own or plan to purchase digital health tools within three years.


What are the 6 trends that define the future of health and wellness


5) New Technology

From apps to wearables, technology has become an important part of health and wellness. Technology is making it easier than ever to track our habits, manage our stress levels, sleep better, and get more active. 

That said, while technology may make some aspects of life easier—eating right or working out harder—the world would be wise not to rely on it too much: human connection is still a necessity. 

Health and wellness should always come from within—something these new technologies can’t provide for us. It’s an exciting time for new technology but we can never forget how easy it is to fall victim to technology’s siren song! After all, as C.S. Lewis once put it: Nothing looks less like exercise than a game of golf. 

As such, there’s nothing wrong with trying these new gadgets and gizmos; just don’t expect them to replace getting off your rear end!  After all, if using technology makes you eat right and work out harder tomorrow, great. But if you find yourself quitting those healthy habits in two weeks (or two days) simply because they’re hard or inconvenient, well…that’s not progress!


What are the 6 trends that define the future of health and wellness


6) Impactful Crowdfunding Campaigns

There is no doubt that crowdfunding has revolutionized how individuals can support a cause they believe in or start a business. However, unless you’re part of an established brand, it can be hard to drum up much buzz. 

As with any good marketing campaign, you have to know your audience. Finding out what will resonate with them is just as important as getting your product right. If a campaign succeeds it will likely do so organically because people believe in the idea and want to see it come to fruition. Here are some guidelines for designing a successful crowd-funding campaign Top 10 Best Ways to Improve Your Life: 

Trying to figure out how to improve your life without spending money? 

This post breaks down 10 ways you can make some quick changes that may lead you toward a happier, healthier lifestyle. These top ten tips help reduce stress and frustration in everyday life all while saving money. 

For example: try making time for yourself by taking regular walks outside; get healthy recipes from free online sites; put together meal prep bags once a week instead of buying lunch every day; grow herbs on your windowsill if possible (making mint tea costs almost nothing). Put these tips into action soon, start seeing positive changes today!


What are the 6 trends that define the future of health and wellness


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