'Healthy' habits? It's all a matter of perspective
Gen X may be better about getting physical exercise on a regular basis, but millennials know the value of a good night's sleep.
The average age when people actually start to develop healthy habits? Around 32.
Health and wellness is important to Americans
surveyed by Life Extension, a vitamin and supplement provider. The company surveyed over 1,000 adults, asking at what age should health become a priority.
Over half of respondents agreed that health should always be top of mind, but the average age when people actually started to develop healthy habits was around 32, the study found. Most respondents have a fairly measured view of how they’ve prioritized their health. Between 53% and 57% of the boomer, Gen X and millennial respondents surveyed acknowledged that health has only been “somewhat” of a priority.
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