Health Populi July 12, 2021
Jane Sarasohn-Kahn

“Self-care” took on new meaning and personal work-flows for people living in and through the coronavirus pandemic in the U.S. Acosta, the retail market research pro’s, updated our understanding consumers evolving as COVID-19 Has Elevated the Health and Wellness Trends of the Recent Years, results of a survey conducted among in May 2021.

In the U.S., consumers’ take on self-care has most to do with healthy eating and nutrition (for 1 in 2 people), getting regular medical checkups (for 42%), taking exercise, relaxing, using vitamins and supplements, and getting good sleep.

Healthy relationships are an integral part of self-care for one-fifth of people, along with looking and feeling “my best.”

Based on Acosta’s segmentation of consumers, two in three people...

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