2020 reinvented our relationship with our personal health. As a result, 2021 is a unique chance to make real and lasting changes to our health and wellbeing. We believe this year will see a shift in attitudes and behaviours and is the year to learn more about our physical and mental health. By making small changes such as Jo’s top five tips, they can contribute to longer term positive health changes.
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1 Data used is based on a survey, conducted online by the healthcare research company, Opinion Health, amongst 2,000 people between 09.12.2020 and 16.12.2020. Data was weighted to be nationally representative of the British population aged 18 and over with a confidence interval of 2%. The survey explored 2020 and 2021 New Year’s Resolutions, how they have been impacted by COVID-19, and how people’s attitudes to their health and the healthcare systems have changed over the past year. The survey was commissioned by healthcare plan provider, Simplyhealth. 2Ibid.