Survey Data Overview:
An April 2022 Women’s Health Survey conducted by WomenCertified Inc, consists of over 2,800 women across America. This group is comprised of: 56% of Boomer women (58 years and older), 25% of Gen X women (42 – 57 years), 15% of Millennial women (26 – 41 years), and 5% of Gen Z women (18 – 25 years). The survey was distributed by the following ‘Know Where to Go, Know What to Do: Coalition for Women’s Health’ organizations: Women’s Choice Award; American Bone Health; Baby Quest Foundation; Better Sleep Council; Beyond Celiac; Casting for Recovery; Cervivor; Know Your Lemons; Live Today Foundation; National Eating Disorders Association; National Headache Foundation; Project Sweet Peas; Skin Cancer Foundation.
Health and wellness matters fall to women. Women are responsible for the health of their spouses, children, aging parents, and finally-themselves. They are bridled with endless requirements to better care for their loved ones, but they themselves are falling behind. The concern has always been that women take the brunt of responsibility for health matters among their family, but what if the problem lies beyond their responsibilities to others? What if women have succumbed to less than acceptable health standards?
A recent April 2022 survey of 2,800 women across America, shows there is a grave discrepancy between what women intend upon for their optimal health, and what they are living in today’s reality.
Women would never allow their loved ones to suffer, but according to this research they themselves have become eerily accepting of feeling unwell, living with discomfort, and subpar sleep. In fact, women appear to accept this way of life as the norm, not the exception. Of course, women are intent upon doing better for themselves but how – and why not now?