Sarah Owen

18 November 2020 While wellbeing has been a top consumer priority for the last couple of years, the conflation of mental and physical health is emerging as a new focal point. People aren’t just trying to cope with the mental toll of the pandemic (stress, anxiety, isolation), they are also deeply concerned about their physical wellbeing. Add in the fear of physical and mental safety concerns for friends, family and colleagues and it’s little surprise that wellbeing is a critical consumer sentiment.