Study / 50% of Japanese feel better after coronavirus pandemic
An online survey in Japan has found that half the population feels better after the coronavirus pandemic.
The study finds that many people have improved their lifestyle and quality of life. Part of the survey were 5640 people aged 20 to 79 years, 48,1% who said they felt "healthier" or "better" following the recommendations to stay home.
The Meiji Yasuda group survey found that the reasons for these favorable changes are partly due to increased health care, stress reduction and pressure at work, declining alcohol consumption and increased physical activity.