Spending on Wellness Is Strongly Associated with Greater Longevity and Happiness, Bolstering the Case for Wellness Policy, According to New Global Wellness Institute Research

Cynics may question whether all this consumer spending on wellness has any real impact on wellbeing, but new research from the Global Wellness Institute (GWI) reveals that for every roughly $800 annual increase in wellness expenditures per person, happiness levels increase 7% and life expectancy increases 1.26 years; The findings bolster the case for wellness policy, the subject of GWI’s groundbreaking new report “Defining Wellness Policy,” the first research to define, and argue why, wellness is the missing policy lens so desperately needed now.

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