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Focus Shifts from Sleep to True Circadian Health
Less obsession over “sleep” and a new focus on real circadian health. Which means the timing of light and biology becomes far more important—from circadian lighting to circadian diets to apps that kill jet lag.
Ageing Rebranded: Positively Cool
From beauty to food to fitness, brands will now give the long-ignored 55+ the cool products and content once reserved for millennials.
Japan is Longevity Nation, and J-Wellness approaches will rise globally—from innovative Japanese age-tech to J-Beauty breakthroughs to nature as preventative medicine.
Mental Wellness and Technology: Rethinking the Relationship
We’re in a mental health crisis, and digital solutions—whether virtual therapy apps or the gamification of mental wellness—will deliver more affordable, discreet and flexible care.
Energy Medicine Gets Serious
Energy medicine moves beyond “woo woo” with both the medical and wellness worlds using new tools and technologies to optimize human energy fields. Frequency therapies are crucial here: electromagnetic, light and sound interventions.
Organized Religion Jumps into Wellness
Traditional faiths are increasingly incorporating the latest wellness trends, bringing the spiritual and physical together. Think: Ramadan bootcamps, Jewish Sabbath service hikes and Christian wellness retreats.
The Wellness Sabbatical
A new travel concept, where work and wellness are intentionally blended. Work a few productive hours a day but also schedule in a whole lot of wellness experiences. And repeat, hopefully, for a minimum of three weeks.
The Fertility Boom
Industrialized nations are seeing record-low fertility rates, and suddenly the landscape is filled with apps, platforms and wearables that not only increase one’s chances of conceiving but even attempt to make it, well, enjoyable.
Music is emerging as one of the hottest trends in wellness, and wellness concepts are shaking up the massive music industry. “Wellness music” is being born—and the trend takes provocative forms.
In Wellness We Trust: The Science Behind the Industry
Wellness watchdogs will rise, trying to re-establish some distinctions between legitimate wellness approaches and products and charlatans who give wellness a bad name.
This is an excerpt from the TRENDIUM, a bi-weekly communication exploring the wellness trends identified in the Global Wellness Trends Reports.
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