This year, the health and wellness world was all abuzz with oat milk lattes, elderberries and, of course, the ultimate at-home luxury fitness accessory: the Peloton Bike. Wellness is a market that is constantly growing and evolving, and according to the most recent study by the Global Wellness Institute, the global wellness market is valued at $4.2 trillion, up 12.8 percent from 2015. And with no sign of the market slowing down, we got to wondering what will we be trying, sipping and lathering on in 2020 to keep feeling our best? We did some digging and compiled a few of the biggest health and wellness trends that the coming year the new decade will bring.
We’ve all hit the snooze button one too many times, and according to the National Sleep Foundation, 45 percent of Americans are not getting the sleep they need. Sleep is vital for cell function, maintaining a healthy weight and reducing stress. So, it’s no surprise, with sleep becoming a growing priority, that more and more sleep apps are becoming available — along with melatonin gummies and natural supplements hitting the mainstream marketplace.
Chances are you’ve probably heard all about CBD oil. It’s in virtually everything from pet treats to skincare, but what is the hype all about? CBD is the abbreviation for cannabidiol, one of the chemical compounds found in marijuana or hemp. Unlike THC, which is another compound found in marijuana, CBD is not psychoactive. In other words, you will not get stoned. However, because advocates say the compound will reduce your anxiety and help manage pain, the market for CBD is growing at a rate of 132 percent.
Personal Life Coaching
Taking care of our physical health by drinking water, getting a good night’s sleep and working out are things we all know to do, but what about our personal well-being? In a culture where #girlboss and #riseandgrind are daily mottos for many, hiring a personal life coach has never been more common.
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