AXA PPP healthcare's 'FIT-SE' index reveals time working Brits spend being physically active
Almost one third (29%) of the UK's workforce - equivalent to 3.9m people - is too tired after work to consider exercising, even though nearly half (48%) said they believed physical exercise improves mental health and 46% said it relieved stress, new research has revealed. The annual ‘FIT-SE' Index, commissioned by AXA PPP healthcare and launched as part of its Flying Start campaign, found that the public sector is seemingly the most burnt out industry, with two fifths (39%) too tired to exercise...
Nine percent more likely
Compared to 6% of 55-64 years olds
Symptoms, diagnoses, drugs, fertility information
Research on World Kindness Day
On Monday 25 November