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COVID-19 can affect anyone, and the complaint can cause symptoms ranging from mild to very severe.Data shows that numerous of those who develop severe complications after contracting it have pre-existing health conditions.

In fact, almost 90% of adult cases rehabilitated with COVID-19 in the U.S. had one or more primary conditions, according to a CDC report. These findings suggest people with threat factors may be more likely to need hospitalization or intensive care if they have COVID-19, or they may be more likely to die of the infection. With the clear correlation between health and response to the COVID-19 outbreak, it’s now more important than ever to address your workforce’s threat factors to improve health outcomes in any situation that arises, whether it be a pandemic, an individual health issues or an accident, or whatever else impacts your members’ health.

Health coaching is effective for people managing a variety of health conditions. According to a study conducted by the American Journal of Lifestyle Medicine, regular physical activity, correct nutrition, tobacco cession, and a many other common life interventions can help alleviate the progression of numerous habitual conditions and, in certain cases, even reverse existing disease.

Health coaching can affect t in advancements in multiple biometric threat factors, including blood pressure, cholesterol, and body weight. Studies also show that health coaching can improve health-related quality of life and affect in decreased sanitarium admissions.

 

Sources:

https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jama/fullarticle/2765184

Clinical Effectiveness of Lifestyle Health Coaching https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/1559827615592351


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The findings came out from the International Coaching Federation 2022 Global Consumer Awareness Study

Lexington, Kentucky, USA (February 1, 2022) — Millennials are the generation most likely to be apprehensive of guiding and most likely to have shared in a coaching relationship, according to the findings of a new study commissioned by the International Coaching Federation (ICF). The recent Global Consumer Awareness Study (GCAS) shows 81% of repliers in the millennial age group expressing mindfullness of coaching compared to 51% in the Greatest Generation.

Millennials were also the generation most admitting (47%) that they had engaged with a coach, compared to only 15% of the Greatest Generation repliers. Overall, 73% of repliers to the ICF GCAS expressed mindfulness of the coaching profession. These data points reflect an upward trend in comparison to ICF’s last similar study released in 2017. That study found mindfulness of coaching at 66% of all repliers.

Mindfulness situations in the rearmost exploration research varied sprucely by labor market positions, with the highest situations among repliers who are presently employed and lowest among repliers who are outside the labor market, including pupils, retirees and stay-at-home parents. The 2022 ICF Global Consumer Awareness Study is a follow-up to the association’s 2010, 2014 and 2017 consumer mindfulness studies.

The study examined adult consumers around the world to ascertain not only mindfulness, but also understanding of professional coaching. From questions concentrated on generational differences, to dissonances in understanding grounded on region, the 2022 ICF GCAS sheds light on the fast-growing $2.85 billion USD worldwide coaching industry. The most recent study was formerly again accepted by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), which managed each of the previous analyses and constitutes ICF’s largest consumer study to date. Available in 17 languages, the survey yielded 30,727responses from across 30 countries and territories. The minimal age for survey repliers remained 18 to continue learning and support participation from GenZ repliers.

Source: https://coachingfederation.org/blog/consumer-awareness-research-2022




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