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This is despite knowing that they should spend less time online as the prolonged online time affects their posture (69%), prevents them from getting adequate exercise (69%) and prevents them from getting sufficient sleep (69%).

Some of the key health concerns for Singaporean adults which can simply be addressed by a change in their lifestyle habits include: Being among the most sleep-deprived in the region, with a sleep gap (difference between desired and actual sleeping hours) of 1.3 hours, compared with the regional average of 1 hour.

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A study by insurer AIA has found that Singaporeans spend 3.7 hours online per day on non-work usage – higher than the regional average of three hours – and six in 10 admit to being addicted to social networking and the internet.

The research also found that the digital media habit of parents are rubbing off on their children who are not getting enough exercise as a result of the time they spend online and playing video games.

Helping Singaporeans take small steps to improve their health Based on AIA’s 2016 Healthy Living Index Survey, we see that Singaporeans increasingly recognise the power of digital to help them take charge of their health.

They also welcome help to set health goals and monitor their progress, with 79% saying they have taken some steps towards better health.

Today, 21% of Singaporeans use health tracking apps on their smart phone or tablet, a positive step in making our increasingly digital lifestyles work for our health.

AIA’s 2016 Healthy Living Index Survey shows that among those Singaporeans who have not taken any steps towards healthier living, 80% blame their busy lifestyles, much higher than regional average of 68%. AIA’s 2016 Healthy Living Index Survey found that Singaporeans would be motivated to exercise or eat healthier if they had smaller and more achievable goals (79%), received help to change one step at a time (79%) and rewarded for reaching goals (73%), further reinforcing the AIA Vitality proposition: Celebrating #Little Health Victories – no effort is too small to be rewarded.

Not getting enough exercise, with an average of 2.6 hours of exercise per week compared with regional average of 3.0 hours.

46% of adults in Singapore are pre-obese or obese, and 62% would like to lose weight, a significantly larger percentage than the regional average of 48%.

On average, they rate their children’s health 7.7 out of 10, compared to only 6.3 among parents who are less satisfied with their own health. Ho Lee Yen, Chief Marketing Officer of AIA Singapore, said, “Adults’ unhealthy lifestyle habits are rubbing off on our children.

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