Mental Wellness: Posted strong 7% growth from 2019-2020 (from a $122 billion to a $131 billion market), as consumers desperately sought solutions to help them cope with pandemic stresses. The largest segment, “senses, spaces and sleep,” grew 12.4%, while the smallest segment, meditation and mindfulness, grew the fastest (25%). The forecast: strong 10% growth annually through 2025, to reach $210 billion.
This Mental Wellness Report is an excerpt from the 2021 Global Wellness Economy: Looking Beyond Covid report–the GWI’s most in-depth research on wellness markets ever: For the first time, it provides detailed numbers and statistics.
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The Global Wellness Economy: Looking Beyond COVID
The 2021 report is the GWI’s most in-depth research on wellness markets ever: For the first time, it provides detailed numbers and analysis for all eleven wellness sectors: pre-pandemic, pandemic, and future growth rates; rich regional and national data; and the major trends that will impact each sector post-COVID.
Mental Wellness Research Report Graphs & Figures
The Global Wellness Institute’s groundbreaking report, “Defining the Mental Wellness Economy,” focuses on the business of mental wellness—and explores the programs and products that are driving the mental wellness economy in four sub-sectors of this $121 billion global market
- Senses, Spaces & Sleep
- Brain-Boosting Nutraceuticals & Botanicals
- Meditation & Mindfulness
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