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Much of the wellness content is gestural - establishing boundaries, going to the doctor, doing less.
There is an overlapping section between self-help and self-care that could be categorized as "spiritual self-help." Spiritual self-help wants to fix less often and focuses on understanding and calm, much like self-care.
The authorities of a self-help wellness sell a specific program to live by and include exercise alphas as well as diet gurus.
Other wellness entrepreneurs serve the kinds of people who want spirituality and connection, and self-awareness along with physical care.
Many newer wellness products are direct-to-consumer and include custom vitamins from subscription services, as well as curated boxes filled with candles and jade rollers.
While self-help-styled wellness involves orthodox top-down, rules-based wellness, newer self-care wellness is an easy sell through human design, snail-mucus face masks, or whatever works.
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Millennials are increasingly staying at home more often. Night outs, dinner parties, sporting events, and other outdoor activities are increasingly on the decline among these youngsters.
Great TV content and a whole lot of options on the internet like Netflix have contributed to the rising trend of millennials staying at home more.
New Economy Apps on the smartphone make it easier to order pizza, or anything else required to stock the fridge. It's also less risky to stay at home and one can have a more predictable and manageable kind of fun, while being in control.
The downtime that the millennials are craving more of is also related to self-care and recharging, away from the outside world.
They have countless new options of activities to do at home, be it facial care, journal writing or yoga practice.