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Q-Sai Co., Ltd. Hint: “Exercise and connections with people” It turns out that people in their 70s are the most positive about aging! Results of a survey of approximately 4,500 people 1st National Well-Aging Survey

[Q-Sai Co., Ltd.] Hint: “Exercise and connections with people” It turns out that people in their 70s are the most positive about aging! Approximately 4,500 people survey [1st
National Well-Aging Survey Results

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Press release: June 12, 2024
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Hint: “Exercise and connections with people” It turns out that people in their 70s age most positively! Results of a survey of approximately 4,500 people [1st National Well-Aging Survey]
* Q-Sai Co., Ltd. (Head office: Fukuoka City, Fukuoka Prefecture, Representative Director and President: Saeki)
Sumi) aims to “penetrate and popularize well-aging” as its corporate mission, and conducted a nationwide questionnaire survey “1st We conducted the National Well-Aging Survey. In this survey, we will thoroughly analyze tips for aging positively and present the results in three parts. In this second installment, we will analyze trends by age group in the Well Aging Score, which is a self-rating of one’s own physical and mental health, and the lifestyle habits of people with high scores. *
* ■What is Well Aging?*
In today’s era of 100-year lifespans, we define “well-aging” as living a rich and fulfilling life by accepting who you are, rather than fighting against your age. By penetrating and disseminating this way of thinking, we aim not only to extend healthy lifespans, but also to create a society where people can face aging positively and accept diverse ways of living.
■Points and overview of this survey
In this survey, we will analyze tips for aging positively from various perspectives, centering on the “Well Aging Score,” which is a self-rating of the health of one’s body and mind.
-Survey overview-
Survey period: February 16th to February 20th, 2024
Research method: Internet research
Target: 4,512 people (nationwide / men and women / 20-79 years old) *The composition ratio is rounded to the second decimal place, so the total may not necessarily add up to 100.
*If you wish to use the contents and data of this survey in your media, please clearly indicate the source as [Kyusai research].

■Summary of survey results
In this second part of the results announcement, we will analyze the trends of people with high and low Well Aging scores and reveal the lifestyle habits that people with high scores keep in mind.
* -Trends by age group-*
*I. People in their 70s are the most likely to feel like they are aging positively! *
* II. The reasons for not being able to age positively differ between men and women. *
* The worst scores for men are those in their 50s who are in the working age group, and the worst scores for women are those in their 20s who are undergoing rapid lifestyle changes. *
◇Worst for men: 50s and working age groups, 30s to 50s.
◇ Worst for women: 20s, rising in proportion to age.
* -Trends by Well Aging Score-*
*III. The mental health of the group with a high score is
approximately 5.7 times that of the group with a low score! * *IV. The group with a high score was about -1.60 years old, making them feel physically “younger.” *
* -Tips for aging positively (behavioral version)-*
*V. Attention to physical health: 1st place: Gym, 2nd place: Sports, 3rd place: Regular lifestyle*
*VI. Attention to mental health: 1st place: Stay positive, 2nd place: Meet people, 3rd place: Regular life*
-Trends by age group-
I. People in their 70s are the most likely to feel like they are aging positively!
After presenting the idea of ​​well-aging (growing older positively with a healthy body and mind), we asked people to self-evaluate how they currently feel, and when we analyzed the results by age group, the top results were for both men and women in their 70s. This is the result.
When asked about the reasons for their self-evaluation, it was revealed that although both men and women experience physical problems due to aging, their minds remain positive through enjoying hobbies and communicating with others.
II. The reasons for not being able to age positively differ between men and women. For men, those in their 50s who are in the working age group, and for women in their 20s, who are undergoing rapid lifestyle changes, had the worst scores.
On the other hand, there were gender differences in the age group with the lowest scores. For men, those in their 50s are the worst, and the working age group of 30s to 50s is the worst, while for women, the worst is in their 20s, when their lifestyles tend to change due to marriage, childbirth, work, etc. You can see from the comments that there is a difference.

-Trend by score-
III. The mental health of the group with a high well-aging score is approximately 5.7 times that of the group with a low score!
When we analyzed the body health score and mental health score of the group with high scores, we found that those with high scores also had significantly higher levels of physical and mental health. In particular, it was found that the group with a high score was approximately 5.7 times more likely to have a healthy heart than the group with a low score.
IV. The high-scoring group was about -1.60 years old, making them feel physically “younger.”
When comparing the groups with high and low scores regarding the age they feel about their body, mind, and appearance, the group with high scores in all items feels younger than the group with low scores. I found out that there is. In particular, when it comes to physical age, they felt 1.60 years younger than the younger group, which resulted in the largest gap.
– Tips for aging positively (behavioral version) –
V. The gym is top for your body health!
A comparison was made between groups with high scores and groups with low scores regarding what they are keeping in mind for their physical health. The group with a high score is conscious of moving their body at the gym or playing sports and taking positive actions, while the group with a low score is conscious of self-care such as moderation by quitting smoking and drinking, and seeking reassurance through supplements. I found out that there is.
VI. Connections with people are the key to a healthy heart!
We also compared the high-scoring and low-scoring groups regarding the things they keep in mind for mental health. The group with a high score is conscious of connecting with others, such as “meeting friends, family, and lovers” and “enjoying fashion,” while the group with a low score is conscious of “eating what they like” and “shopping.” I found out that they are conscious of releasing stress. ■Our consideration
“1st
The results of the second round of the National Well-Aging Survey have revealed the characteristics of people who age positively. The well-aging scores of older people were higher than those of younger people, indicating that even if your body changes due to aging, if you have a positive mindset, you can age positively. Masu. Additionally, the group with higher scores also showed a positive tendency in their daily mindset. In Part 3, we will analyze the age at which physical and mental disorders occur due to aging and ways to counter them. ・National Well-Aging Survey Details ▶
https://corporate.kyusai.co.jp/wellaging/research/
・First release (national ranking) ▶
https://corporate.kyusai.co.jp/news/detail.php?p=9745

■Company overview
*Q-Sai Co., Ltd.*
Founded in 1965 in Fukuoka City, Fukuoka Prefecture, we enhance the body’s natural power with health care and skin care products such as “The Kale”, a green juice made from kale, and aim to keep both body and mind healthy, and to help people grow older. We are engaged in corporate activities with the aim of creating a “well-aging” world where people can take the first step in their life’s experiences, even if they have grown older.
https://corporate.kyusai.co.jp/
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