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People are actively working on reducing stress amidst the pandemic: Fitbit

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Since March, the world has adapted to pandemic lockdowns and it’s no surprise that our health and fitness routines have changed as a result.

New global data from Fitbit has revealed how Fitbit users in Singapore and across APAC have embraced a more sedentary lifestyle this year with overall activity decreasing and pivoted to new stress-relieving activities to help manage our new normal.

To identify the differences the pandemic has driven in the Fitbit community around the globe, the Fitbit research team analyzed aggregated, anonymous population level data from Fitbit users; ages 18 to 80 with a BMI of 15 to 60, from across tens of million Fitbit users, for the period of March 1 to August 31, 2020 as compared to the same time period in 2019. This includes analysing data on step counts, active minutes, and activity types.

The following data set represents users from selected APAC markets including Australia, China, Hong Kong, India, Japan, New Zealand, The Philippines and Singapore.

Key Singapore findings:

Key APAC findings:

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