According to the researches millennium technology and mobile applications although they use it quite intensively, they do not show much demand for health practices. Telemedicine provider American WellAccording to a survey by the elderly generations more active in the use of health practices than the millennium.
First of all, 18-34, 35-44, 45-54, 55-64, 65 years and olderincluding i 5 different age groups is based on. When we look at the shared information, the least use of pharmacy practices 29 percent with the age group of 18-34.
If you compare the applications to the pharmacy -most intensive 45-54 age group, percent 42 rate using pharmacy applications. When we look at health insurance applications, we see that the lowest rate of use is in the 18-34 age group.
Only 21 percent of users in the 18-34 age group health insurance applications is actively using. Age group that uses health insurance applications the most 40 to 55-65 percent age group. When we look at the use of online examination applications, the 18-34 age group comes to the forefront with 13 percent and the age group with 65 and over age is 8 percent.
Although the millennials generally use less health practices, they use sports-oriented fitness applications very intensively. The survey participants in the 18-34 age group 46 percent of fitness applications uses. The survey participants who use fitness applications at least are those who are 65 and over.
Fitness and millennium use is another type of intensive use. nutrition monitoring applications. The 18-34 age group is the most active age group with 43 percent. The age group that uses the nutrition monitoring practices at least is the age group between 20 and 65 and over.
Finally, we are faced with weight tracking applications. Milenyumlu on 38 percent weight tracking applications most active age group. The age group that uses the minimum weight tracking practices is 17 to 65 years of age.