In 2022, 85% of the Swiss population aged 15 or over felt that they were in good health and 83% were happy. At the same time, more than a third were living with a long-term health problem. Mental stress increased compared with 2017. The 15-24 age group was particularly affected, especially young women. The proportion of smokers fell from 27% (2017) to 24%. Alternative products such as e-cigarettes are particularly popular among young people. With regard to alcohol, drinking habits have changed. These important findings come from the 2022 Swiss Health Survey from the Federal Statistical Office (FSO).2023-11-03 09:45:25
The 2022 Swiss Health Survey from the Federal Statistical Office (FSO) revealed that 85% of the Swiss population aged 15 or over felt they were in good health and 83% reported feeling happy. However, over a third of the population were living with a long-term health problem.
Mental stress had increased compared to 2017, with the 15-24 age group, particularly young women, being the most affected. The percentage of smokers decreased from 27% in 2017 to 24%, possibly due to the rise in popularity of alternative products such as e-cigarettes, especially among young people.
Drinking habits related to alcohol have also changed, although specific details were not provided in the provided text. These findings highlight the overall health and well-being of the Swiss population in 2022 and the trends in smoking and mental health..
(Quelle:Swiss Federal Council modified with ChatGPT)
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