Women Lack Confidence Managing Chronic Conditions
[From cdn2.hubspot.net] According to a recent study by West and Kelton Global, only about half (52%) of women with a chronic illness feel very confident in their ability to manage their chronic condition.
Less than half (48%) say they're at least somewhat confident that they know what their current health metrics are, and just 28 percent are confident that they know what their target metrics should be.
More than one-quarter (26%) of women feel that managing their condition is brining on stress and anxiety, which only exacerbates health challenges.
Around 38 percent of women say they want more individualized care, including tips and tools specific to them.