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The biggest wellness trends for 2019

Harper's Bazaar (UK) Logo By Becki Murray of Harper's Bazaar (UK) | Slide 1 of 16: If you're feeling stressed and at the point of burnout at the moment you are not alone. The global wellness market has grown 12.8 per cent in the last two years, transforming it into a $4.2 trillion industry and with good reason. As a generation, we are working longer, playing harder and three in four of us have felt so stressed in the last year we've felt 'overwhelmed' or 'unable to cope' according to the Mental Health Foundation.It's no wonder that we are constantly searching for new ways to improve our mental and physical wellbeing. Luckily, there's a lot more to the wellness industry than yoga and scented candles (though we'd recommend both for some quick and effective relaxation time). In fact, there are a thousand different ways to add a sense of wellbeing into your life, but these are the activities and products that the experts say are set to be the biggest trends for 2019...

If you're feeling stressed and at the point of burnout at the moment you are not alone. The global wellness market has grown 12.8 per cent in the last two years, transforming it into a $4.2 trillion industry and with good reason. As a generation, we are working longer, playing harder and three in four of us have felt so stressed in the last year we've felt 'overwhelmed' or 'unable to cope' according to the Mental Health Foundation.

It's no wonder that we are constantly searching for new ways to improve our mental and physical wellbeing. Luckily, there's a lot more to the wellness industry than yoga and scented candles (though we'd recommend both for some quick and effective relaxation time). In fact, there are a thousand different ways to add a sense of wellbeing into your life, but these are the activities and products that the experts say are set to be the biggest trends for 2019...

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