Millennials have less than 7 hours of leisure time per week, a poll claims

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Millennials really relaxed for seven hours a week, according to a new study, and it is because they are too busy with their phones.

A poll of 2,000 British adults, aged 18-34, found that hectic life at home and at work mean that they are less than 60 minutes each day. Around six out of 10 say that they never really relax, because they’re always checking their phone, e-mail, and messaging. One-tenth and even admitted that she struggles to go on for more than 10 minutes without checking their smart phones.


No less than nine out of 10 are also well-known in order to access the phone, even though they know that they have all of them, just to look at the screen.

Of the millennials surveyed, 60 percent said that they never really relax, because they’re always checking their phone, e-mail, and messaging.

The study, commissioned by the beauty booking app, Treatwell, as part of their Spa and the september campaign, also found that even the older generations are struggling to relax, to have as little as 90 minutes in order to relax each and every day.

The study also found many adults are finding that they are not able to relax, even if they don’t have a job to do, and with more than a third also confess to a sense of “loss” when they are not chores to be completed. Sixty-two per cent even went as far as to say that it is modern life is stressful, while 46 per cent will be smartphones had never been invented, in order to make it easier for them to turn it off.

“The staff is very, very important, but it’s not something that we often relegate to the back burner of our lives,” a Treatwell the spokesman said. “Thanks to cell phones and everything else they do, it means that, often, when we are relaxed, we are still on it.'”


Their methods are to be for rest and relaxation, the respondents had different approaches, One in five said they take their dog for a walk, while 14 per cent of their phones away and out of sight. However, turning on the TV, which is the most popular way to relax (59%) more than the reading of a book (54%), or going for a walk (52%).

You can keep your hands on your face, and tune out the rest of the world doesn’t seem to be as popular as a coping mechanism.

However, not everyone is able to take part in their preferred form of relaxation: More than half of the women said that they would like nothing more than someone to be treated with a spa day, so that they will be able to relax and unwind. It was also found that more than half of those with children say that their life was more relaxed and, before they had children.

Thirty per cent claimed to have made an effort to spend more time relaxing, only for it to not “stick” and slide it back into the mile-a-minute life, and the same number feel that their partner does not have enough effort to get them to take the time to relax and unwind.

In the Winter, it was also considered to be twice as stressful when it’s summer, and it is not surprising, therefore, that the majority of British people say their work life is making it difficult for them to relax and unwind.


In addition to revealing how stressed out millennials, the study also found that some of the most relaxing sounds-by the sea come out on top with 52 percent of the time. Thirty per cent of the respondents to the survey, by OnePoll, it’s fun to hear the sound of the rain on the window, and 28% are to be disturbed by the noise of the falls.

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