On Taiwan, women feel happier than men

On Taiwan, women feel happier than men

A survey by questionnaire of 4,790 adults 18 years old and older shows that 17.1% of those surveyed say they are “unhappy” or “very unhappy.”  Nearly half of them feel depressed.  But overall, women feel happier than men.  Of the 82.9% who say they are happy, 30% of them exercise regularly.  Of the 17.1% who say they are unhappy, 60% exercise once a week or less and some do not exercise at all.

According to a Taiwanese health counselor, getting enough sleep and eating a balanced diet are important factors that contribute to a feeling of personal happiness.


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Victor Chen, herbalist, alternative healthcare lecturer, Chinese affairs analyst, retired journalist
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