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What this comes down is that we, as a society, are experiencing a lack of connection, says Douglas Nemecek, M.D., chief medical officer for Behavioral Health at Cigna.

Most alarming: Loneliness scores rose among the generations, with the youngest generation, Gen Z or the iGen, born between the mid-1990s and the early 2000s, scoring a 48.3 overall, as opposed to Millennials, who scored a 45.3., Gen X, who scored an also dismal 45.1 and Baby Boomers, who scored a 42.4. Those of grandparenting or great-grandparenting age, the Greatest Generation, were the least lonely, with a score of 38.6.

Sadly, it seems the younger you are, the lonelier you feel. While we know that this is a group thats coming of age and making life transitions, these findings give us a clear and surprising picture of how this generation perceives themselves, says Nemecek. Its important that the communities these young people are a part of take note and explore solutions. Its critical that theyre have spaces where young people can connect face-to-face to form meaningful relationships.

The health risks of loneliness

Science has long shown a direct correlation between loneliness and poor health, and the survey illustrates this pretty well. Half of respondents who rarely have in-person interactions are in fair/poor overall health, while just 12 percent of those who have daily in-person interactions are in fair/poor overall health. Half of those who rarely have in-person interactions also say theyre in fair/poor physical health (52 percent vs. 23 percent of those who are socially active) and mental health (51 percent vs. 12 percent). Whats more, people who rarely have in-person interactions are also less likely to lead healthfully balanced lives, http://zolftgenhuf.com/?what.do.generic.zoloft.pills.look.like