Feeling under the weather? There’s nothing better than to be bundled up, stocking up on liquids while watching a cherished movie. According to Talker, results demonstrated how respondents to a survey are enhancing their sick days with their preferred things. The typical millennial moms and dad to kids ages 4-12 watches five hours of TV or movies each ill day. The most popular category is rom-coms. Outcomes exposed the 2,000 surveyed get ill about 3 times annually.
Respondents were most likely to choose old favorites than to wrap their heads around a new show or movie. Majority (56%) of respondents have a go-to or preferred feel-good comfort movie. The typical person stated they can view it 4 times in a row without getting ill of it. In reality, 45% of those admit they can enjoy it more than 4 times.
One in 10 of those (11%) state they can view it “an unlimited amount of times.” In overall, participants have viewed their “feel-better” film about 34 different times! Parents reported feeling unwinded (54%), happy (48%) and calm (40%) after enjoying their preferred film. Almost two-thirds of parents concur that they have actually passed their love of their favorite motion picture along to their kid.
“Absolutely nothing brings a family together quite like movie night, and nothing makes movie night much better than a feel-good flick that fills you with warm, fuzzy sensations– especially when you’re sick. We comprehend that feeling much better means more than simply alleviating your cough signs– it has to do with cozying up on the couch as you and your household work to feel better together,” stated Albert So, Marketing Director of Delsym.
“When a member of the family is under the weather, the whole household is caught in the storm and that day-to-day regimen can be thrown off course, bringing with it pain and chaos. Families not only require fast-acting relief, however they require comforting solutions to help them navigate that storm. Whether it’s mother’s chicken soup, your go-to feel-better motion picture or cozying up with your kids, whatever it is that makes you feel better can go a long way.
See below some of the study’s findings: