Limited living space affects mental well-being of Singaporeans

Limited living space affects mental well-being of Singaporeans
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Limited living space affects mental well-being of Singaporeans


The Singaporeans' state of mind has been affected by the limited living space in their homes, a survey commissioned by StorHub Self Storage reveals.


The poll examined the impact on residents of the lack of space, their interpretation of space based on the different generations, and the optimisation of space depending on need.


"Space is a limited commodity in Singapore. This poll helped us understand and examine deeply how the pandemic may have exacerbated and impacted Singaporeans' state of mind and mental well-being," said StorHub Self Storage (Singapore) CEO Luigi La Tona.


Over 53% cited poor space allocation as contributor to discomfort, stress, and dissatisfaction among family members. La Tona said the poor management of space leads to the detriment of the mental well-being of Singaporeans.


"The findings have demonstrated that poor management of space leads to compromised mental wellbeing for many Singaporeans. It reiterates the point that it is not healthy to be confined in small spaces for long periods of time," she said.


Based on the ranking of key concerns, the need for space was listed as the fourth most important at 48%. Taking the top three spots were family, health, and job security at 63%, 59%, and 51%, respectively.


Many respondents said the concern about living space came about as a consequence of the circuit breaker measures carried out during the height of the pandemic.


Older Singaporeans, aged 36 to 60, believed that the lack of space was restrictive and impacted their state of mind. They scored higher at 65%, compared to the 53% of younger Singaporeans aged 18 to 23.


The survey also showed that 63% of Singaporeans kept items that they did not use for more than 24 months. On the other hand, 75% decluttered their homes during the pandemic.


More than 62% agreed that bigger homes and more space will help in adapting to the change.


有限的生活空间影响新加坡人的心理健康

StorHub Self Storage委托进行的一项调查显示,新加坡人的心态受到家中有限的居住空间的影响。

这项民意调查研究了缺乏空间对居民的影响,他们根据不同的世代对空间的解释以及根据需要对空间的优化。

StorHub Self Storage(新加坡)首席执行官路易吉·拉托纳(Luigi La Tona)表示:“太空在新加坡是一种有限的商品。这项民意调查帮助我们深入了解并研究了这种流行病如何加剧并影响了新加坡人的心理和精神健康。”

超过53%的人认为空间分配不佳是导致家庭成员感到不适,压力和不满意的原因。拉托纳说,空间管理不善会损害新加坡人的心理健康。

她说:“研究结果表明,空间管理不善导致许多新加坡人的心理健康受到损害。它重申了一点,长期呆在狭小空间内是不健康的。”

根据关键问题的排名,对空间的需求被列为第四大需求,占48%。居前三位的是家庭,健康和工作保障,分别为63%,59%和51%。

许多受访者表示,对居住空间的担心是由于在大流行期间采取了断路器措施而引起的。

年龄在36至60岁之间的新加坡老年人认为,空间的缺乏是限制性的,并影响了他们的心理状态。他们的得分较高,为65%,而18岁至23岁的年轻新加坡人的得分为53%。

调查还显示,63%的新加坡人保留了超过24个月不使用的物品。另一方面,在大流行期间,有75%的人使房屋杂乱无章。

超过62%的人同意更大的房屋和更多的空间将有助于适应变化。

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