Siqiu Wang, Shengze Wang
College of Mechanical Engineering, Donghua University, Shanghai, China
With the continuous improvement of people's living standards in modern life, people no longer only pay attention to the simple needs of eating and drinking, but begin to pay attention to the improvement of the quality of life, which increases the demand and consumption of healthy products, the environment in which people live is also deteriorating, and in the face of the pressure and pressure brought by life, modern people's health has also appeared various problems. The main research content of this paper is the qualitative research on the importance of user behavior change to the development of health products. The state has issued a number of policies, which clearly point out that the safety of health products should be regulated, and the health products should be guaranteed to meet people's needs and security. From the perspective of user behavior, and then study the impact of user behavior on the health industry. Based on this, it is a key task to develop related products that can meet the needs of the people's health services. What products consumers are interested in, which products should be developed, and which market segments can be entered have always been issues that health product companies should pay attention to. Therefore, it is meaningful to study the impact of user behavior change on the development of health products. The final results of the research show that massage and massage health products are the most selected option. A total of 116 people chose this option, accounting for 72.14% of the total number of people, indicating that contemporary consumers are more inclined to choose massage and other service items for maintenance.
Health Products, Health Industry, User Behavior, Enterprise Development
Siqiu Wang, Shengze Wang. A Qualitative Study on the Importance of User Behavior Change towards Wellness Product Development. International Journal of Frontiers in Engineering Technology (2022), Vol. 4, Issue 1: 50-54. https://doi.org/10.25236/IJFET.2022.040109.
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