Improve Significant Other’s Listening Skills with a Vitamin?
(NEW YORK) -- A new survey shows 63 percent of Americans take a vitamin or supplement, but many wish the manufacturers would come up with a vitamin that would improve their significant other’s listening skills.
A survey commissioned by The Vitamin Shoppe finds 50 percent of respondents wish there was a pill that could improve their partner’s listening. Forty-three percent wish there was a vitamin that would improve their significant other’s cleaning skills, while 31 percent expressed a desire for a vitamin that would improve their partner’s “bedroom” skills.
Respondents were asked: “If your significant other could take a vitamin to improve upon any of the following areas, which would you choose?
- Listening, 50 percent
- Cleaning, 43 percent
- Physique, 37 percent
- Cooking, 35 percent
- “Bedroom” Skills, 31 percent
- Dancing, 24 percent
- Don’t know/Refused, 20 percent
Additional findings from The Vitamin Shoppe survey:
- 93 percent of Americans feel more confident about their health when taking a vitamin or supplement.
- 72 percent of respondents take multivitamins on a regular basis.
- 56 percent believe vitamins and supplements are necessary to achieve your health and fitness goals.
Respondents were also asked: “What would put you in a better mood – good sex or a good workout?
- Good sex, 57 percent
- Good workout, 35 percent
- Don’t know/Refused, 8 percent
The Vitamin Shoppe survey of 1,000 U.S. adults was conducted by Wakefield Research.
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