How Mercedes Is Trying To Make Driving Healthier
The auto brand is beginning a new wellness initiative that uses data to improve a driver's real time health both inside the car and out
In case you didn't know, excess driving can be very damaging to your health. The majority of adults spend about 101 minutes of their day driving. All that time hunched over and sitting almost completely still can lead to increased risk for bad posture, osteoporosis, arthritis, heart disease, insomnia, diabetes, depression, anxiety, and a variety of other mental and physical health disorders. There's also increased risk of falling asleep at the wheel or being injured at the mercy of other unwell drivers.