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Analysing the Effect of Body, Mind and Soul State on Subjective Well-Being During COVID-19 Pandemic

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The concern about health is continuously increasing and the COVID-19 pandemic has caused so many changes at a global level, affecting people, regardless demographic features. Different analysis show that people have been affected from different points of view, physically, mentally, and emotionally. The research is focusing on Romanians’ perceptions, believes and behaviours in respect with their body, mind and soul (BMS) condition. The paper evaluates the effect of the state of BMS on subjective well-being during the Covid-19 pandemic. It was conducted a descriptive research, using interviews based on an online anonymous questionnaire. The study reveals that when referring to their well-being, the majority are considering emotional and mind condition first. More hours spent in front of a screen and lack of socialization are the main effects of the pandemic. The respondents considered that their emotional state was impacted most in the last year. More then 60% became more aware of the importance of well-being. The majority of the respondents evaluated separately their physical, mental and emotional condition as being good, sustaining their state especially though walking, sleeping enough hours per night and socializing with others, and spending less then 100 euros per month for maintaining their subjective well-being.