IntroductionKey FindingsNational InsightsPrevalence of Unhealthy BehaviorsPrevalence of Multiple Unhealthy BehaviorsPrevalence of Zero Unhealthy BehaviorsOdds of Reporting Fair or Poor Health StatusState InsightsMultiple Unhealthy Behaviors: Education-Based DifferencesConclusionsAppendix 1Appendix 2Appendix 3Appendix 4FootnotesAbout United Health Foundation
An estimated 58 million US adults, or 28.1%, report having none of the five unhealthy behaviors analyzed (Table 1). Approximately 36.0% report one unhealthy behavior and 23.9% report two unhealthy behaviors, while 12.0% report having multiple unhealthy behaviors (MUBs), defined as any combination of three or more of the following five unhealthy behaviors: smoking, physical inactivity, excessive drinking, obesity, and insufficient sleep. (Figure 1). Among the five individual behaviors analyzed, insufficient sleep is the most common (see Appendix 2). '