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  • Updated: April 09, 2024

Country with fewest bad habits revealed in 2024 data

Country with fewest bad habits revealed in 2024 data

Sweden emerged as the top-ranking country with the fewest bad habits, primarily due to its exceptionally low smoking rates, standing at just 8% of the population.

Interestingly, Italy claimed the highest health rate among the listed countries, despite relatively high rates of cigarette usage, alcohol consumption, and drug use.

ProVape recently conducted a study ranking European countries based on their prevalence of bad habits.

The study analyzed over 30 European nations, considering factors such as alcohol consumption per capita, cigarette usage rates, and drug users per 100,000 people. Each country received a composite score based on these criteria, along with a health index for context.

Norway secured the second spot with a score of 63, boasting low alcohol consumption and cigarette usage rates, despite a relatively higher number of drug users.

Albania followed closely in third place, distinguished by its minimal alcohol consumption.

Malta ranked fourth, benefiting from lower rates of cigarette usage, alcohol consumption, and drug use.

Italy came in fifth, showcasing a paradoxical high health rate despite not having the lowest rates of cigarette usage, alcohol consumption, or drug use.

Hungary claimed the sixth position, driven by its notably low alcohol consumption but offset by a higher cigarette usage rate.

Denmark and Iceland shared the seventh rank, with Denmark displaying a lower cigarette usage rate despite higher alcohol consumption, while Iceland exhibited the opposite trend.

Bosnia and Herzegovina secured the eighth spot, despite a high smoking rate, owing to its relatively lower rates of alcohol consumption and drug use.

Slovenia ranked ninth, boasting the lowest number of drug users among the top ten, but with the highest alcohol consumption rate.

Finland rounded off the top ten list, maintaining its position despite slightly elevated alcohol consumption and drug use rates, thanks to a lower-than-average cigarette usage rate.

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