The survey claims to have used inputs from about 2 lakh GoQii product users in the country.
The survey also said that over 92 per cent people do not trust healthcare system in India, with hospitals being the most distrusted organisations followed by pharma and insurance companies, as per the GOQii survey.
"As per the GOQii India Fit 2018 report, 92.3% of citizens do not trust the healthcare system in India, which includes doctors, hospitals, pharma, insurance companies and diagnostic labs," the survey said.
As per the survey, 74 per cent people said that they do not trust hospitals, followed by pharma and insurance firms (62.8 per cent), medical clinics (52.6 per cent), 50.6 per cent doctors and diagnostic labs (46.1 per cent).
"The key reason for the erosion of trust is largely due to a series of failure in the healthcare system, particularly the negligence by hospitals in the recent past. In addition, lack of transparency also came out as the single biggest impediment to the healthcare system in India," the report said.
"Indians are no longer silent or docile patients, but instead they are now well informed consumers keen to participate in the care process and demanding dignity and transparency from the healthcare providers," GOQii founder and CEO Vishal Gondal said.
People in most of the cities expressed major concern on air-quality.
People assigned lowest air-quality rating of 1.8 in Delhi-NCR followed by Bengaluru and Mumbai with scores of 3 and 3.1, respectively.
The survey found more than half of the population is overweight with highest number of such people in Ahmedabad, followed by Hyderabad, Chennai, Kolkata, Bengaluru, Mumbai, Delhi NCR and Pune.
In comparison to last year survey, there was rise in the number of lifestyle diseases among people.
"Diabetes has increased from 7.7 to 7.9 per cent. Also, more Indians have high cholesterol this year, increasing from 9.4 to 10.1 per cent. With age as well people are more prone to lifestyle diseases. 23.8 per cent people below the age of 45 have one or more diseases such as diabetes, cardiac problems, including high cholesterol, blood pressure, thyroid and cancer," the report said.
The average sleeping hours of people came down to 6.54 hours in 2017 compared to 6.72 hours found in previous survey.
As per the food habit, survey found Kolkata has 82 per cent non-vegetarians and Ahmedabad least with 44 per cent.