After the successful release of ‘Sucker’, Nick Jonas is looking forward to carrying the magical reunion of brothers for a long time. He has also signed another campaign of company Cigna which is a global health service company. It will include the cross-country traveling and will also deliver free health assessments to help people
“I’m a type 1 diabetic, diagnosed at 13 and have gone on quite the journey in my life in regards to just understanding what that connection is [between your physical and emotional health],” Jonas tells PEOPLE. “Partnering with Cigna on this made the idea even simpler to me. Having lived with this disease for so long and taking those steps to prioritize a healthy life, I’m trying to encourage my fans to do the same.”
“Given that I travel so much, there’s a lot of aspects that play into it,” he says. “It’s just staying on top of it and doing my best to do the best I can.” Jonas says he spent much of his young adult life “working really hard” and “pushing myself further than I probably should’ve,” but that nothing is more important than prioritizing your health. Nick Jonas is really concerned about his career and what he does and always tries to push himself forward but he also suggests that health is the foremost thing ever.
“You must go see your doctor and get your check-ups and make sure you’re in the healthiest space you can be in because it’s going to make every aspect of your life better,” he says. “That’s a message I can get behind. The great thing about this incredible campaign was the reaction we saw from the commercial airing and people saying, ‘Thank you for sharing this idea, it’s really simple and really effective.’”