Social Support and Health

Social support refers to the resources provided by relationships and networks that contribute to an individual's well-being. Strong social support has been linked to better physical and mental health outcomes. It can buffer the effects of stress, enhance resilience, and promote healthier behaviours. Types of social support include emotional support (e.g., empathy, encouragement), instrumental support (e.g., tangible assistance), and informational support (e.g., advice, guidance). Building and maintaining social connections through friendships, family ties, and community involvement are vital for overall health and quality of life.

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