Building Healthy Personal Relationships

Updated: Mar 8


From close spouses and siblings to administrator and coworkers, there is a vast range of connections. As we develop good and satisfying engagements, everyone of us may have a beneficial effect on your life. Personal relationships have been proved to provide a wide range of advantages. People in positive relationships have also been found in studies to:


  • Reduced stress and healthier behaviours allow you to live longer.

  • With social support for healing, you can heal faster.

  • Positive connections increase the production of oxytocin, a hormone that increases emotions of love, bonding, and well-being.

  • Make better decisions with the help of a partner for accountability and support.


Friendships are also important for one's health and happiness. Unfortunately, studies have shown that when women's lives become busy, they often neglect to spend time with their friends. According to a recent poll on stress, respondents:


In an ordinary week, 51% of women claim they don't see any of their friends.


In a typical week, 35% of males claim they don't see any of their buddies.


When women are near friends, they produce more oxytocin than males, therefore there are some unexpected benefits to scheduling time to meet pals. In a culture where women generally put others before themselves, they don't visit their friends as much as they should. Men, too, enjoy relationships because they provide support, trust, connection, and quality time. At health on point, we believe in building long-term relationships with our clients and welcome them into the health on point family.

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