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Risk factors and protective factors for mental health

Risk factors and protective factors for mental health, especially in reducing the risk of suicide. The presence of sufficiently strong protective factors may reduce the risk of suicide. Protective factors are related to emotional well-being; social integration through participation in sport, church associations, clubs, etc.; connectedness with family and friends; high self-esteem; physical and environmental aspects such as good sleep, a balanced diet, physical exercise and a drug-free environment; and various sources of rewarding pleasure.

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