DOI: 10.33546/bnj.2092
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Abstract: Background: Loneliness is a problem experienced by most older adults due to internal and external factors. This condition may lead to various physical and psychological health problems, including depression, sleep disturbances, stress, and suicidal ideation. Therefore, exploring social environment support to reduce loneliness is a necessity. Objective: This study aimed to identify various kinds of social support to overcome loneliness in older adults. Methods: A scoping review was performed on studies retrieve… Show more

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