Healthy Living

Having a Supportive Partner When Living with Crohn's or Colitis

Psychosocial function and IBD

Another recent study found that psychosocial function is closely linked with quality of life in patients with IBD. Participants enrolled in the study stated that support from loved ones is helpful in managing and coping with IBD. So, it is no surprise that having someone by your side to talk to about your diagnosis, symptoms, and treatment can help you learn to more effectively cope with stress and adapt to your disease.