The extent of adherence to preventive health behavior varies from one individual to another, from one race to another, and from one society to another as a result of many cultural, social, psychological, demographic and environmental factors. Therefore, when study adherence to preventive health behavior, it is necessary to pay attention to the cultural context, differences between societies, and individual differences. This research aimed to know the level of Kuwaiti society's commitment to health protective behavior that includes: interpersonal support, general behavior, self- knowledge, nutrition behavior, health care and to determine the extent of prevalence of somatic symptoms among Kuwaiti society. Is there the correlation between the level of Kuwaiti society's commitment to health protective behavior and somatic symptoms? Is there an effect of some variables that include: (age, gender, nationality, education level, marital status, economic level, health status, obesity) on health protective behavior and somatic symptoms? An Internet-based cross-sectional study was conducted where the participants from different categories in Kuwaiti society were targeted using total population sampling. 700 participants from Kuwaiti society were recruited, between September4 and October 28, 2022. Participants completed two self-reported scales. The scales included the Somatic Symptom Scale–8 (SSS-8) and the Health Protective Behavior Scale (HPBS). The results reveal that there is low level of Kuwaiti society's commitment to health protective behavior. There is moderate level of Kuwaiti society's commitment to nutrition behavior, health care and interpersonal support. There is low level of the somatic symptoms among participants. The most common somatic symptoms among the participants were feeling a headache, insomnia and sleep problems and feeling tired or lacking in energy. There was a negative correlation between somatic symptoms and the total score of health protective behavior scale (HPBS) and the following dimensions: interpersonal support, general behavior, nutrition behavior, health care. The groups most committed to preventive health behavior were: high -income people, Non-obese people, participants who aged 25-40 years, Females, Separated/divorced, Non-Kuwaiti, Participants with primary, intermediate and secondary qualifications. The groups most at risk of physical symptoms were: obese people, Patients with chronic diseases, residents, females.