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How Can I Stop My Fear of Aging?

How Can I Stop My Fear of Aging?

To stop your fear of aging, engage in activities you find pleasurable. For example, find a new hobby or join a local walking group.

Also, stay active and meet up with friends and family. Late-adult friendships can positively impact your health, mood, and general sense of well-being.

According to research, friendships later in life can boost physical and mental health and provide people with a sense of meaning and purpose in life.

Also, practice mindfulness meditation to stop negative thoughts that trigger your fear of aging. Mindfulness enables you to watch your ideas as they emerge in your conscious mind without judgment or evaluation and then let them go. Also, research shows that practicing mindfulness regularly can improve your mood, lessen the effects of anxiety and depression, and make you feel more hopeful.

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