What Happens When You Become Older?

What Happens When You Become Older?

As we grow older, we may face many health issues. Coping with poor health is challenging at any age. However, health issues can cause many seniors to struggle to come to terms with their aging.

As you age, you may become concerned about changes in your daily routine, limited mobility and independence, and loss of social ties.

However, according to one study, older Americans who have unfavorable attitudes towards aging are substantially more likely to develop dementia.

The attitude we have to life transitions is frequently the key to healthy aging, as our concerns about aging are commonly based on misunderstandings and biases.

Additionally, being physically, mentally, and socially active might help alleviate worry and fear about aging.


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