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Tag Archives: Aging Mental Health

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The Dangers of Social Media to One’s Mental Health

The majority of people own a social media account or two. Websites like Facebook, Instagram, and others are essential nowadays. People stay at home most of the time during this pandemic, and the best way to communicate with family and loved ones is t...

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Recognizing the Signs of Depression in Older Adults

The elderly may experience depression differently than their younger counterparts. Sometimes, it is not just the signs of sadness that must be taken note of. An older adult receiving home care services, for instance, may not feel sad but may experien...

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How Childhood Trauma Affects Adulthood

People developed childhood trauma when they experienced traumatic events when they were a child. It could be physical or verbal abuse, sexual abuse, traumatic accidents, bullying, witnessed death, or a disaster. Some of the factors of this trauma tha...

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Be Aware of the Early Signs of Dementia

Aging adults must be wary of their changing mood and behavior. Some of us know that dementia is a collection of symptoms that can occur due to an array of diseases. Its common symptoms include impairments in thought, memory, and communication. But ho...

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Depression Is Not a Normal Part of Aging

A lot of us think that seniors cannot escape depression because it is normal for them to get lonely and feel isolated. Depression among older adults is also true and is a treatable psychiatric condition. The thing is, older adults are somewhat suscep...

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