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Depression & Mental Health

  • Behavioral Changes in Old Age: Why Do Some Old People Get Mean? Sometimes it feels like elderly people are always angry, and not just because they can’t figure out the TV remote. If we’re being honest, TV remotes these days are far too complicated, even for the young and “tech-savvy.” But there’s a reason you smiled at that image as well ... Continue Reading
  • Schizophrenia in Elderly Adults: Rising Trend Schizophrenia is a serious mental condition in which people interpret reality abnormally. The disorder can cause hallucinations, extremely disordered thinking, delusions, and an overall detachment from the real world. Schizophrenia in elderly people, especially those who ... Continue Reading
  • Depression in Seniors: Elderly Mental Health Throughout our lives, our mental health has a close relationship to our physical health. But in our senior years, that relationship can become more pronounced. Putting aside the quality of life concerns for the moment, depression can be quite dangerous. Especially when ... Continue Reading
  • Depression in Elderly Parents: How to Help Depression in Elderly Parents: How to Help Depression can occur at any age and if it is not recognized and treated depression can be debilitating. Depression in the elderly is common, but it should never be considered a normal part of the aging process. Depression in the ... Continue Reading
  • Psychosis in Elderly Adults: Causes, Signs, Treatment In simple terms, psychosis is when a person misinterprets reality. These types of conditions involve perceptions or interpretations of your environment which are impaired, like false beliefs, disorganized speech, hallucinations, and other irrational behavior. While some ... Continue Reading
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