Mental Health

As people age, they face various physical, social, and emotional changes that can impact their mental health. Factors such as chronic health conditions, cognitive decline, loss of loved ones, isolation, and financial stress can contribute to mental health issues in older adults.
Being aware of mental health conditions in old age is crucial because they can significantly impact an individual’s quality of life and ability to function independently. 

Mental health issues in the elderly can lead to social withdrawal, reduced physical activity, poor memory, increased risk of falls, and decreased overall life satisfaction.

Mental health problems in the elderly are often not recognized and undertreated. This can be due to a lack of awareness, the stigma associated with mental illness, and barriers to accessing mental health services. By promoting awareness and understanding of mental
health conditions in the elderly, we can encourage early diagnosis and treatment, reduce stigma, and improve older adults overall health and well-being.

Depression in Old age

Cognitive Reserve in Older People

Introduction to Dementia

Memory Problem in Old Age