Depression and Aging is the stage of the peoples when an older adult may also sense a loss of control over his or her life due to failing eyesight, hearing loss and other physical changes, as well as external pressures such as limited financial resources. These and other issues often give rise to negative emotions such as sadness, anxiety, loneliness and lowered self-esteem, which in turn lead to social withdrawal and apathy.
As a man ages, the indications of discouragement are a great deal more changed than at more youthful ages. It can show up as expanded tiredness or it can be seen as grumpiness. In some cases individuals who are discouraged lose enthusiasm for eating and can get more fit. Disarray or consideration issues created by misery can now and again resemble Alzheimer's sickness or other cerebrum issue.
Related Journals of Depression and Aging
Aging Science, Abnormal and behavioral psychology, Applied and rehabilitation psychology: open access, Alzheimers Disease & Parkinsonism, Research on Aging, Aging, Neuropsychology, and Cognition, Canadian Journal on Aging, Aging Cell.