Successful Maturing in Mid-Life and BeyondSuccessful Maturing in Mid-Life and Beyond

Successful Maturing in Mid-Life and Beyond

Abstract

This paper discusses how exactly to age efficiently by avoiding major health complications or managing them if indeed they do arise. A few of the problems that occur with aging are the following; depression, inadequate sleeping, nutrition, and training; Alzheimer's disease; and living arrangements (nursing home vs. residence). All these problems could be linked together in one variety or another. The three issues that will be discussed in greater detail in this paper will be depression, Alzheimer's disease (Advertising), and living plans. Santrock (2008) defines depression as a mood disorder that involves a person being incredibly unhappy, demoralized, and even sometimes considered bored. Kellylegg (2009) defines Alzheimer's disease (Advertisement) as a neurodegenerative disease that's found mostly in parents over 65 years and includes lack of memory and other intellectual and cultural capabilities involved in lifestyle. This paper examines possible triggers, precautionary measures, and treatment for these disorders in addition to the ramifications of living arrangements on individuals.

Keywords:

depression, Alzheimer's disease

Aging

is an activity that everyone must proceed through at some point with time. It

has its benefits and drawbacks. Several changes happen as

individuals age group and enter mid-existence and late life. Several studies

have been performed showing the consequences of different factors

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