Aging Changes on the Way
The old saving “Practice make Perfect” is a perfect analogy for our aging seniors. You are better then you use to be. Be prepared, Aging Changes are on the way. Aging has it’s pro’s and cons. This is called crystalized intelligence, and it keeps getting better, even when you’re 65 or 70.
Aging changes may lead to a Grumpy Old Man
The grumpy old man (or woman) turns out to be an untruth. Seniors get more agreeable as they age. They are happier and less likely to be angered. There are some theories why this is the case The Aging changes that Seniors control , such as their emotions better and are able to focus more life.
Aging changes require More Compassion
The elderly tune in with other people’s emotions at a higher level. That insight into how others think and feel may be a genetic survival technique to help you get along better with your family care-giving.
Changes in Sleeping Habits
In our 60s, our sleeping patterns change. We go to sleep earlier and get up earlier. Seniors will wake up during the night, some times several times. They do report that they feel as though they have gotten a good night’s sleep.
Senior have less sex than when they were younger. The good thing is that they make it count. Researchers found that sexual satisfaction improved with age. AArp survey reports “Women over 80 were more likely than those between 55 and 79 to say they were satisfied during sex“
Unwanted Hair 🙁
The hair on your head is disappearing. It seems to be reappearing in he strangest places. For men this leads to hair in noses and ears. Women will start getting facial hair. This is all caused by changes in your bodies hormones as we age.
Retirement might not be the best thing for the aging. It brings on boredom, which may bring on depression. .The Longevity Project found that people who work hard at a job they enjoy live the longest. That, along with good friends and a good marriage, could be the key to sticking around a while.
Most obvious aging changes are in height, your getting Shorter
Fear Is Not Your Friend
Senior biggest fear is not death. It is loss of independence, This can happen for a number of reasons. Maybe your scared of taking a fall.. About a third of adults over 65 have that fear. The fear of medication mistakes can be easily solved with a smart pill box.