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Geriatric Depression

Geriatric Depression

The changes that we must adapt to in later life—retirement, the death of friends and other loved ones, increasing isolation, a decrease in vitality/ independence, medical problems—often cause depression. These losses prevent you from enjoying life as you did. The effects go beyond mood. Other symptoms include a lack of energy, sleep disturbances, appetite changes, and even physical health. However, depression is not a normal part of aging and should be acted upon. Today there are many actions yo

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