and changes in hemodynamic, nerve, kidney and hormone system. It is associated with decreased quality and comforts of life and increased mortality and morbidity rates. Certain factors like prior illness, environment or social situations may influence the response of symptoms and may cause poor symptom recognition. Elderly patients constitute the majority population of HF having a worse diagnosis. In pathophysiology, new techniques
spending a week in bed with the flu. It's terrible – the feeling that loneliness brings. Our brains have evolved to depend on our social interactions, we have a drive to be around others and as social creatures it turns out that being lonely could be affecting our aging process. It can have an impact on your overall wellbeing. We're facing an epidemic of loneliness and millions of people are suffering
the soul, it is mixed of bad feelings and thoughts that make the person unbalanced. In another definition, it is a chemical imbalance in the mind and the body. Depression does not know the ages and whom is affront from it so it is affecting women, man, child, and elderly. The symptoms of depression are feeling unhappy, lonely, no self-control, tension, and feeling guilty for nothing. In addition, not sleeping well with bad dreams that come through the mind to make the mood bad.
Introduction Frailty is a term which is synonymous with the geriatric population and while the biology of frailty is generally understood, there exists major divergence of opinion in its conceptual definition, technicalities and operationalization.1 Its multidimensional nature impacts on the interconnected variables of health and quality of life (QOL) which has necessitated the development of multiple clinically applicable tools for the detection and quantification of frailty. Multidisciplinary approaches
What exactly is abuse? Abuse is a huge problem in today’s society, among people affected are adults, the elderly and teenagers, but it is especially seen with children. Our society is so tolerant of abusive behavior that we often do not even recognize some behavior as abusive. There are many different types of abuse: physical, emotional, verbal, economic, mental and sexual. (Maybe a little longer introduction) Physical abuse is episodes of aggressive behavior towards someone trying to result in physical
We all are familiar with differences in the outcomes from education, career patterns, job security and the employment benefits, as we all experience this being a part of the todays labour market. All these factors play a very important role to determine the favourability of a job. Although, the involvement of Government legislation in the labour market by making various laws to create fair and equal opportunities for the eligible candidates has helped. But still Issues like inequality and insecurity
neurons(Houghton and Howes, 2005). Alzheimer’s disease is one of the prevalent neurodegenerative disease. Alzheimer’s disease was named after its discoverer Alois Alzheimer in 1906 who is a Bavarian neuropsychiatrist(1-1) Ageing is the main risk factor of a large number of neurodegenerative disorders such as Alzheimer`s disease and Parkinson`s disease. Approximately, 5% of people in age 65 years suffer from AD and the pervasiveness of this disease increases with advancing age from 19% to 30%
life to demonstrate what eat or consume is not as simple as we think. Besides, supporting fair trade foods and reducing food wastage in the food buying and consumption process will also be discussed. Indeed, there are social and psychological factors affecting our personal choices and what we choose to eat will have subtle and even significant implications to various stakeholders such as the farmers, the food producers, and the environment. To begin with, many people insist saying that “Eating animals