Know and Understand the Psychological Condition of People with Old Age

With age, it means the physical condition of the elderly is not as good as his youth. In fact, it can be said 80% of elderly have one type of disease. Along with the declining condition of physical health, a psychological condition also changed. Five psychological problems experienced by the elderly, namely: 1) depressive disorders, 2) anxiety disorders, 3) dementia, 4) insomnia, and 5) delirium. Depression disorders in the elderly can we know when there is a feeling of depression in a long time, feelings of unhappiness or sadness, feelings are not passionate to do activities, feelings of fatigue, feelings of worthlessness, feelings of guilt and useless, feelings do not have a future Again, difficulty concentrating, sleeplessness, decreased confidence, decreased appetite, and the desire to end life. Depression disorders are caused by disappointments and discontent with the past. To understand this or at least if you feel something is not going well, it helps you advise your family to participate in the process of Ayahuasca retreat.

Generally, this activity will help you in improving your mental condition because it combines nature with meditation so it can make your mind clear. Anxiety is a natural thing and is experienced by everyone. However, excessive anxiety and worry, occur almost every liver, for several weeks to several months leads to a disorder called anxiety disorder. An elderly is said to have an anxiety disorder if such and is accompanied by a sense of worry that he will experience bad luck, anxiety, and can not live his days casually. Physical also feel uncomfortable, sweating, heart palpitations, shortness of breath, dizziness, trembling, or any gastric complaints. An elderly is said to experience insomnia if her sleep quality deteriorates for a month. It is difficult to get into sleep and even difficult to keep his sleep (If flying from sleep, difficult to sleep again). Dissatisfaction with the quantity and quality of sleep is what causes the elderly to feel that they have suffered so much that it affects their social function and activity.