Problems faced by the individual.
A man's life is normally divided into five main stages namely infancy, childhood, adolescence, adulthood and old age. In each of these stages an individual has to find himself in different situations and face different problems. The old age is not without problems. After a certain age health problems begin to crop up leading to losing control over one's body, even not recognizing own family owing to Alzheimer are common in old age. It is then children began to see their parents as burden. It is these parents who at times wander out of their homes or are thrown out. Some dump their old parents or grandparents in old-age homes and don't even come to visit them anymore. Focusing more on lack of work, lack of facilities for utilization of leisure time and a general feeling of loneliness “talking to walls”. The problem here did not seem to be lack of money but lack of time by the “others” for the older persons. ”lack of emotional support” from family members. Failing Health
It has been said that “we start dying the day we are born”. The aging process is synonymous with failing health. Failing health due to advancing age is complicated by non-availability to good quality, age-sensitive, health care for a large proportion of older persons in the country. Vision - As people grow older their eyesight begins to fail making it difficult to certain jobs. Keeping medications straight - Old people suffer from memory loss, which causes lots of problems. e.g. (Keeping medicines straight) medical bills - Due to frequent illnesses and health complications, their medical bills are very high. Loneliness - It is sad that most old people spend their last years alone in a big empty house as their children and grandchildren are either abroad or in some other city. Getting along with others - Most people find it difficult to get along with others as they become stubborn, suspicious and unwilling to adapt to change. Boredom - Being all alone and...
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