Being human necessitates our existence within a social structure in which we interact with others. We spend time talking, laughing, and occasionally crying together. However, there are moments in life when engagement is reduced to a bare minimum. Everyone feels lonely at some point in their lives, and these feelings normally pass quickly.Loneliness, on the other hand, might play a different function in the lives of the elderly. Whether loneliness is caused by the loss of a loved one, distance from family and friends, or an inactive social circle, it can become a way of life that has a bad impact on the elderly’s general health. This sense of isolation can result in a variety of major health problems, including melancholy, anxiety, heart disease, cognitive decline, a weakened immune system, and even death.It’s critical for seniors to realize the dangers of becoming socially isolated and sedentary as they age. Lack of company, as well as having no one to count on for emotional support, might force seniors to internalize negative emotions rather than confront problems head on. Internalizing these feelings enhances the senior’s experience of loneliness, which increases the likelihood of health problems.There are techniques that have been shown to
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