he following article was taken from a conversation with Janet Murchison, occupational therapist, and Dr. Norm Farb, Baycrest post-doctoral fellow.
As we grow older many of us notice that it can become harder to
concentrate on the task at hand. For seniors, life transitions can pose
their own set of challenges, preoccupying thoughts with worries,
stressors and anxieties.
The prospects of changing health, ability to manage day- to-day
life, roles, responsibilities and social circumstances are real and
valid concerns for older adults. The problem is, at some point all of
these concerns and worries can themselves become the biggest contributor
to a person’s stress!
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