That Means Aging

By | December 15, 2013

DOES THAT MEAN AGE? Aging corresponds to a stage in the life of the individual which is progressively lost adaptability and suitability of responding appropriately to the changes. This deterioration is due to the decrease in the potential of reserve which occurs naturally in all organs and systems of the body over the course of the years. In the young adult, there is a large capacity of reserve and adaptation against the demands. Breathing apparatus is able to work more when it rises a height; the circulatory system is most efficient when performing a physical effort; the nervous system is capable of retaining more information, for example, when preparing a test the night before a competition. Aging is inevitable.The quality of aging will depend, largely, of how you have lived.There are positive aspects of old age, we must learn to exploit them.The ability to reserve and adaptation to the requirement is lost with aging. Older adults can breathe normally and walking without problems, it is able to study calmly, but increasing demands not possible pay as he would like.

Dyspnea (shortness of breath feeling) appears to climb stairs or if you try to run; He is unable to memorise a theme with as much ease as before. There are negative and positive aspects of aging. The negative aspects are well known: diseases, negative self-image, loss of social relationships, the decrease in revenue, the closeness of death. On the other hand, is often less emphasis on the positive aspects: the accumulation of experience and wisdom, the conservation of functional capacity despite the diseases, free while allowing you to do what you want. The proximity of death can be lived as something terrible, distressing, or as a natural process that can be assumed with tranquility.


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