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Find out more about the things you can do to help look after your mental health at this time Retirement Wisdom is not like AARP membership. At 50, they send you an AARP card, official membership in the American Association of Retired People. But they don’t send you a wisdom card. You’re not wise just because you’re old, so be careful not to fall for your own clever disguise: the beard, the gray hair, the craggy features. You’ll want to be interviewed, but more often the questions you’ll get are charity, not curiosity. Which is not to say give up on seeking wisdom. Seek it. Seek a definition of it. Devote yourself to becoming a connoisseur of it. Becoming wise not by declaring yourself wise but by studying and self-undermining the easy postures of wisdom. There’s no better use of seniority than pursuit of wisdom; no worse abuse of seniority than easy claims to have found it. As we get older, poor health can affect our confidence, makeus less independent and make us feel more anxious. It can become harder to get out and do the things weonce enjoyed, which can be very frustrating and get us down.Side effects of certain medications can also have an impact onour feelings. Make sure you don’t stop takingany medication before speaking to your doctor as it can bedangerous to stop suddenly. Relationship and family problems

Looking after your loved one is rewarding,but it can also be exhausting and even frustrating at times.It can feel like it takes over our livesand can affect how we feel mentally. It can be hard to ask forsupport as a carer, as you might feel guilty because you think you should only be focused on theperson you’re caring for – butyou shouldn’t neglect your ownneeds. It's OK to reach out and admit it's all getting a bit much. Money worries Because of coronavirus, you might be worried about bothering your GP or going into the surgery – but how you’re feeling mentally and emotionally is still a priority. Support is available and can be given over the phone too. But thinking about some of the most common things that can affect how we all feelmight helpyou understand the feelings you’re experiencing and think about the steps you can take.Most people experience these things throughout their lives, though it can sometimes feel like they happen more often as we get older. But it’s important to remember, it’snot just your age. Coronavirus pandemic Drinking too much could leave you feeling out of sorts. It can often lead to feelings of low mood and anxiety. That doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy a glass of wine or a dram of whisky every now and then – just try to do it in moderation. Find out more advice about alcohol here. The time of year There are plenty of reasons why you might be feeling like you do. But there also may be no clear reason at all – and that’s fine too.Grieving is different for everyone and, for many, can lasta long time.This process can be a rollercoaster ofemotions and you're likely to have good days and bad days. It's normal to experience a variety of different feelings such as sadness, anger,frustration or even relief. If you’re strugglingto cope with the bad days,then it may be time to seek help andsupport. Being a carer Over the last few months, we’ve all been worried about their physical health and that of those they care about most. But staying at home, feeling lonely or isolated, the anxiety of either catching or spreading the virus and the worry of looking after yourself and those you care about can have an impact on how we feel mentally too. And that's perfectly natural – in fact 1 in 3 older people are feeling more anxious than they were before the pandemic. There are things you can do to help look after yourself mentally and there's support available to you. If you’re finding it hard, it’s important to talk to your GP.You don’t need to cope alone.

If you have any of these symptoms frequently, speak to your doctor and explain how you’re feeling. Together you can agree on what next steps may be best for you. If you’re feeling out of sorts and have any of these symptoms for two weeks or more, you may be experiencing anxiety ordepression:

You will over- and under-estimate how fast you’re aging. Somewhere between eight and 30 most of us become adults. During that growth phase we’re moving targets and as such are hard to read accurately. Adults will over- and under-estimate young people’s maturity, expecting them do things they’re not ready to do, and keeping them from doing things they’re more than ready to do. It drives the kids crazy, but that’s what they get for changing so dramatically. Likewise, somewhere between 45 and 90, most of us become children again. During that shrinking phase, we’re moving targets again and will tend to over-, and under-estimate how fast we’re aging. It will drive us crazy but that’s what we get for changing so dramatically. Anticipate shrinking expectations. Somehow between now and 90, you’re going to have to shrink your expectations to where having a good poop is a productive day. By all means, aspire, reach, hold high your expectations. Count your blessings, the glass half full, and stretch for more, your glass half empty, but know that in the end, everyone has to get a shorter glass, one that feels brimming with less in it. Savor your day in the sun, and don’t expect to be maintained in the manner to which you’re accustomed. Worrying about those we care about most can really affecthow we feel. They may be experiencingone of these issues themselves, or you might be worrying about things that could happen in the future. If possible, try to talk about any problems before theyhave a chance to escalate. If you feel like you can’t talk or relateto family and friends, consider speaking to your doctor instead. Drinking alcohol

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