What makes you sad?
Many things could make a person lonely. Some reasons could have a little impact that people forget about them quickly, but some unfortunate events could linger in our thoughts for a long time – for many months or years.
But what factors make the elderly under Home Care Assistance in California sad?
Illnesses may be inevitable for most seniors. It gets more emotionally challenging when terminal illnesses hit, and they go under hospital sitting & companionship. Sadness may also stem from the sickness of a spouse or their children.
The elderly are at high risk of falling and are prone to accidents. Chances are, they acquire injuries that could cause long-term effects and can keep them from doing the things they love. And they may need bed bound client assistance for a long time. We know how important independence and mobility are to seniors, and losing them is a valid reason for sadness.
It is hard to accept the death of a loved one, especially when other elderly close friends pass away one by one. It brings anxiety when they think they might also perish anytime.
- Seasonal Affective Disorder
Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is a type of depression with a recurrent seasonal pattern. Mood changes happen at the onset of a new season and end as it turns into another season.
These occurrences may be inevitable, but the mission of Caregivers is to maintain the health and wellness of clients – whether they be physical or mental.