1. Obesity and Metabolic Syndrome

  2.  Arthritis

    “Arthritis is probably the number one condition that people 65 or older contend with,”

    “Old injuries from playing weekend warrior or high school football, and years of wearing high-heeled shoes catch up with us,”

  3. Heart Disease

  4. Cancer

  5. Respiratory Diseases

  6. Influenza and Pneumonia

  7. Alzheimer’s Disease

  8. Osteoporosis and Falls

  9. Vision and Hearing Loss

  10. Oral Health

  11. Mental Health: Memory and Emotional Well-being – Depression

  12. Shingles

  14. Poverty

  15. Substance Abuse (Alcohol and tobacco)

  16. Incontinence
  17. Frailty

    Old age, death, and frailty are linked because approximately half the deaths in old age are preceded by months or years of frailty

  18. Needing help with everyday activities
  19. Pain


  • Difficulty Swallowing
  • Malnutrition
  • Sleep Problems
  • Delirium
  • Dementia
  • Dizziness
  • Fainting
  • Difficulty walking or “gait problems”
  • Pressure Ulcers

Spine Pain


Balance Disorders—
Hip fracture
Blood pressure


kidney disease

liver disease



Essential Tremor (ET) is an uncontrollable shaking in a part of the upper body. It is more common in the elderly and symptoms worsen with age.


  • Gait change
  • Hair usually becomes thinner and grayer.
  • Hearts are less efficient in old age with a resulting loss of stamina. In addition, atherosclerosis can constrict blood flow
  • Less efficient immune function
  • Skin loses elasticity, becomes drier, and more lined and wrinkled.
  • Taste buds diminish
  • Voice. In old age, vocal cords weaken and vibrate more slowly. This results in a weakened, breathy voice that is sometimes called an “old person’s voice.


Lack Of Energy







liver aging



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