Denise Savi says family and friends need to be in their lives to prevent Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, depression, anxiety and many other diseases that affect the brain.
The Covid-19 pandemic has forced the world to adopt social isolation measures to control the virus. The elderly were part of the risk group and began to isolate themselves from their families and friends to reduce the risk of transmission. Denis Xavi, an expert in the science of happiness and coordinator of the organization Dr Sentimentos Positivos, reported that the elderly suffer more during the pandemic because they are not as used to dealing with the new technological innovations of communication as the young. .
“At the end they were isolated. It increased sadness and greatly increased the number of depression and anxiety. We need to look at this situation with compassion and care, because they need attention, especially in this post-pandemic era.The expert said.
Denise also points out that recent studies suggest that this trajectory of public isolation may “explode” as a future mental health epidemic in the post-virus era. To prevent this from happening, it is necessary to have support groups around the most vulnerable people, such as the elderly.
“The family needs to reconnect with these people. Because physical contact is so important, so basic”, she said. Denise says it is wise to avoid bad news. He had a piece of advice for the elderly who do not look after their children and grandchildren, Try sending a message over lunch and making appointments because it’s healthy.
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