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Ageing and getting frail with overarching fear of losing control. Can it cause mental changes?
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Dr. Peter Kurzweil
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In brief: Yes. Always will.
The stage you refer to is the final fear: dying.
In the past month, I have celebrated the birth and life of two of my pts: elderly italian, proud women with a spark in their eyes. One is 101, the other ten years her senior! one of the giants in geriatric medicine (and colleague at hopkins) described aging as 'homeostenosis': all narrows & stiffens. Letting go is the only way of going on. Relax.

In brief: Yes. Always will.
The stage you refer to is the final fear: dying.
In the past month, I have celebrated the birth and life of two of my pts: elderly italian, proud women with a spark in their eyes. One is 101, the other ten years her senior! one of the giants in geriatric medicine (and colleague at hopkins) described aging as 'homeostenosis': all narrows & stiffens. Letting go is the only way of going on. Relax.
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