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AGEING The result of a combination of natural, largely genetically programmed changes Occurring in all body systems. Diseases or injuries may influence these changes, which impair the body's homeostatic mechanisms. A person's environment and lifestyle also affect the ageing process. The effects of ageing in­clude: cessation of menstruation; wrinkling of the skin because of a loss of elastic tissue; (telling memory (especially short term) and less ability to learn new skills along with slowed responses - changes caused by the loss of or less ifficient working of nerve cells; the senses become less acute; the lungs become less effi-gient as does heart muscle, both causing a fall in Wercise tolerance; arteries harden, which re­mits in a rise in blood pressure and poor blood oifculation; joints are less mobile, bones beome more brittle (osteoporosis) and muscle bulk Mid strength are reduced; the lens of the eye becomes less elastic, resulting in poorer sights Mild it may also become opaque (cataract).

In developed countries people are living longer, in part because infant and child mortal­ity rates have dropped dramatically over the Met 100 years or so. Improved standards of living and more effective health care have also OOntributed to greater longevity. The propor­tion of people over 65 years of age has greatly increased and that of the over 75s is still rising. In 1952, 255 people in the United Kingdom became centenarians: by 1996 that figure had reached more than 5,200. This extreme longev­ity is attributed to a particular gene slowing the Hgeing process. Interestingly,, those living to 100 often retain the mental faculties of people in their 60s and examination of centenarians' brains show that these are similar to those of 60-year-olds. (See medicine of ageing.) (See mIso climacteric.)

Help and advice can be obtained from Age Concern and Help the Aged

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