Elderly More Likely to Suffer Pandemic Loneliness — Unless they Feel Younger Than Their Age

Older adults are more likely to remain in stricter isolation than younger people, making them more susceptible to COVID-19-based loneliness and symptoms of anxiety, depression and trauma.  Interestingly, researchers discovered that older adults who suffer from loneliness and psychiatric symptoms are those who feel older than their chronological age, while those who felt younger than their age exhibited no symptoms.  Source: Science Daily Jun 9, 2020  

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