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Aging changes in the senses

As you age your senses become less sharp and you may have trouble telling apart details. Sensory changes can affect your lifestyle. You may have problems with communicating, enjoying activities, and staying involved with people. Sensory changes can lead to isolation. All senses can be affected by aging, but hearing and vision are most affected. Many of these changes can be offset with equipment such as glasses and hearing aids or by changes in lifestyle. Main senses that get affected are : Hearing, Vision, Taste and Smell, Touch, Vibration, and Pain
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