Ch 5: Effects of Aging on Skin & Body Build

About This Chapter

Examine these lessons to uncover important facts about the effects of aging on skin and body build. Prepare for an upcoming test, fulfill CE credit requirements, or simply use this chapter to research bodily changes caused by aging.

Effects of Aging on Skin & Body Build - Chapter Summary

Aging impacts our bodies in a wide variety of ways. These lessons go through an overview of the many ways in which aging causes changes to the skin and build of the human body.

No matter what your study schedule may be, we have the tools to accommodate your needs. We divide this chapter up into small, short lessons. Each focuses on one key topic, and it usually takes less than 10 minutes to complete a single lesson. That means you can fit these lessons into the breaks throughout your day. We also keep all of our study materials and tools online, giving you around-the-clock access. With a wi-fi connection, you can take our study materials with you in your phone, tablet, laptop, or other device. As you review this chapter, you will build up your skills and be able to do the following:

  • Figure out how aging changes the voice, skin, and hair
  • Inspect age-related changes to the build of the body
  • Apply the influence of age to aspects of mobility
  • Map out the physical changes of aging related to self-concept
  • Describe sleep patterns and physical appearance during late adulthood

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