3. Psychological Factor: The psychological problems are generally connected with retirement. A sudden change from a respectable powerful official life to a retired life free of daily tension makes the people mentally weak. Frustration, neuroticism, psychosis, schizophrenia, hallucinations, etc psychological problems are developed in the elderly.
4. Neglect by family members: The family of a person matters in old age. If the family is ready to look after them willingly then the old age becomes easy. But if the family members think that the elderly are a beast of burden then it affects the elderly very severely. The prolonged illness will make the family members think of the elderly as a burden especially when the elderly is bedridden.
5. Generation Gap: The elderly find it difficult to accept the values and standards of new generation. For example, the son, daughter-in –law and grand children like pizzas, burgers and pastas, they listen to pop music instead of classical Indian music, and they wear capris and jeans which is totally condemned by the elderly. The elderly may express their disgust either verbally or being completely silent over the issues. They may even interfere in the activities of their grand children which are often not liked by the grandchild.
6. Financial Factor: Money is the root cause of the problems of the elderly. Retirement brings with it financial burden. Health problems make it more badly as a considerable amount of money is spent on the medicines and treatment. This affects the relationship with the family members.