It’s not uncommon to feel anxious or rushed in the presence of a doctor. You may feel nervous about whatever is bothering you or perhaps you feel intimidated by the setting or with the knowledge that your time with the physician is limited. No matter the reason, it always makes sense to prepare your questions and concerns in advance so that you can talk sensibly and efficiently and get the most out of the visit. The National Institute on Aging(NIA) has an on-line guide to help older people speak with their doctor. As a part of the guide, they offer specific worksheets to organize your thoughts and jot down your issues. Take a look at these NIA worksheets, and the more comprehensive guide, Here.