The most dramatic change that adolescents are going through is the hormonal change. The impact of these hormones on their body and other people around them can be hard to handle. In this article, you will learn about the best ways to cope with the hormonal changes teenagers face.
What does puberty mean for my teenager’s health?
Puberty is a period of rapid physical and emotional change that begins with the onset of menstruation. It usually takes place between the ages of 9-14, but it can happen at any age. This is why parents should know what to look for in their teenager’s health if puberty has begun.
How to talk to your teenage child about puberty
One of the most important points to remember is that your child knows more about their body than you do. They are not interested in discussing sexual topics with you, so don’t try to pry. The more open you are about the changes they are experiencing physically, the more comfortable they will be talking to you about it.