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Is Being Perverted A Stage That Teens Go Through Or No
Tough Definition: That is a difficult question to answer, because it depends on your definition of "perverted." all teenagers are naturally curious about their sexuality (and sexual issues in general) as they grow and develop. If a teenager seems to show a proclivity towards discussing or mentioning sexuality, this can be natural. ...Read more
I feel alone, im only 18 and have low t, hbp, lot of anxiety disorders, high liver enzymes, etc. Etc. Is there other teens that go through this stuff?
Can things in your teens lead to later sleep disorders? My son stayed up late online through jr and sr years of HS and still sleeps 3 to 10.
I have had a blocked nose since early teens and I can never breathe through my nose despite all types of medication?
Worth a visit: See your primary doc and find out if your obstruction is mechanical or something your "medicines" have triggered. Deviation of the bone in the middle or polyps both can mechanically obstruct air flow and may require surgery to improve.Overuse of common nose sprays can also injure the nasal membranes to the point they always remains swollen until you stop and let them heal. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
OK for all kids: It's ok for all kids to "go wild" and express themselves in a nonviolent respectful manner. ...Read more
How does adolescent anxiety work? How does it effect teen boys? Does it basically mean teens are more prone to anxiety and it'll go away in adulthood?
Anxiety is treatable: I think you mean anxiety which gets in the way of everyday functioning at school and/or socially. Anxiety disorders are in part genetic, so it's not your fault. Teen boys and girls can develop bad anxiety causing avoidance, isolation and even depression. Boys may be less likely to ask for help. Speak to parents, school psychologist, social worker, but know you're not alone. See: https://secure02.kidshealth.org/teen/your_mind/problems/anxiety_tips.html Hope this helps. ...Read more
Extremely: Nutrition is extremely important to teens. Their bodies and brains are still growing! in fact kids gain about 20% of adult height and 50% of adult weight during adolescence. Adolescent boys need 2, 500-2, 800 per day, while girls need around 2, 200 per day -- provided in the form of lean protein, low-fat dairy, whole grains, and fruits and veggies. Make junk food "alternatives" like baked fries. ...Read more
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