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our adolescence education programme........ ...

our adolescence education programme........

this one was for boyz,i will put the presentation for girlz also

our dear youngsters need to be guided...........after my talk got 100 plus questions .........the young mind is confused and needs to be guided

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  • YOUNG Girlz & Boyz what you should know and do? narendra malhotra jaideep malhotra www.rainbowhospitals.org
  • a girl child born should always be welcomed
  • GROWING UP
  •  Growing process can be very confusing with little or no help & no one to turn to..  Adolescents get information about their bodies, sexuality & sex from sources such as friends, servants, etc……..  This information could be incorrect, which could have damaging effects. Why are we meeting?
  •  Young people experience great deal of anxiety emerging out of lack of knowledge of sexuality ----- leading to myths & misconceptions.  Lack of knowledge leads to secret interest in pornography- offering distorted view of human sexuality. Why are we meeting?
  • Concerns / Issues in boyz & girlz  Body Image & self esteem  Acne  Masturbation  Why do I have to go through all these changes?  How to stay healthy?  How to make right choices?  Is it ok to talk about sex?  Whom should I speak with? Remember There is always help available, provided you are willing to talk about it! First of all, let’s understand..
  • women education is a must an educated girl is nation’s biggest asset
  • ADOLESCENCE Adolescence is a transition from Childhood to Adulthood.  It causes rapid physical, physiological and emotional changes - “Exciting yet confusing”.  Adolescence is a ‘DIFFICULT’ & IMPORTANT’ phase of growing up.  Its important to be ‘AWARE’ & ‘ INFORMED’ of what’s happening to you. INDIA IS THE YOUNGEST CONTRY IN THE WORLD 25% OF OUR POPULATION IS ADOLESCENTS
  • WHAT IS PUBERTY ? • our bodies are constantly changing from the day we are born until we die.puberty is the period of time when children begin to mature biologically ,socially and cognitively. • girls start to grow into women • boys start to become men
  • Physical Changes What separates a boy from a girl? Why boys are built differently?
  • ADOLESCENT GROWTH • PHYSICAL GROWTH • MENTAL GROWTH • EMOTIONAL GROWTH • SEXUAL GROWTH
  • Adolescent changes • 10-14 years • Wt 15-55 pounds • Ht 2-10 in • Age of puberty in females is 8-13 years • 12-16 years • Wt 15-65 pounds • Ht 4-12 in • Age of puberty in males is 9.5 to 14 years
  • BOYS HOW THEY GROW ?
  • Changes in Males during Puberty 11yrs - 20yrs 12yrs - 18yrs Growth of Facial Hair Breaking of voice Growth of Pubic Hair 11yrs - 20yrs 11yrs - 15yrs Ext. Genital Growth 13yrs - 16yrs Penile Erection Growth spurt & muscular appearance 12 yrs onwards 12yrs - 20yrs Physical Changes
  • 8-10 YEARS 13 YEARS 15 YEARS TOYS AND GAMES DISNEY LAND,CARTOONS READING,MUSIC TV,MOBILE,GAMES MUSIC,PHONE GAMES,TV
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  • The Male Genital Tract Physical Changes
  • Sperm Physical Changes
  • INQUISITIVE ? 16 YEARS AND ABOVE
  • WHAT CAUSES THESE CHANGES? • hormones • when the brain knows body is growing it releases hormones • these brain and pitutary hormones causes growth of testes in males and ovaries in females which secrete more hormones to cause changes
  • CHANGES • BODY SHAPE • HAIRS • ACNE • BODY ODOR • VOICE CHANGES • MENSTRUAL CYCLE • WET DREAMS • EMOTIONAL CHANGES
  • 16 YEARS CLOTHES,MUSIC,AFTERSHAVES,DEOS,MOVIES FAST FOOD,GIRLS,MOBILES,ELECTRONIC GADGETS
  • DEVELOPMENT IN GIRLS
  • BREAST DEVELOPMENT
  • HAIR GROWTH
  • INTERNAL GENITAL ORGANS External genitalia
  • FEMALE EGGS
  • YOUTH
  • Health & Hygiene  During puberty adolescent boys tend to sweat more underarms, on feet, in genital area – It’s important to bathe & keep oneself clean to avoid Body Odour & infections.  Oil glands become more active during puberty. So keep your skin clean to avoid Acne, pimples, etc..  Avoid sharing shaving blades to keep infections at bay. Physical Changes To manage raging hormones & bodily changes it’s very important to have balanced diet & exercise regularly.
  • •take good diet •lots of exercise •give equal importance to studies and games •develop healthy relationship with friends(boys and girls ) •keep away from bad company and bad habits WHAT SHOULD BE DONE
  • PROPER DIET
  • FOODS TO BE AVOIDED • SPICY FOODS • HOT DRINKS • CAFFEINE • ALCHOLIC DRINKS • REFINED SUGAR • TOBACCO • PAN MASALA • SMOKING
  • YOUTH YOUTH MUSIC,FUN,MOTORCYCLES PARTIES,LATE NIGHTS,GIRLS MOVIES,MOBILES,LAPTOPS,FACEBOOK WHAT’SUP,GOOGLE etc etc etc PROBLEMS IN ADLOLESCENTS
  • Infection Lack of Concentration Weaknes s Irritability Palpitatio n Fatigue Dizzines s Symptoms Anemia
  • Acne  Acne is a skin condition, which is most common in adolescents but may persist into late adult life.  Acne results in pimples, redness, swelling & scarring, which could be painful & discomforting.  In boys with acne, oil glands produce too much oil (sebum) owing to hyperactive / imbalance in hormone levels.  The trapped oil blocks pores causing infection, leading to pustules (pus spots) & pimple formation. Physical Changes Acne cannot be avoided BUT can be controlled & managed.
  • Managing Acne Lifestyle modification – healthy balanced diet ensuring intake of required Nutrients & plenty of water, good sleep, and protection from UV rays can do wonders for your skin. Good compliance - Regular Skin Care Routine is extremely important & helpful in managing Acne. Regular skin care will not only ensure clean skin but will also help  reduce sebum production  presence of harmful bacteria Physical Changes To avoid scarring, it’s best not to squeeze Acne.
  • Managing Acne -Cleansing  It is very important to keep Acne prone & oily skin clean. Proper cleansing regime controls, manages & help avoid occurrence of Acne & pimples.  Dirt and oil on the surface of the skin do not cause acne, but clogging of pore openings.  Warm water dissolves skin oil better than lukewarm or cold water. But avoid hot water. Acne ARE NOT related to sexual thoughts / activity. Physical Changes
  • Masturbation Masturbation can lead to…  Acne, insanity, TB, mental retardation - FALSE  Impotence, homosexuality FALSE  Changes in the angle of penis- FALSE  Curved penis FALSE However, Masturbation could pose problems if it  interferes with other day-to-day activities  Done in public  repeatedly in a day, etc…. Physical Changes
  • Myths & Misconceptions  Circumcision is the only way to keep - FALSE penis clean.  Man with larger penis is sexually more- FALSE potent than a man with a smaller one.  Men are born with fixed quota of semen,- FALSE which decreases with age & excessive dissipation.  Absence or deficiency of sperms affects- FALSE man’s potency. Nocturnal emissions or ‘Wet dreams’ - FALSE indicate sexual disorder. Physical Changes
  • various advertisments of false claims
  • Obesity The Present Day Menace
  • Definition • Weight centile alone is useless as it does not consider height • Height for weight is better but does not differentiate between increased muscle or fat • BMI reflects the degree of fat content best • BMI = Weight in Kgs / Height in m 2
  • Eating Disorders • Age of onset 10 to 30 years of age • Incidence 1% of women • Pathological eating is of two types  Anorexia nervosa  Bulimia nervosa • Commoner in white race and middle and higher socioeconomic strata
  • Psychological Changes Apart from physical changes, adolescents also go through psychological changes; experiencing various hues of emotions ranging from  Confusing emotions like; getting easily upset to anxiousness for independence and still needing /seeking support of parents, friends.  Consciousness about one’s sexuality  Curiosity to explore and know about sexuality & other related topics…  Anger & excited ness Relax! This is natural….. Psychological Changes
  •  Best way to manage ones emotional & psychological changes during growing up years is to channelize one’s energy.  It’s a good idea to pursue extra curricular activities along with your studies.  Do spend good time on playground, gym, etc… Exercise / play - sports are very important for one’s physical & mental development. Note – All your friends are also going through the same phase. So don’t GIVE IN TO PEER PRESSURE. Managing Psychological Changes Psychological Changes
  • Youth Friendly Services
  •  Before making decisions, it’s important to understand your emotions.  Try not to jump to conclusions when in doubt.  Avoid taking rash decisions. They could have long term impact. Make sure you do not harm yourself by a rash decision!  Would be a great idea to learn to differentiate between – Affection / Love / Infatuation / Obsession . Understanding Yourself Psychological Changes Do learn to Accept & Respect NO from others and Say NO to others if needed
  • Why Pay Attention? • 1.2 billion adolescents - A fifth of the world’s population • 4 out of 5 live in developing countries • They face dangers more complex than previous generations faced, with less support
  • Why Pay Attention? • Early puberty • Nuclear families • Effect of mass media • Academic pressures • Rat race • Explosion of Technology • Urbanisation • Industrialization • Globalisation • Experimentation with Internet & mobile phones
  • Health Problems • Malnutrition • General Health Problems • Menstrual problems • Female genital mutilation • Early & unprotected sex • Addictive behaviour  Accidents  Violence  Sexual abuse  Mental Health problems  Scholastic difficulties  Eating disorders
  • Health Problems • Premarital Sex • Prevalence of RTIs / STIs • Unsafe Abortions • Unwanted pregnancies • Minimal use of contraceptives
  • What should be Friendly? Policies Procedures Healthcare providers Supporting staff Health facilities Peer educators Community involvement Youth participation & inputs
  • ```````````````````````````````````` BAD HABITS •RUNNING AWAY FROM STUDIES •INDULGING IN SMOKING,PAN MASALA, ALCOHOL,DRUGS •SEXUAL ACTIVITIES
  • Informed Choices  Sexuality is natural & healthy part of living.  Some young people think that most other people of their age have had sex; it's often not true.  Having sex is a personal decision & matter of choice. Wait till you are mature to take right decision! Don’t give in to peer pressure, only to regret later.  Choose when you are ready & when you want to wait.  Remember your safety is in your own hands.
  • Are you protected? One needs protection because Unprotected sex could lead to:  Unwanted pregnancy  Abortion  Sexually Transmitted Infections / HIV Practice – ABCD A- Abstinence B- Be faithful C- Use Condoms D- ??
  • Sexually Transmitted Infections Warning Signs & Identification Burning during urination Itching, rashes, blisters or pain in the genital area Discharge from the penis - Thick or watery, pus like, smelly Please Note: All these symptoms could indicate some general infection or problem also. Don’t jump to conclusions. Consult your doctor.
  • Sexually Transmitted Diseases There are more than 20 types of STDs caused by bacteria, parasites & viruses. Like… Chlamydia Gonorrhea Herpes Simplex Syphilis Hepatitis Genital Warts Chancroid HIV AIDS, etc….. Its advisable to beIts advisable to be Safe than be sorry ..Safe than be sorry .. PROTECT YOURSELF!PROTECT YOURSELF!
  • Sexually Transmitted Diseases ….  Very Common conditions  Most infections are curable & all are PREVENTABLE.  Delay in treatment could worsen the infection & leave permanent damage.  Permanent damage may mean inability to have baby in future, prolonged sickness, weakness, getting AIDS, continuous pain in lower abdomen, etc…. Sexually Transmitted Diseases
  • Sexual Abuse - any form of uncomfortable or unwanted sexual act. Various kinds of sexual abuse:  Molestation – includes kissing, hugging, petting, stroking, squeezing parts of body WITHOUT the consent of the person.  Sexual harassment – includes leering, passing off offensive remarks, cat calls, pinching, touching, brushing past, eve teasing, etc….. Leading to unwanted sexual attention & embarrassment.  Incest –involves sexual intercourse (without victim’s wish /consent) by a close family relative or member of extended family, neighbour, domestic help, etc…… Sexual Abuse
  • ABORTIONS - IN THE YOUTH
  • Youth at the highest risk • Estimates of abortions in young girls range from 1 to 4.4 million each year in developing countries • Young girls account for 53 - 74% of septic abortions
  • Unwanted Pregnancy Medical or Surgical Abortion ??
  • What to do?  It’s important to get some help  Don’t feel guilty for no fault of yours  Talk to parents / sibling / teacher / any senior – available immediately for some emotional support & further guidance  Do seek medical help at the earliest possible Remember: Most types of sexual abuse are punishable by law since they infringe on another person’s right to safety & security.
  • CONSEQUENCES OF BAD HABITS remain uneducated stunted growth lots of diseases:tb sexually tramnsmitted diseases: syphlis,gonnorhoea,aids, unwanted pregnancies| cancers, infertility, etc.
  • WHAT IF YOU COMMIT A MISTAKE ? • REALISE IT • SEEK HELP IMMEDIATELY • DON’T HIDE IT ,IT MAY BE TOO LATE • WHOM TO GO ? • YOUR BEST FRIENDS ARE YOUR PARENTS,TEACHERS,DOCTORS, ELDERS. • YOUTH FRIENDLY CLINIC
  • Growing up – well informed  Sexual relationship should never be coercive or exploitative.  It should be based on mutual trust, honesty, commitment & respect.  Premature involvement in sexual activities poses risks.  Sexual behaviour must be responsible & self –disciplined.  You don't have to rush into anything - talk it over with your friends or someone else you trust before going further than you are comfortable.
  • Be informed about your body & how it works Develop skills to cope with emotional developments Concentrate on attitude & value building process In short……..
  • DREAMS
  • DREAM OF REACHING THE TOP BY SHEER DETERMINATION AND HARDWORK THERE IS NO SHORTCUT TO SUCCESS
  • In the end…. Relax ! All the adults you know have been through the same growing up phase too………… With little help, correct & adequate knowledge you will do fine…….
  • THANK YOU HAVE A GREAT LIFE AND GREAT FUTURE QUESTIONS ARE WELCOME mnmhagra3@gmail.com n.malhotra@rainbowhospitals.org drnarendra@malhotrahospitals.com