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Physiological Effect of Puberty During Adolescence

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This Paper illustrates the physiological effects of puberty during adolescence. It gives definitions of puberty and adolescents and tries to correlate the two in checking for the effects on each other. The paper gives the psychological changes brought about by the outward changes of an individual during the growth stage of adolescent. Every person has experienced this occasion of ambiguity known as puberty. It conveys instances of perplexity as adolescents are often trying to comprehend who they are and try to discover an identity. Santos (2007) describes puberty as “a period of quick bodily maturation involving hormonal and physical transformations that occur principally in the onset of adolescence”. This Confusion is frequently an inception owing to physical modifications of the body brought about by hormonal changes. The paper begins with an introduction on the topic to help us truly understand the concept of puberty, adolescence and effects of the latter on the psychological and physiological wellbeing of an adolescent individual. It then gives a vivid description of effects of puberty on adolescents citing few examples and showing some help from literature reviews. The paper then ends with a conclusion with relevant recommendations.

                        The physiological effects of puberty during adolescence

Puberty is the progression of a series of physical transformations by which a teenager's body turns into a mature body with an aptitude of reproduction (Cummings et.al, 2002). Puberty is instigated by hormonal indications from the brain regions to the gonads which include the ovaries and...

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