Health Care

1. PHYSICAL HEALTH: Adolescents are relatively healthy, but they have certain medical problems which can be completely missed , if not looked into carefully.

 

  • Headache
    Frontal headache: on forehead is non pathological, Occipital headache: at back of head is.

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  • Vision problems
    Vision problems: Refractive errors are manifested during this period.

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  • ENT
    Voice changes  occur during puberty. Increase in length and changes on vocal cord.

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  • Chronic fatigue syndrome
    Persistent and unexplained fatigue, impairment of daily

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  • Sports injury
    Mostly over use injury like stress fracture in upper limbs, shoulders, elbow and wrist.

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  • 2. LIFESTYLE DISORDERS

  • Obesity
    Lack of Exercise Heredity factors which reduce basal metabolic rate Insulin resistance, leads to

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  • HIGH BP
    Hypertension can be defined as average systolic BP and diastolic BP more than 95th  precentile

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  • Skin and hair
    Acne is the problem of nearly all teens. All of us  go through the acne phase, although some.

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  • Vaccination
    Many teens are being exposed to measles, mumps and whooping cough, especially.

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  • Diet and nutrition
    Eat three solid meals a day. make breakfast part of your daily schedule. Eating breakfast.

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  • Eating disorders
    Incidence is 1 in 20 among adolescents and 1 in 14 on campus. 9/10 are girls.

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  • Diabetes
    Increasingly type 2 diabetes is being diagnosed in obese adolescents especially those.

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