What changes can occur in adolescence of a boy or a girl, changes in adolescence, mental changes in adolescence, why changes in adolescence


As the issue of puberty is associated with the issue of puberty in girls, there is a lot of awareness writing about it. But many people do not feel the need to become aware of the time of the boy's adolescence! This is exactly what a reader recently complained to expert Pallavi Barnwal. Besides, he wanted to know - what are the obvious changes in the body of boys during adolescence?

According to Pallavi, let's take a look at the areas of change in the physical structure of men during adolescence one by one!

1. First of all, Pallavi said that it is usually between the ages of 12 and 14 that adolescent changes begin in the body of boys. First of all, three changes can be noticed-

A. Hair growth on the pelvis or upper part of the penis.

B. Increased testicles.

C. The skin color of the testicles becomes a little reddish and the skin begins to thicken.

2. In the next stage, in the age group of 4 to 5 years, what other changes are seen in the body, the experts also said. In this case-

A. Pelvic hair becomes thick and curly.

B. The penis and testicles increase in size. In addition, the testicles become thicker.

C. Armpit hair begins to grow.

D. The voice broke. Sometimes it sounds fine, sometimes it sounds grunting.

E. Bron starts to come out in the face.

F. Hair begins to grow on the face.

G. The height also increases little by little.

J. The tension of sexual desire became clear. Many people have nightmares and ejaculate in their sleep.

3. Within the next 4 to 5 years, the genitals take on the shape of an adult male. The color of the spermatozoa becomes completely black. Beards and mustaches cover the lower part of the face.

4. Pallavi also says to be aware of the psychological changes in adolescence. During this time the boys have frequent mood swings, they are at a very sensitive stage. Therefore, if their mood swings cannot be controlled in any way, then it would be right to approach psychologists, he said.


Advertisement 2

Advertisement 3

Advertisement 4