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How life style/ behaviour disease cancer impact on thd teenagers
While the impact on families, among other things, the psychosocial status of parents, activities and family economic status and family role in masyarakat. 1. [ The impact on growth and puberty Early adolescence is a period when physical growth and pubertal development of rapid, whereas the middle and late adolescence are more dominant place of cognitive development and psikososial. Puberty and “Adolescent growth spurt” cause various metabolic changes in the body of adolescents with chronic illness. As an example of the increasing growth hormone levels in adolescence led to increased
insulin resistance that can be teens tend to generate a sense of dependency of parents want to escape and want to try new things. This can lead to reduced treatment compliance resulting in exacerbation of chronic diseases such as asthma or chronic renal failure. 2,3,4 Chronic diseases such as congenital heart defects often cause growth disorders such as short stature and failure to thrive. Sickle cell disease as thallassemia besides causing failure to thrive, also causes delayed puberty. 3,5,10 2. Appearance (body image) Teenagers are very conscious with her appearance. Delayed puberty or disability that appears will lead to low self-esteem. Different physical form compared with healthy adolescents also often cause anxiety and depression, because teenagers are very concerned with physical appearance. Chronic conditions that require the use tools such as hearing aids, wheelchairs, and other causes feelings of low self-esteem so they tend to attract diri., 10 caps is not normal, can lead to: Low self Out of the group Frequent absences from school and other activities Increased concerns about sexual function Eating disordersDepression, angry, or both 3. Social and Emotional Development It is said that even though children with chronic conditions psikososialnya growth lower than normal children, but the child’s condition is not the main factor in influencing the development of emotion. Family closeness is very important in the development of children’s emotions. ]
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