A Homeopath Explains Early Puberty & The Right Foods That Help

A Homeopath Doctor explains why children today face early puberty, what causes the same, and the right Indian foods that can help treat the same.

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Parents may wonder whether their child is moving into puberty too early. Many factors can cause your child’s body to mature faster than others. Understanding the signs of early puberty will help you to know when to seek help.

When is Puberty?

According to the National Institute of Health, puberty – the time when a child’s body is changing and becoming physically like that of an adult – usually begins in girls between 8 and 13 years of age, and in boys between 9 and 14 years of age. 

What Is Early Puberty?

Precocious( early)  puberty is defined as that state when a child begins to show features of becoming an adult too soon as compared to the average. ( girls before 8 and boys before age 9)

Symptoms Of Early Puberty

  • Development of secondary sexual characteristics like breast growth, pubic and axillary hair.
  • The appearance of the first period
  • Rapid growth in height ( both boys and girls)
  • Growth of testicles and penis in boys along with increased facial hair
  • Deepening of voice in boys
  • Acne in some boys and girls
  • Body odour in most boys and girls.

There are 2 types of early puberty

  • Central Precocious Puberty 
  • Peripheral Precocious Puberty

An Important Factor To Keep In Mind Before Declaring Early Puberty?

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