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Physical fitness not only improves the adolescent's sense of physical well-being, but also boosts self-esteem and self-confidence (Schickedanz et al 1990). Physical activity offers adolescents golden opportunities for interaction with their peer group. Because adolescents are inclined to eat both more and unhealthier food than in the past, and because they tend to gain weight in consequence 42 The Adolescent of the changes taking place in their bodies, they must be alerted to the importance of following a healthy diet.
The influence of narcotics depends on how they are administered, the dosage and the tolerance of the user. They are habit-forming and regular use leads to a need for ever larger dosages and, eventually, to complete physical dependence. When a person becomes dependent on a substance he has to take it regularly to avoid withdrawal symptoms. Early signs of withdrawal include dilated pupils, perspiration, watering eyes and nose, restlessness and insomnia. Later symptoms include nausea, vomiting, diarrhoea, leg spasms, tremors and chills.
AIDS is very costly in terms of medical expenditure. • AIDS is very costly in terms of physical and emotional pain of the victim as well as his family and friends. • AIDS is very dangerous because anyone who is infected with the virus is capable of transmitting the disease, even though no symptoms are yet apparent. • AIDS can be passed to any person, any time and any place that person is involved in high risk behaviour. The Physical Development of the Adolescent 33 P u b l i c H e a l t h : AIDS (continued) Symptoms and early signs of AIDS include • • • • • • persistently swollen glands cough itching skin rash prolonged fever persistent diarrhoea loss of more than 10% of normal body weight • night sweats • change in mental behaviour - forgetfulness, confusion.
The Adolescent. An Educational Perspective by Eldrie Gouws and Nicky Kruger (Auth.)