2.1 Explain how children and young people’s development is influenced by personal factors. Health Status – When a child is born, if there are issues relating to the mother i.e. drug or alcohol use, this can cause a baby to be born small or suffer from foetal alcohol syndrome. This can result in delay of development. After birth the baby will be smaller than average and can sometimes be born with deformed limbs, this can then limit them at school with taking part in certain sporting activities. Children with foetal alcohol syndrome may go on to misuse drugs and alcohol, become expelled from school due to poor behaviour or develop mental health problems.
While many people think that it’s not harmful to their children if they’re not vaccinated, they’re mistaken. There are many risks of not being vaccinated, which include disabilities and even a higher risk of catching a disease that could’ve been prevented in the first place. Not being vaccinated can sometimes lead to disability problems such as if there was an “Outbreaks of measles, mumps, and whooping cough are occurring around the United States—often among groups of children whose parents have refused to get them vaccinated”(Childhood 1). The side effects of these lead a child to catching pneumonia, inflammation in the brain, swollen and tender salivary glands under the ears and more. Based on the information that was researched vaccines, “Work really well.
These affect occur do to the exposure of nicotine to the nervous system during the gestational period. Also some children suffer from other long-term effects that include obesity, hypertension, and Type 2 diabetes these are due to the restrictions in uterus during development. With all the health risk even after birth there should laws and regulations created to protect the safety and well-being of and unborn
Malnutrition or lack of balance diet, and overeating harmful chemicals like junk foods can result of different diseases such as overweight, underweight and obesity problems that can lead to more serious problems such as diabetes or heart disease. 2. There are also physical manifestation of poor nutrition such as weak muscle and energy, increased skin infection, constipation, gaining or losing weight
Pregnancy - when the mother had sickness or neglect during pregnancy (taking alcohol and etc) it can impact on the later child development. It is important that during pregnancy that necessary pregnancy support and care is provided. There is some medical condition like preeclamsia can cause premature birth and may lead to blindness and deafness and later in life will affect the child 's ability to learn or learn quickly. 2. Accidents and illness - some illnesses has effect on child 's ability to learn, by taking some medications that has side effects can affects child 's learning process later in life.
- Past head trauma: Two problems can be at greater risk of this disease and that is for people who have had bad head trauma or repeated head trauma. - Lifestyle and heart health: There are some life styles that can be at a bigger risk of developing this disease and a few of them are: lack of exercise, smoking, poorly controlled diabetes, a diet that lacks fruits and vegetables. - Lifelong learning and social engagement: Mentally and socially stimulating activities can also increase the risk of developing this disease, these activities will include: increased levels of formal education, a stimulating job, mentally
Not everyone that participates in a pageants wins, some girls might get depressed by the fact that they lost in front of a large crowd just because they aren’t as pretty as the other girls. Or even the bullying that happens behind the curtains of the shows from moms to children or from children towards each other. Also there is a bigger risk that the participants will get anorexic and might hurt themselves due to the pressure regarding the fact that they should preserve a small figure, a perfect posture, forcing themselves to eat smaller portions knowing that this is critical age for their growth causing health
Obesity comes into play from a child being over-nutrition by foods that are not nutrient-dense foods. Long term affects that obesity can have on a child could be heart disease, diabetes, and strokes (Groark, Song, 2012, sec. 1.2). Short term affects that obesity can have on a child could be isolation, poor self-esteem, and
Conor Dooling 20 March 2017 ENGL COMP 2, 8 A.M Rough Draft Rhetorical Analysis Psychological Imbalance Eating disorders can be classified as many different characteristics that affect a person’s mind and body. This mental illness distresses people of any age, gender, race and ethnicity of any group in society. A person who suffers from this illness has abnormal or disturbed eating habits. Eating disorders will result in a life time of psychologist help along with medication to maintain the illness from progressing.
Nutritional deficiencies result in impaired physical and mental development of humans, loss of productivity, susceptibility to various diseases among others (Lim et al, 2012). They are caused not only by low quantities of food consumed but also by poor dietary diversity; as dietary diversity is a good indicator of broader nutritional status. More diverse diets are associated with lower rates of nutritional problems in many parts of the world (Popkin and Slining, 2013). As a result, to improve nutrition and health, it is important to increase dietary diversity. It has been noted that in Africa and Asia, majority of malnourished people are rural dwellers who are smallholder farmers (Pinstrup-Andersen, 2007).