Can I go through puberty quicker?
It’s normal for some people to go through puberty sooner than others. Puberty won’t begin until hormones released by the pituitary gland in your brain tell your body that its time. You may sometimes wish that you could start puberty faster. Unfortunately, there’s not much you can do to control the timing of puberty.
How long does it take to finish hitting puberty?
The average age for girls to begin puberty is 11, while for boys the average age is 12. But it’s different for everyone, so don’t worry if your child reaches puberty before or after their friends. It’s completely normal for puberty to begin at any point from the ages of 8 to 14. The process can take up to 4 years.
How can I get through puberty?
Getting Ready for Puberty
- Talk to an adult. Tell a trusted adult — such as your mom, an aunt, or your school nurse — aboutwhat’s bothering you.
- Become a period expert. Ask your mom to show you how to use a tampon and/or pad.
- Go bra shopping.
- Talk to your doctor.
- Be choosy about your friends.
- Think positive.
How can I delay puberty naturally?
Slowing down childhood obesity and early puberty with exercise and nutrition
- Go to the doctor. Seek advise from your child’s pediatrician.
- Exercise, exercise, exercise!
- Beware of hormones in your food.
- Eat organic fruits and vegetables.
- Bake better.
- Be aware of the products you use.
- Drink plenty of water.
What foods delay puberty?
Children with lower-nutrient diets tend to enter puberty earlier. A diet rich in processed foods and meats, dairy, and fast food is disruptive to normal physical development. Exposure to EDCs (endocrine-disrupting chemicals).
What foods help puberty?
Protein. Protein-rich foods include lean meat, fish, chicken, eggs, beans, lentils, chickpeas, tofu and nuts. These foods are important for your child’s growth and muscle development, especially during puberty.
How do you slow puberty?