Acne always related with teenager. People think that they won’t get acne when they come to adulthood. However, many people get acne for the first time as adults or develop acne after years of being relatively pimple free. Even sometimes, teenage acne can continue unabated from teen years into adulthood. This condition is termed as adult acne.Adult acne is when acne occurs in people twenty years of age and above. There are many reasons why acne breaks out. One of the main causes is as a reaction to stress medication.Most people believe stress can causes adult acne break out, especially those who are under high-stress levels. However, the reaction is usually to the medication that they are placed on rather than to the stress itself. Until now, dermatologist still can not identify what the reason medication cause acne reactions. They usually prescribe additional medication to cure the acne.For adult women, they always get adult acne when they stop taking oral contraceptives. The hormones in their body will change once they stop using pill. Research shows that hormones strongly affect the way that the skin looks and behaves. The clogged pores that cause acne to appear are affected by what is happening in the body hormonally.The ovaries produce both estrogen and androgen, where concentration of these two hormones is balance. There is a relation between hormones and the condition of the skin. Adult acne will appear if one of these hormones is out of balance. This causes acne appear and re-appear during woman’s menstrual cycle.In addition to a woman’s own hormones, adult acne may be related to the ingestion of external hormones and drugs that have androgenic effects such as those contained in certain oral contraceptive medications, food products and performance enhancing drugs.There are many effective over-the-counter drugs and treatments for adult acne. However, before you taking any of those treatments, you should know about them and get advice from dermatologist or health care provider.
Young adult books are some of the best books. These books are the ones which are written for young adults who are between the ages 12 and 16. What’s special about these books is that they still have the innocent childish affect children’s books have and also have this new extra maturity to them.Most children’s books are written in a very safe way, without making them sound too scary, so as to not give them nightmares. But when they reach the young adult age children become more curious and want to find out all about things they haven’t explored before. This is when they start reading young adult books which help them discover themselves better. The other reason why they read these books is that their parents, who stopped them from reading these scary books, now feel that they are old enough and buy them copies of these books.Some popular fiction books that belong to this age group are “Twilight”, “Harry Potter”, “Eragon”, etc. They have sold millions of copies and continue to sell many more copies every year. “Harry Potter” and “Eragon” come under the most popular book genre Fantasy and this has been the reason for their success.Twilight has been successful because vampire fiction is a favourite among readers. There is a demand for vampire fiction books and many authors have started writing a lot of vampire fiction books recently, which have done really well. Some good vampire fiction books are Dracula and Fevre Dream.Just because these books are called young adult books and written for young adults, it doesn’t mean that they are supposed to be read by them only. They can actually be read by younger children also. There are many children out there who are ready and confident of reading young adult books like Harry potter and they enjoy reading them.You are also never too old to read these books either. These books can be enjoyed by adults too. This is because when a book is well written anybody will enjoy reading them.It also doesn’t mean that young adults should only read these books and no other books. They should be allowed to read any book they want to. If they feel they are ready to read difficult books that are written for adults they should be allowed and if they enjoy reading picture books that are written for children they should be allowed to read them too.So if your child wants to read a book that doesn’t belong to their age category you should allow them to read it, as it’s not the age that is important, it’s the knowledge they gain, that’s important. You could also read the book before hand and make sure that its age appropriate, before you give it to them to read.
ADHD or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder is normally thought of as a disorder that affects children, but it also affects adults and can cause them problems during their entire lifetime. Estimates of how many adults are affected by ADHD vary, but most experts agree that between 2 and 5 percent of adults suffer from ADHD. The challenges faced by adults with ADHD are different than those faced by children, but no matter what age a person is who has ADHD there are treatment options available.Adults usually do not have hyperactive behavior suffered by children with ADHD, or if they do they experience it in different ways. Adults are prone to feel restless instead of hyperactive or can even lack energy as a part of their symptoms. Some symptoms are common in most adults with ADHD and they include problems with self-control, time management, focusing on tasks, and future planning. These symptoms make life difficult and prevent adults from succeeding in work and personal relationships.The treatment for adults with ADHD is similar to the treatment for children and includes medication such as psycho-stimulants as well as behavioral therapy and counseling. Adults with ADHD can often improve their symptoms by creating a schedule, routine, and finding positive outlets. Sometimes medications are prescribed that aid in focus and attention as well as dietary supplements and other natural supplements to aid in focus and mental clarity.Adults who have ADHD are almost always diagnosed as having ADHD as children and continue to have symptoms. While the severity of ADHD symptoms usually diminish as a person gets older some adults still struggle with them and find it hard to function and deal with adult responsibilities. Proper treatment, however, can allow an adult with continuing ADHD symptoms to function normally and find success in their adult life.