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Life Span . Early & Middle adulthood Chapter 11 & 12. Early Adulthood. Age 20 – 40 (early) Stable. Physical Characteristics . Height & Weight. Physical growth Complete. Bone and Muscle development. Peak bone mass Age 35 Injuries respond best to Rest Immobilization. Dentition.

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life span

Life Span

Early & Middle adulthood

Chapter 11 & 12

early adulthood
Early Adulthood
  • Age
    • 20 – 40 (early)
  • Stable
height weight
Height & Weight
  • Physical growth
    • Complete
bone and muscle development
Bone and Muscle development
  • Peak bone mass
    • Age 35
  • Injuries respond best to
    • Rest
    • Immobilization
dentition
Dentition
  • 3rd molars
  • Gingivitis
    • Gum disease
  • Dental visits
    • Q 6 months
  • Oral care
cardiac system
Cardiac System
  • Cardiac output
    • Peak 20 – 30
    • Then declines
  • Risk factors
    • Alcohol
    • Tobacco
    • h cholesterol diet
respiratory system
Respiratory System
  • Peak function
    • 20 - 25
  • Vital Capacity
    • i
  • Elasticity
    • i
  • Risk factors
    • Smoking
  • Health promotion
    • Exercise
gi system
GI system
  • Appetite
    • Unchanged
  • Gastric secretions
    • (after 30)
  • Basal Metabolic Rate
    • i
  • Bowel management
nervous system
Nervous System
  • # neurons
    • i
  • Brain size
    • i
  • Reaction time (20 – 30)
    • h
  • Visual acuity (25)
    • i
    • Presbyopia
  • Hearing
    • Best at 20
    • Compensate
what hearing loss typically is affected first as a person ages
What hearing loss typically is affected first as a person ages?
  • Low frequency tones
  • High frequency tones
reproductive system
Reproductive system
  • Peak capacity!
  • Infertility
assisting conception
Assisting conception
  • Ovulation ?
  • q other day
  • Deep penetration
  • No lubricants
  • Stay on back
motor development
Motor development
  • Peak
  • Decline 30 – 60
  • Greatest strength
    • Back
    • Arms
    • Legs
sexual development
Sexual development
  • Romantic Love
masters johnson cycle of sexual response
Masters & JohnsonCycle of sexual response
  • Excitement
  • Plateau
  • Orgasm
  • Resolution
the psychosocial model identifies the task for young adults as what
The psychosocial model identifies the task for young adults as what?
  • Generativity
  • Ego integrity
  • Intimacy
  • Identity
  • Industry
what is the risk if a young adult does not fulfill the psychosocial task of this stage of life
What is the risk if a young adult does not fulfill the psychosocial task of this stage of life?
  • Role confusion
  • Isolation
  • Inferiority
  • Despair
  • Stagnation
psychosocial development
Psychosocial development
  • Intimacy
    • Sexual
    • Emotional
  • Introspection
  • Trust
choosing establishing a career
Choosing & Establishing a career
  • Balance
  • Sexual harassment
est home family
Est. home & Family
  • Family
  • Marriage
expanding social circles
Expanding social circles
  • Similar life stage
  • Reciprocity
  • Compatibility
  • Respectability
  • Proximity
developing maturity
Developing maturity
  • Control & Restraint
cognitive development
Cognitive development
  • Objective
  • Wider perspective
  • Adult learners
moral development
Moral development
  • Less absolutes
  • Respect others
  • Religion
nutrition
Nutrition
    • 2,700–3,000 cal/day
    • 1,600-2,100 cal/day
sleep rest
Sleep & Rest
  • 7-9 hours
  • Insomnia
sleep aids
Sleep Aids
  • large meal at HS
  • Exercise afternoon
  • Routine
  • Relax
  • Bed for sex & sleep
exercise leisure
Exercise & Leisure
  • 3-5 time / week
  • 30 minutes
safety
Safety
  • Self & Family
  • Smoke detectors
  • CO detectors
health promotion
Health promotion

Men

Women

Breast exam

Pap smear

  • Testicular exam
exposure to carcinogens
Exposure to carcinogens
  • Tobacco
  • Alcohol
  • Chemicals
  • Viruses
  • Sun
accidents
Accidents
  • Eye
  • Hearing
  • Work
obesity
Obesity
  • 20-30% excess body weight
stress
Stress
  • management
family planning
Family Planning
  • Birth control
middle adulthood
Middle Adulthood
  • 40 - 60

Growth & development

NOT

Decline & regression

height weight1
Height & weight
  • Height
    • i
    • 1-4 inches
  • Redistribution
slide42
Skin
  • dermis
    • i elasticity
sexual development1
Sexual development
  • Menopause
    • 45 – 55 year
    • Ave 51
  • S&S
    • Irregular
    • Hot flashes
    • Palpitations
    • i strength
    • Facial hair
    • i vaginal secretions
    • Sleep disturbances / fatigue
according to erikson what is the developmental task for middle adults
According to Erikson, what is the developmental task for middle adults?
  • Ego integrity
  • Generativity
  • Intimacy
  • Identity
  • Industry
failure to achieve generativity results in what
Failure to achieve Generativity results in what?
  • Stagnation
  • Despair
  • Isolation
  • Role confusion
  • poverty
est adjusting to new family roles
Est. & adjusting to new family roles
  • Empty-nesters
  • Grandparents
  • Parent-child
  • Child-parent
cognitive development1
Cognitive development
  • Re-entry student
moral development1
Moral development
  • Spirituality
nutrition1
Nutrition
  • Metabolism
exercise leisure1
Exercise & Leisure
  • Remain active
safety1
Safety
  • Accident prevention
  • OSHA
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