Through the lifetime human body undergoes fabulous transformations. In their first day of life, all babies look alike. As they grow, kids develop individuality; teenagers strive to differentiate a little from their peers and be special. In the adulthood, people reveal the whole potential in their hobbies, occupation, family life. In the end, everyone becomes senile and strongly depends on their children. Human development seems clear to all of us but, in fact, these stages are much more detailed.
The process of human development starts from the prenatal stage. This time is crucial as the whole basic structure of the human body and mind forms in the womb. All processes in the child’s body strongly depend on the mother, her nutrition and habits, as well as on the family history. Physical impairments and mental diseases can appear during the prenatal stage.
In the first year of life, infants can show not only quick physical but also social development. From the seventh month, infants show attachment to their mothers and basic temperament. From the second to the fifth year of life, they become toddlers. They develop not only physically and socially but also emotionally and intellectually. By the school age, toddlers can dress, are eager to carry responsibility, follow the rules, and know about 2000 words.
The age of adolescence, however, compensate all diligence of the toddlers as children become depressed and rebellious. This is the time of struggle with rush hormonal changes. At the stage of early adulthood, people learn better how to form intimate relationships and form a family. Middle-aged adults wish more to pave the way to their kids or feel purposeless if they did not succeed to form a family. At last, most elderly people have a sense of accomplishment, weakened immune system, and mental disintegration which may lead to dementia or Alzheimer’s disease.