ADVICE FOR BOYS ON TAKING CARE OF YOURSELF

What’s the Point of Looking After My Body?

As you grow older, you’ll need to learn how to care for your body correctly. Your physical appearance will alter as you transition from a boy to a man as you grow older. Puberty is the term for this. Boys will experience the following:

  • an oily t-zone, as well as greasy hairs on your face, arms, and legs, as well as hairs in your genital region (the part of your body covered by your underwear)
  • the scent of rotten sweat, particularly beneath your arms
  • Wet dreams, erections, and ejaculation are all symptoms of a deeper voice. When your penis enlarges and hardens, you have an erection. Ejaculation refers to expulsing a viscous liquid from the penis known as semen. A “wet dream” occurs when you urinate while you’re sleeping.

Slowly, these alterations will begin to take place. To stay clean and healthy, you’ll have to adopt new habits.

What Do I Need to Do Every Single Day?

To keep yourself smelling clean and fresh, you should do the following:

  • Every day, put on new underwear and clothes.
  • Using soap and water, wash your hands and face every day. You can dry yourself off using a towel.
  • Take a bath or shower on your own. The entire body and hair can be cleaned in the shower or bath.
  • Ensure that you use deodorant daily. Your underarms will be fresher and less sweaty as a result of this.
  • Brush and floss your teeth at least twice a day. This will assist in preventing bad breath and cavities.

Shaving Is Another Option.

You may wish to shave your facial hair as it grows. Ask a trusted adult, like a parent, how to properly use a razor.

Shaving may take some getting accustomed to. Electric razors are loud and may irritate the skin a bit. If you’re not careful, other razors can cut you. When using a razor, be careful.

Erection, Ejaculation, and Wet Dreams: What Happens?

Wet dreams, erections, and ejaculations are common among men. They’re just a regular part of growing up.

If your underwear and sheets are damp and sticky in the morning, you most likely had a wet night’s sleep. Remove your soiled pajamas and underwear. Remove your soiled bedding. Put on new lingerie and clothing after showering and changing.

Choosing the right underwear might be a challenge.

Make sure you’re wearing underwear that you’re happy with.

It’s easy to put on and take off boxer shorts for some boys. Other boys prefer briefs because they feel more secure when sprinting, leaping, or moving around a lot.

To select the ideal underwear for you, experiment with various styles.

There’s a lot to take in, doesn’t it? How Do I Recall This?

Adapting to a new daily schedule can be a challenge. Here are a few creative ideas to help you remember:

  • Keep track of your daily routines to know when you should wash your face and shave or shower.
  • In the morning, it’s helpful for you and your family if you have a visual representation of how to wash your face.
  • To keep track of which supplies you need to use and which ones follow, write the product numbers on them.

Get Your Act Together!

Preparation is vital, so stock up on all the materials you’ll need for self-care daily. The kit should include soap, a toothbrush, toothpaste, deodorant, and a hairbrush. It’s possible to have a separate shaving kit with all your essentials.

Ask your parents for help putting together your kits. Make a list of things you enjoy. It’s always possible to go back to the store and get something else if you don’t like the smell or feel of some items. You have several options. Choose the option that best suits your needs.

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