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WOMEN:Most women stop growing in height once they have finished puberty. At this time they are around 16 to 17 years. It usually stops after two to three years of going through the menstrual cycle. MEN: There is no specific age which men stop growing since some stop growing at the age of nineteen and others can extend up to twenty years. This growth depends on hormones that a person possesses since hormones play a major role in the growth of a person. -FOUND ON INTERNET-
The brain reaches its full senses at age 25 or 26, and the body physically stops growing in puberty with a girl 16 and a boy about 18. There are different kind of developments! There's mental, and physical. I've learned through driver's end that we only fully grow our ability to process risk as well as make good decisions and keep a wise, adult-like mentality in our twenties. Our body finishes the process of puberty under twenty. So, to be fully grown, I'd say it would be about our thirties.
Full development varies on the individual's gender, race, and such. but on average in the US the male body at around 18-21 and a female at around 16-18. as for brain development the frontal lobe (judgment) is one of the last parts of the brain to develop and it finishes developing at around 25.... part of the reason insurance companies charge a lot more for people below that age.
The human body grows steadily from birth, and by the late teens the skeletal system has fully formed. Although you're unlikely to grow any taller after the age of 20, scientists have recently discovered that some bones never stop growing as you age