Behavioral Disorder In Children
Children's are naughty and loving and can be impulsive, vicious and defiant from time to time in their child phase, and being like a naughty child is perfectly normal for children’s and for their parents. However, For some children under their age they have extremely difficult and challenging behaviors. Children’s with these behavioral disorders can develop personality disorders, Austin, depression, or bipolar disorder as they grow up.
The most common behavioral disruptions disorder in children’s are: Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Behavior Disorder (ADHD), Oppositional Defiant Behavior Disorder and Conduct Behavior Disorder..
Oppositional Defiant(OD) Behavior Disorder
It is believed that approximately one in ten children under the age of 12 has an oppositional defiant disorder, where boys are two to one more % then girls.
ODD Children’s Typical Behavior signs:
Just angry, upset, or irritable.
Frequent arguments with adults, especially the more well-known adults in their lives, such as B. Parents.
Refuses to follow rules or makes things difficult for others.
Low self-esteem, low level of frustration.
Conduct behavioral disorder
Children with behavioral disorder (CD) are often tagged as "bad guys or rude" because of their refusal to accept rules and regulation and criminal behavior. It is studied that around five percent of 10-year-olds have this disorder, and boys are four to one more % than girls.
Some of the typical behaviors of a child with CD include:
Frequent refusal to obey parents or other authorities.
Tendency to consume drugs, including cigarettes and alcohol, at a very young age.
Frequent lying behavior.
Criminal behavior such as stealing, willful burning, breaking into homes, and vandalism.
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Behavior Disorder
About two to five Percentage of boys believed to be suffering from Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) where boys are three to one% more than girls.
ADHD Attribute can includes:
Inattention: Difficulty concentrating, forgetting to instruct, moving from one task to another without doing anything.
Impulsiveness: Being Prone to accidents normally, having short temper fuse and talking about others.
Hyperactivity: Restless Mind and constant restlessness feeling on body and mind.
Symptoms of Behavioral Disorder in Children’s
All children have behavioral problems sometimes. Problems that last longer than six months and are more severe than those of your relatives can indicate a behavioral disorder.
Common behavioral symptoms include:
Early sexual activity.
frequent or persistent tantrums.
Open defiance against authorities and parents.
Destruction of property.
Alcohol or drug use.
Violent and aggressive acts such as bullying, fighting or cruelty to animals
Treatment of behavioral disorders in children.
Parents education status: For example, teaching parents to communicate with and manage their children with behavioral disorder.
Family Therapy: To improve communication and problem solving skills with their children Family therapy is must to Help the whole family.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: Children’s with behavioral disorder need to taught so they can control their emotions and feeling which unbalanced their social life.
Social training: The child is taught important social skills, e.g. B. how to talk or play cooperatively with others.
Anger Control: Frustration anger grows in children’s and they have been taught and given a variety of coping skills to calm their anger and aggressive behavior.
Encouragement: Many behavioral disorder children’s in school or social life experience repeated failures while interacting with others, which discourage them. Encouraging the child to excel in their particular talents (such as sport) can help to build self-esteem in school or in social life.
Medication: Medication is also important to control or level up impulsive behavior..