CHILDREN BEHAVIOR

 children's behavior


 Children are naughty and lovable and can be impulsive, brash and defiant from time to time in their infancy, and it is perfectly normal for children and their parents to be like a naughty child.  However, for some children, children under their age find behavior extremely difficult and challenging.  Children with these behavioral disorders may develop personality disorder, Austin, depression or bipolar disorder as they grow up.


 





 The most common behavioral disruption disorders in children are: Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Behavior Disorder (ADHD), Opositional Defense Behavior Disorder, and Conduct Behavior Disorder.

 oppositional defiant (OD) behavior disorder

It is thought that about one in ten children under the age of 12 have an anti-convulsant disorder, where boys are two to one% more then girls.

Typical behavioral signs of ODD children:

 Just angry, upset or irritable.

Frequent arguments with adults, especially the more famous adults in their lives, such as Bee Parents.

Refusing to follow rules or making things difficult for others.

Low self-esteem, low levels of frustration.

phase disorder

Children with behavior disorder (CD) are often tagged as "bad guys or rude" because of their refusal to accept rules and regulation and criminal behavior.  It has been studied that about five percent of 10-year-olds have the disorder, and boys are four to one percent more likely than girls.

Some typical behaviors of a child with CD include:

Repeated refusal to obey parents or other authorities.

frequent turr turr

Tendency to consume drugs including cigarettes and alcohol at a very young age.

Repeated lying behavior.

Criminal behavior such as theft, burning of wills, vandalism and vandalism in homes.

 attention deficit hyperactivity disorder

 About two to five percent of boys are believed to suffer from Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), where boys are three to one percent more likely than girls.

 ADHD characteristics may include:

Inattention: Difficulty concentrating, forgetting to give instructions, moving from one task to another without doing anything.

 Impulsivity: Being prone to accidents in general, having a low temper fuse and talking about others.

Hyperactivity: Restless mind and feeling of constant restlessness over the body and mind.

 Symptoms of behavioral disorder in children

All children sometimes have behavioral problems.  Problems that last longer than six months and are more severe than those of your relatives may indicate a behavioral disorder.

 Common behavioral symptoms include:

 initial activity.

Constant or frequent tantrums.enmity.to lie.

Open defiance against the authorities and parents.

destruction of property.

Anger.

self-destructive behavior.

School Captain.

Theft.

Use of alcohol or drugs.

Violent and aggressive acts such as bullying, fighting or cruelty to animals

Treatment of behavioral disorders in children.

Parental education status: for example, teaching parents how to communicate with and manage their children with a behavior disorder.

and Family Therapy: Family therapy should be there to help the whole family to improve communication and problem-solving skills with their children.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: There is a need to teach children about behavioral disorder so that they can control their emotions and feelings which disturb their social life.

Social training: The child is taught important social skills, eg.  b.  How to talk or play collaboratively with others.

Anger Control: Children develop frustration temper and are taught and given a variety of skills to quell their anger and aggressive behavior.

Encouragement: Many behavioral disorders cause children to experience repeated failures in school or social life when interacting with others, which discourages them.  Encouraging the child to excel in his or her special talents (such as sports) can help build self-esteem in school or in social life. Medication: Medication is also important to control impulsive behavior or level up  .

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