Does your child argue frequently? Does he throw tantrums frequently? Your child might be suffering from behavioural disorder! Behavioural disorders might lead to problems in education and career. If you want to treat behavioural problems in children, you should know its symptoms. What are the symptoms of behavioural disorders in children? Read on…
Children are naughty. Sometimes children can develop certain habits that might put them into problems. These habits should be changed in their childhood itself.
Children might behave differently because of various factors. Children can even behave differently because of family history of behavioural problems, mood problems etc.
Children should be given enough attention when they are still young. Since problems in the childhood are easy to treat than problems in adulthood.
What are the behavioural disorders in children?
Children can show any of the following 3 disorders.
- Oppositional defiant disorder
- Conduct disorder
- Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
Oppositional Defiant Disorder
Oppositional defiant disorder is most commonly found in boys. It is mostly observed in boys who are under the age of 12.
The symptoms of oppositional defiant disorder are as follows:
- Doesn’t obey rules
- Frequently argues with adults
- Blames others for mistakes committed by them
- Frequently throws tantrums
- Gets angry and annoyed easily
Conduct disorder is mostly found in boys. Children with conduct disorder are labelled as “bad kids”.
The symptoms of conduct disorder are as follows:
- Harms people
- Destroys or steals property
- Often skips school
- Doesn’t obey parents
- Uses drugs including cigarettes and alcohol
- Uses weapons in fights
- Often tells lies
- Wants to run away from home
- Gets suicidal thoughts
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
Boys are more likely to have ADHD when compared to girls.
The symptoms of ADHD are as follows:
- Problems in concentrating
- Can’t sit still at a place
- Leaves a task incomplete and rushes to the next task
- Trouble in paying attention
- Commits careless mistakes
- Day dreams
- Interrupts others
- Gets easily distracted
- Talks excessively
Children might behave in the above ways. Problem occurs when they behave so often.
What happens when behavioural disorders are ignored in children?
Behavioural disorders in children might affect their education and career. Children with behavioural disorders might fail in their school; they might have a problem in holding their job. They can also commit suicide or they might commit crimes.
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