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Hyperactivity symptoms

What are the mains symptoms of child hyperactivity syndrome?

Child hyperactivity is a condition in which perception can be subjective, and therefore must be detected by a third expert party, usually the teacher, psychologist, pediatrician or physician.

The main symptoms of child hyperactivity syndrome are:

Hyperactivity
  • Impulsivity to speak, interrupting conversations

  • Answering questions before being put away.

  • Impatience or anxious behavior.

  • Inattention

  • School failure

  • Problems of adaptation to school, college or work.

  • Increased difficulty in making friends.

  • Low selfesteem

  • Learning disorders (e.g. dyslexia)

  • Do not pay attention, “daydreaming”

  • Forgetfulness, forget everyday tasks.

  • They neglect the presentation of the work and / or reading comprehension mistakes due to a frequent inattention.

  • Easily distracted even when you make games or activities they enjoy.

  • Forget the lost objects.

  • Difficulty ongoing mental activities: math, reading, writing exercises, etc..

  • Difficulty to do homework and achieve the school tasks daily.

  • Disobedience and difficulty following instructions or rules (e.g. a game).

  • Disruptive behavior may occur, challenging or aggressive in some cases, and being involved in fights (teenagers).

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