How to deal with a hyperactive child?

A hyperactive child is characterized by restlessness, scattered attention, and behavioral disorders. It is difficult to say exactly what reasons provoke the appearance of this diagnosis in children. Experts say that pathologies during pregnancy, an unfavorable ecological environment, and infectious diseases, injuries at birth, or injuries suffered in early childhood can contribute to its appearance .   A child with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder is impulsive, often distracted, it is difficult for him to do something for a certain time, because of which he gets problems in learning and interaction with other people – parents, peers, teachers. These behavioral manifestations occur at the age of 3 to 5… Read More

Hyperactive child: recommendations for parents, treatment

Advice to parents of a hyperactive child, including medical treatment, should be obtained from a qualified healthcare professional. And it is imperative to get them, since excessive physical activity can cause discomfort for both the baby and his parents. Previously, experts believed that the baby’s hyperactivity was evidence of his minimal mental disorder. However, today, excessive hyperactivity has been singled out as an independent ailment, calling it ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder). ADHD – what is it Children with ADHD suffer from excessive activity, they are restless, easily distracted, impulsive, whiny. Very often, these children are ahead of their peers in intellectual development. The first symptoms of… Read More

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder in Children

The activity and cheerfulness of a child is a normal phenomenon, which indicates that he is healthy and developing as it should be at his age. But some children, in comparison with their peers, are much more active. Previously, they were called fidgets and fidgets, but modern medicine has given a clear scientific definition of such behavior – attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (or ADHD) – and has developed a fairly clear strategy for treating this diagnosis and a number of recommendations for parents of such children.  Symptoms of attention deficit disorder in children In children at an early age, it is quite difficult to determine… Read More

How to relieve an overactive bladder?

An overactive bladder is a disease that is much more common than is commonly thought. About 17% of middle-aged people suffer from this disease. However, only a few are willing to see a doctor with this problem. What should you know about this condition and how can you avoid it? Reasons for the development of an overactive bladder An overactive bladder (OAB) is a pathology characterized by strong and sudden urge to urinate, but is not associated with lower urinary tract infections. Overactive bladder syndrome does not pose a threat to a person’s life, but significantly worsens its quality. Statistics say that both middle-aged… Read More

Disaster kid: how to deal with hyperactivity in children?

Children cannot spend a minute in one place. Is it pampering or hyperactivity? According to research, almost 20% of children today suffer from attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Features of a child: what is attention deficit hyperactivity disorder? Having barely started one thing, the kid leaves him and takes on another. Pours toys out of the box, immediately runs to the kitchen, knocking over a plate of cookies as he runs. Embarrassed, he begins to clean up, but again throws it and runs into the room. As a result, the day turns into a senseless running around. Parents complain that the child constantly drops or breaks something. Well,… Read More

The best and worst foods for hyperactive kids

Hyperactive children are jokingly called “disaster children.” There is so much energy in them that sometimes even a team of adults cannot keep them. But are these children to blame for their restlessness, impulsiveness, forgetfulness and inattention? Doctors and scientists are confident that it is not, and offer effective solutions. A little about ADHD Jennifer Güstra-Kozek is a licensed psychotherapist who treats children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), obsessive- compulsive disorder, and Asperger’s syndrome . And she is the mother of a hyperactive child. As a physician and parent, she prefers a holistic approach to helping children with ADHD.  “There are numerous scientific studies that demonstrate the link between ADHD, anxiety, depression,… Read More

Food Colors Cause Attention Deficit Disorder in Children

The composition of food products often contains many names of dyes that were used in the manufacture of the product. People believe that dyes are not harmful to health. But not so long ago, a discovery was made that revealed a link between food coloring and attention deficit disorder in children, childhood hyperactivity. Foods usually do not indicate how a particular dye might affect a child’s development. A committee of doctors, scientists and consumers voted to have this information on food packaging now so that parents can be aware of the child’s increasing risk of developing ADHD. Studies have shown that not every child… Read More

Overactive bladder: what can you do without pills?

Frequent trips to the toilet, urinary incontinence, a constant feeling of fullness in the bladder are problems with which it is not customary to see a doctor. And it’s completely in vain, because such problems are correctable, but without proper treatment they can rapidly worsen and lead to rather serious consequences. An overactive bladder is a prime example of this. Such a diagnosis significantly reduces a person’s quality of life, restricting his freedom of movement and creating significant discomfort.   Overactive bladder: when to sound the alarm? An overactive bladder (OAB) is a complex of functional disorders of this organ. With the development of this pathology, a… Read More

Hyperactive children: features of development and behavior at school

A variety of children come to school, who differ in the level of training, hobbies, characters and temperaments. Of course, most teachers prefer to work with calm and self-possessed children who will behave well in class and not be too much trouble. However, in almost every team there is an overly nimble and restless child who does not want to stay in one place for a long time and distracts his classmates. What to do with a hyperactive child and can you find an approach to him? How does hyperactivity affect child development? It is worth noting that with the normal development of… Read More

Hyperactivity in children – myths and reality

Hyperactivity in children is not uncommon today. A child with emotional disorders experiences difficulties during communication and learning – it is difficult for him to concentrate on one thing, to sit still, to follow the instructions of adults. Despite the fact that the description of the syndrome of hyperactivity is very clear, often parents replace it with children’s emotionality, mobility, curiosity and restlessness. What should a mother and father be prepared for if specialists diagnose a manifestation of hyperactivity in a child? What myths in this area should not be believed? Answers to these and other questions can be obtained from this article. A… Read More