What is the Meaning of: Hyperactivity | Concept and Definition of: Hyperactivity


Meanings, definitions, concepts of daily use

Hyperactivity is characterized by an excess of business conduct. The term is used to refer to the alteration of the behaviour of the child who is unable to keep quiet.
Hyperactivity is a continuous state of activity and movement, including during sleep. It is one of the most recurring conduct alterations in childhood. Among the symptoms of hyperactivity, we will retain the fact of running from one side to the other of excessive, climb furniture, plenty of movement and inability to sit.
Hyperactive children have great potential for energy, reason why parents must bring the necessary means so that this energy is channeled and developed a profitable and beneficial way.
According specialists, about 40% of children suffering from this behavioral disorder feel difficulties in learning. This is the reason why these children are likely to leave school too early (once teenagers) if they are not treated in time.
Furthermore, approximately 50% of these children have associated psychiatric impairment, such as problems with anxiety, phobias, depression, or low considers self.
It is worth mentioning that the Deficit of Attention with hyperactivity (ADHD) disorder is a syndrome of behavior which has a neurobiological basis and an important genetic component. People who have this disorder show a moderate distraction to severe, with short periods of attention, driving anxiety, emotional instability and impulsive lines.
Given its biological base, the symptoms of ADHD are treated with pharmacological treatment of stimulants and substances such as caffeine and nicotine.
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