What is hyperactivity?
Hyperactivity is a state in which a person is unusually or abnormally active. It’s difficult to manage for people around the person who’s hyperactive. People experiencing hyperactivity may become anxious or depressed.
Hyperactivity in Kids:
Most of the kids are very active. Some kids just can’t keep still. They’re forever grabbing things, talking, or running even after they’re told to stop. They’re not just active but more than that. Experts would describe them as hyperactive.
People see hyperactive kids and usually make judgments. They start thinking it’s a discipline problem or that a child’s just being rude. But such judgements are not true.
Let us learn more about hyperactivity in kids.
Hyperactive kids are different from normal kids and in most of the cases they show the following mentioned characteristics:
- Constant Movement
- Aggressive Behaviour
- Impulsive Behaviour
- Being Easily Distracted
If you notice such behavioural issues in your child, try to deal with your child in a calm manner. Support him emotionally and spend more time with him. If you think such remedies are not working, speak with your doctor. Your doctor will ask about symptoms and everything about your child, including when they began. They’ll ask about recent changes in your overall health. Try to answer these questions carefully because this will help your doctor determine the type of hyperactivity your child is experiencing.
A word from SuperActive Kids:
Hyperactivity can be hard on the parents. One important thing that you can do make your child not feel bad and separated. Show unconditional love to your child because hyperactivity gets better with time and support.