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Clinical Manifestations of Children with Hyperactivity Disorder

Objective measures did not show that children are exposed to these disorders show more physical activity, when compared with children of normal controls, but the movements they do appear to be less purposeful and they are always uneasy and restless. They have a short attention span, easily distracted and impulsive and they tend to act without considering or contemplating a result of such action.

They have a low tolerance for frustration and emotionally they are people who are unstable and easily aroused. Atmosphere and the feeling of their hearts tend to be neutral or restlessness, they are often in groups, but socially they be rigid. Some of them hostile and negative, but these traits are often secondary to psychosocial problems they experienced. Some other people rely heavily exaggerated, but another to be so free and independent, so it looks reckless.

Emotional difficulties and behaviors are prevalent and usually secondary to negative social influences on their behavior. These children will receive censure and punishment from parents and teachers and social ostracism by people their age. Chronic they fail in their academic tasks, and many of them are not sufficiently coordinated, and quite capable of controlling themselves to be successful in the field of sports. They have an idea of the poor themselves and have a sense of low self-esteem and often depressed. There is a high incidence of learning disabilities to read mathematics, spelling and handwriting. Academic achievement they can fall behind 1-2 years and the truth is less than expected from their intelligence measured.

Pediatric Nurses