All children can be playful, aggressive and inconsiderate at times and this is normal. However, some children exhibit more complex and difficult behaviours than normal for their age.
These problems can result from temporary stress in the child’s life or from a permanent illness. The most common behavioural disorders include Oppositional Deficit Disorder (ODD), Conduct Disorder (CD), and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Boys are more likely to engage in bad behaviour than girls.
Treatment options include parenting education, and cognitive behavioural therapy, whereas homoeopathic behavioural problem treatments are more preferred than the others.
Behaviour problems can have many symptoms, including but not limited to the following:
Alcohol or drug use
Lack of attention
Apathy or withdrawal from day-to-day life
Lack of emotions
Excessive thinking and disruptive talking
Self-esteem or over-confidence
Judgmental mood disorder
Behavioural problems often present differently for boys and girls. For example, boys with behavioural problems may fight, steal or destroy things. Girls with behavior problems may cheat or run away from home. Both have a higher risk of drug and alcohol abuse.
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Behaviour problems have many causes. Behavior problem may be caused by a life or family situation. A person may experience conflict within the family, struggle with poverty, experience anxiety, or a death in the family. Aging can also lead to dementia, which can affect a person’s behaviour.
|Pregnancy and childbirth||Difficult pregnancies, premature births, and weak births can lead to behavioral problems in children in later life.|
|Temperament||Children who are difficult to control, irritable, or aggressive from an early age are more likely to develop bad behavior later in life.|
|Family Life||Dysfunctional families have an impact on behavior. For example, children in families with domestic violence, poverty, poor parenting or substance abuse problems are at higher risk.|
|Learning Disabilities||Reading and writing problems are often associated with behavioral problems.|
|Intellectual Disability||Children with intellectual disabilities are twice as likely to engage in destructive behavior.|
|Brain Development||Studies show that the brain region that controls attention is less active in children with ADHD.|
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Behavior problems may be caused by a life or family situation. A person may experience conflict within the family, struggle with poverty, experience anxiety, or a death in the family.
Aging can also lead to dementia, which can affect a person’s behavior.
While mental illness is a behavior disorder, not all behavior problems are mental illness. Behavioral health is an umbrella term that includes mental health. Along with mental illness or illness, internal mental or physical disorders are also associated.
If a child’s behavior consistently causes serious problems at home, at school, or with friends, they may be diagnosed with Irregular Conduct Disorder (IDD). IDD usually begins before age 8, but not after age 12.