CONCENTRATION

A range of physiological and psychological factors can cause concentration disorders in children.

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Concentration


A range of physiological and psychological factors can cause concentration disorders in children. Impulsiveness, aggression, learning difficulties and hyperactivity could contribute towards your child’s concentration problem. These are problems that all children face but a chronic situation may hinder your child’s developmental process. Children with Attention disorders can often live through their childhood without being detected. Reprimand and punishments, that most parents often resort to, only makes things a tad bit difficulty. Observe your child closely, as your child’s lack of concentration may be due to psychological and physiological anomalies.

Since the lack of concentration often results in poor performance in school or at home, it may cause unneeded tension for the child and parents alike. If you see your child fidgeting with things way too often without being able to continue one single activity for a considerable amount of time, try to inculcate certain habits that will help boost their concentration. First of all be open and honest with your child. This helps relieve the tension. Subsequently, you could also help set routines for the child which will help the child immensely. A healthy diet and exercise goes a long way too. It is also prudent to monitor and control your child’s use of electronics or television. Be more involved with your child’s homework and educational activities. You could also organize daily activities with set milestones to help your child exercise his or her concentration.

A child with an attention disorder may have reduced or no concentration and it may go unnoticed for a long time. Given the lack of attention and focus, these children may gain a lot from special education curriculums where occupational therapists, behavioral therapists, psychiatrists are also available to have a pragmatic approach to your child’s problem.

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