Emotional Factors In Addition To ADHD

Signs and symptoms of ADHD are clear and specific, however, other factors that association with hyperactive behavior and distraction. Such factors are emotional in nature. Do not forget that children, teenagers and even adults who suffer, are subject to different competitive pressures that society will demand. Therefore, the emotional factor is also an aspect that must be addressed to treat this disorder. It should be stressed that not necessarily all emotional states, which are mentioned below must be submitted in one person.

Recall that the signs and symptoms of it, take place within a specific personality. Within the emotional states that are seen in attention deficit there are some that stand out more than others, such as: depression was somatization: frequent headaches, dizziness, sleep too much and feel tired most of the time. They prefer solitude to join activities in groups and socialize. Apathy: low energy and desire to make activities. Sadness and excessive sensitivity. Isolation. Difficulty in performing schoolwork.

Increased hyperactivity. Intolerance and angry outbursts. Eager components does not stand still. Constantly biting pencils, clothing or nails frequent and recurring fears. Nightmares and frequent awakenings. Refusal to go to school. Difficulty concentrating. They become nervous and apprehensive. The consequences of living in a state of depression or anxiety are mixed. On the one hand, a greater increase in symptoms that distinguish ADHD: inattention, impulsivity and hyperactivity. In addition to the personality that is under construction in children and adolescents was significantly impaired as compared to the frustration of failure at school, may feel ill-suited as a person.