In some cases, the person needs to calm and organize a hyperactive system, and in others, the person has to get stimulation for a hypoactive system.
However it is the mode in which a child plays alone-in an overly boisterous, hyperactive manner-that seems to provide the marker for potential acting out problems later.
Activity level will vary with species, but of course, you want to avoid the runt that cowers in the corner, as well as the hyperactive one of the bunch.
He's a hyperactive and disruptive influence whose unpredictable actions make for good storytelling and contribute to the shows nostalgic appeal.
Another popularly held misconception about food and AD/HD is that the consumption of sugar causes the hyperactive behavior in an AD/HD child.
Children are particularly likely to become rejected if they show a wide range of conduct problems, including disruptive, hyperactive, and disagreeable behaviors in addition to physical aggression.
The high levels of IgE in the blood of AD patients are produced by hyperactive T helper 2 cells reacting against antigens in the environment.
Bipolar children are easily distracted, impulsive, and hyperactive, which can lead to a misdiagnosis of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
The disorder is closely related to attention deficit disorder (ADD), with the additional symptoms of impulsiveness and hyperactive behavior.
In addition, aggressive children are more likely to be rejected if they are hyperactive, immature, and lacking in positive social skills.