Most kids exhibit what seems like a behavioral issue at least one point in time. Once in a while, they disobey rules, have tantrums, or become overly active. As they grow up, they can express their feelings and understand rules better, so their behavior gets better, too. If issues still occur persistently or get worse, it could be that your child has a behavioral condition. Below are the common behavioral disorders in children.
What are some of the Common Behavioral Disorders in Children?
Also referred to as ADHD, Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder is a condition where a child has inattention, hyperactivity, or both.
Depending on the more “dominant” behavior, the doctor may categorize their symptoms as predominantly inattentive, predominantly hyperactive, or combined. However, ADHD is dynamic, so your child may have the combined form and become predominantly inattentive.