Children cried too much will have the risk of ADHD syndrome

Children cried too much will have the risk of ADHD syndrome

Nearly 20% of the babies with signs like crying constantly, along with the issues of sleep and feeding occurs in the first year. Most of these symptoms can be improved even more when the kids to kindergarten. According to a recent study, babies that cry too much, trouble sleeping, difficulty eating can lead to increased risk of behavioral problems in childhood. These can be the ADHD syndrome also.

Nearly 20% of the babies with signs like crying constantly, along with the issues of sleep and feeding occurs in the first year. Most of these symptoms can be improved even more when the kids to kindergarten.

Children cried too much will have the risk of ADHD syndrome

Children cried too much will have the risk of ADHD syndrome

Based on the results from 22 different studies, with 1.935 infants and young children, researchers have recognized the link between these elements: intense crying after the first 3 months of life, the problems of sleep, eating and behavior disorders while growing. Every 5 children have this expression does a baby can lead to this disease.

Research indicates that if the child is at least 2 in 3 factors on the risk of experiencing mental health problems such as ADHD, anxiety, depression, aggressive behavior, increased to 100%. If combining all three factors, the risk of children with symptoms of mental later doubled.

This research was conducted by scientists at the Basel University and appeared online in Archives of Disease in Childhood.

ADHD is one of the most common mental disorders that develop in children. Children with ADHD may have impaired the function of communication in the home, at school, and in the relationship with society.

According to statistics, there are currently about 3-5% of children with ADHD risk, of which males constitute a higher proportion of females. Children with ADHD suffer from if not treated can have long-term effects on later in adolescence and adulthood.

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    May 10, 2016