Difficulty Communicating In A 4 Year Old Child Accompanied By Difficulty Focusing And Irritability?
I have a younger brother around 4 years old. He is very difficult to communicate, hyperactive, hard to focus, angry if his desire is not fulfilled. I wonder why?,
hello, thanks for the question ..
according to the complaints / symptoms your sister is experiencing, some of the possible conditions are:
1. ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder). is a disorder of concentration of attention and hyperactivity that often occurs in children to adults. symptoms in the form of children tend to be silent and always agitated, always moving / very active, difficult to obey directions / commands, tend to be careless / lack understanding of danger, talk constantly, impatient and often angry.
2. Autism. associated with disorders of brain development that result in impaired behavior, communicating and interacting with other people. symptoms in the form of not responding / not caring about the circumstances, difficult to start or continue the conversation, like to be alone, difficult to establish relationships with others and avoid eye contact, often repeating words but not understood the meaning, tend not to understand simple questions / instructions.
3. mood disorders. is a psychiatric problem associated with depression. symptoms can be in the form of psychomotor agitation (motor anxiety and hyperactivity related to tension or anxiety), avoiding contact / relationships with other people, emotional instability.
to find out exactly the situation that your sister is experiencing and if complaints increasingly interfere with the life of your sister and those around her, you should take your sister to consult a pediatrician and also a psychiatrist or psychologist. The doctor will conduct interviews, physical and psychological examinations, and provide solutions and treatments that are appropriate for your sister. while what you can do is invite and accustom your younger siblings to be more sensitive to their surroundings (helping poor people), invite them to share stories, involve your younger siblings in daily activities (playing or farming), and tell family members who others help respond to your sister's situation well.
that's all, hope it helps ..