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What are some common signs of attention deficit in children?

Attention is the foundation of all learning, children with good attention, no matter what they do, it is easy to get into the state, do things efficiently, and are not easy to be disturbed by the outside world, while children with poor attention are unable to do anything with their whole heart and soul, and are inefficient and ineffective in learning.
More and more parents suffer from their children’s inability to sit still in class, inattention, small movements, often criticized by the teacher, and decline in academic performance, so attention deficit is a problem that many parents have to face.
What is children’s attention?
Attention, refers to an ability of brain nerve cells when absorbing information. When a person is concentrating on a certain thing, a large amount of information is constantly and rapidly transmitted to the brain center through the nerves via the visual, auditory, and tactile …… sources, and stored in various nerve cells, so that an impression is created.
In learning, this information is rapidly processed and synthesized to form an overall perception, which turns into knowledge. This is the utility of attention. Attention is directly proportional to the efficiency of learning and memory. The more focused the attention, the more effective the learning and the stronger the memory; and vice versa.
What are the common signs of attention deficit?
1、Short attention span in class, often looking around and making small movements, such as playing with pencils, snapping erasers, scratching ears and cheeks.
2、Don’t listen to the teacher’s instructions and can’t observe classroom discipline.
3, often want to talk with the same seat in class, can not concentrate on homework.
4、Writing homework is slow, others can finish the homework in an hour, they have to drag to 3-4 hours.

5, often difficult to do things last, often one thing is not done, and then go to do another thing.
6, do things often do not pay attention to details, often due to carelessness and mistakes.
7, do not like to read books, especially long books often love to read comic books, and enjoy, and their age does not seem to match.
8, collective activities can not follow the rules like others, can not wait, showing impatience.
9, often intentionally avoid or unwilling to engage in tasks that require a longer period of concentration, such as writing homework, and can not complete these tasks on time.
10、Inattentive, distracted, absent-minded, and inefficient in listening to lectures.
11, homework procrastination and dawdling, need parents to supervise and accompany.
12、Easy to be distracted and dazed in class, and do not listen to the teacher in the classroom, small movements are very much.
13、Writing homework time procrastination, and play while writing, and sometimes also copy the wrong questions, sometimes know the answer will also write the wrong.
14, do things when the tiger, usually in the beginning of the time are excited, after a period of time finally feel nothing interesting, not willing to continue, which leads to the child can not do anything.
15, often lose, lose their own items or forget things.
16, and the child to communicate with the child when the child is indifferent, emotions easily impulsive, and control is quite poor.
17, inattentive children’s behavior and psychology are very childish, and will not learn to learn from mistakes.
18, the child’s self-esteem is very low and he or she is indifferent to many things.
As parents, what we need to do is to detect and intervene early! You can give your child a regular attention assessment to keep abreast of your child’s concentration status. Then according to the child’s problems, one by one to detect the attention disorder, so that the child grows up healthily and happily.

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