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Old 07-14-2011, 12:23 AM
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Question More Crying Infants’ Leads To Become A “Problem Child”, What Parents Should Do?

Scientists believe that those infants/ children who cry a lot and face the problems of insufficient intake of sleep and food, there is a fair chance of attitude problems in their upcoming years of life. A research pertaining to diseases in children publishes that one in every five children has such like symptoms which caused them to have ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder). A child specialist while commenting on this research has advised the parents not be get over-worried as it is a common thing that babies cry, usually some babies starts to cry more after the age of three months and the reasons can be variant. Parents should not be in a hurry to run after the doctors.

According to a report of comparative analysis of 22 studies conducted from 1987-2006, there is a strong correlation between the above mentioned situations and the problems that children faces in upcoming years of their lives. The prominent factors taken in consideration in most of these 22 studiers were, ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder), Depression, Dysphasia, and fair chances of aggressive attitude. According to a research those babies/ children who have more than one factor of the above shows more of their attitude problems.

Prof Dieter Wolke from University of Warwick, UK says that excessive crying, diet problems and insufficient sleep causes to increase the attitude problems to 100%, he further says that if parents act wisely to reach some solution on the issues of attitude of their children then it can be very useful for the good heath of the child. If a child act indifferent to others, parents must consult a health expert or a midwife.

These studies invites us to feel that if we gets able to identify the reasons in the beginning which are causing our child’s sleep, diet, attitude indifferent to normality then the chances of betterment are very much there.
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Old 07-14-2011, 05:57 AM
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Childcare providers figured this out about 5-10 years ago....

Great article, Thanks!!!
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Old 07-14-2011, 06:37 AM
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Ughhh Hughhh

That's what I'm sayin.

Kinda sad that we have to STUDY it to know it.

We need to start looking at "The prominent factors taken in consideration in most of these 22 studiers were, ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder), Depression, Dysphasia, and fair chances of aggressive attitude" not as something that happened TO the child (by luck and genetics) but something WE did to the child that has these outcomes.

If we recognize that we can care for them in a way that markedly diminishes the odds of these outcomes then the research is really valuable. The only thing I would add is poor exercise and lack of supervision/discipline to diet problems and insufficient sleep.

They all go hand in hand though... it's a continuum of good care in core areas.
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