Does your child have an attention disorder?

Almost all par­ents com­plain about the inat­ten­tion of their chil­dren. In many cas­es, the cause of absent-mind­ed­ness is bore­dom, lack of inter­est in a child to per­form a par­tic­u­lar task, over­work. Inabil­i­ty to con­cen­trate, lack of con­cen­tra­tion, rest­less­ness can also be the result of the child’s inher­ent exces­sive activ­i­ty.

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Answer the test ques­tions and find out if your child can be called hyper­ac­tive and if you need to adjust your par­ent­ing meth­ods so that your fid­get grows up hap­py and suc­cess­ful.

  • The baby is con­stant­ly on the move, is it dif­fi­cult for him to sit in one place for a long time?
  • Does he “not close his mouth”, does he talk a lot, inter­rupts with­out lis­ten­ing to oth­ers, inter­feres in con­ver­sa­tions?
  • Patience — what he lacks the most?
  • Even the most insignif­i­cant irri­tant eas­i­ly diverts his atten­tion from the task at hand?
  • When you try to tell or explain some­thing to him, does he lis­ten, but does not hear?
  • Is it dif­fi­cult for him to con­cen­trate on com­plet­ing one task, so he often makes ran­dom mis­takes due to inat­ten­tion?
  • Is it dif­fi­cult for a child to con­trol his emo­tions, does he often act impul­sive­ly, with­out think­ing about the con­se­quences of his actions?
  • Often becomes the ini­tia­tor and insti­ga­tor of con­flict sit­u­a­tions in the fam­i­ly, kinder­garten, school?

If you answered “yes” to 3 or more ques­tions, there is a very high chance that your hur­ri­cane child is one of the chil­dren with insuf­fi­cient atten­tion and hyper­ac­tiv­i­ty. Take note of the fol­low­ing help­ful tips. They will help you cor­rect your child’s behav­ior, avoid unnec­es­sary stress and raise a hap­py and har­mo­nious per­son­al­i­ty!

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  1. Make a clear dai­ly rou­tine and stick to it.
  2. Give the child only one task for a cer­tain peri­od of time so that he can com­plete it.
  3. Do not let the child over­work, as this can lead to a decrease in self-con­trol and an increase in exces­sive activ­i­ty.
  4. Did the kid man­age to con­cen­trate on com­plet­ing a task? Be sure to com­pli­ment him!
  5. Avoid crowd­ed places as much as pos­si­ble. This can lead to hyper­ac­tiv­i­ty.
  6. Find out what real­ly inter­ests the baby, what activ­i­ty gives him joy. It is to this activ­i­ty that you direct your ener­gy.
  7. Get rid of neg­a­tive think­ing. Only pos­i­tive emo­tions! Even at moments when it seems that it is no longer pos­si­ble to endure the antics of “this tomboy”.
  8. Go see a psy­chol­o­gist for a con­sul­ta­tion. Some­times a child needs a course of psy­cho­log­i­cal and med­ical behav­ior cor­rec­tion.

Parents take note!

The nat­ur­al Ger­man drug Kindi­norm N can help with inat­ten­tion and hyper­ac­tiv­i­ty.

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It is indi­cat­ed for the cor­rec­tion of motor and behav­ioral dis­or­ders, accom­pa­nied by impaired con­cen­tra­tion, rest­less­ness, anx­i­ety, inabil­i­ty to per­form tasks, rest­less­ness, irri­tabil­i­ty, excitabil­i­ty, sleep dis­or­ders and a state of gen­er­al weak­ness. Kindi­norm H has a gen­er­al strength­en­ing and calm­ing effect on the ner­vous sys­tem, with­out being a psy­chotrop­ic agent. Kindi­norm H is approved for use in chil­dren from 1 year old and ado­les­cents.

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