Attention deficit in children is not an illness that occurs as a result of procedures such as blood tests, x-rays, etc. done in the hospital. Therefore, in order to understand whether your children have attention deficit, you must first observe them well and know the symptoms of attention deficit.

 

  • Losing or Forgetting

 

It is among the symptoms of attention deficit that your children constantly forget something at school, playgrounds or where you go to guesthouse.

 

  • Shiness in Stationary or Effortious Situations

 

For example, while doing his homework, a tiredness occurs in a short time, he wants to stand up and move.

 

  • Irregularity and Imperfection

 

They are irregular and do not pay attention to details. By doing homework, they can skip the letter or write the wrong letter.

 

  • Planlessness

 

They have trouble acting within a certain plan. For example, it is problematic for them to prepare bags for the next day of class.

 

  • Escapism

 

Children with attention deficits often tend to dream.

 

  • Clumsiness

 

Generally, they are clumsy as they are sloppy in their daily activities.

 

  • Problem in Listening

 

They look as if they are not listening because they have a problem with focusing on their opposite.

 

  • ┬áHyperactivity

 

Attention deficit is usually seen with hyperactivity.

 

  • Extreme Mobility

 

He is constantly on the move, providing his hand and foot. He talks a lot and doesn’t like calmness in his games.

 

  • Problems with Self Control

 

They can be impulsive. This is interpreted as being in a hurry, cutting a word while someone is speaking or saying it without thinking about it.