Avoid going to School

Avoid going to school was about 5% of all school-age children and affects girls and boys equally. Children are sensitive to the possibility of wrong behavior frightened by a strict teacher or nagging. Young children tend to be malingering or making excuses to avoid school. The child may complain of abdominal pain, nausea, or other symptoms that give reason to stay home. Some children refuse to go directly to the school. As an alternative, the child can go to school without difficulty but become agitated or experiencing various symptoms during study hours, often frequently to the infirmary. Avoidance of school tends to lead to poor academic performance, difficulties in the family, and difficulties with peers. A child who avoids school must immediately return to school, so she does not miss school work. If avoidance is so intense school-related activities and the child if the child does not respond to simple persuasion by parents or teachers, submit to a psychologist or psychiatrist probably help.
Every child handles stress differently. Certain behaviors that help children deal with stress include thumb sucking, nail biting, and, sometimes, hitting his head.
Thumb sucking (or sucking a pacifier) is a normal part of early childhood, and most children stop at the time they are 1 or 2 years, but sometimes goes to their school age. Sometimes the thumb sucking is normal in times of stress, but the habit of sucking past the age of about 5 years can change the shape of the palate, causing changes in the line of the teeth, and make harassed by other children. Sometimes thumb prolonged basis could be a sign of emotional disturbance.
Every child immediately stopped sucking his thumb. Parents should be prevented only if their child's dentist advised them as well, or if they feel their child's thumb sucking is socially unhealthy. Parents need to gently encourage the child to understand why it is good to stop. Once the child indicates a willingness to stop, gentle good start. This could be followed by a symbolic award mounted directly on the thumb, such as colored bands, polished fingernails, or draw a star with a dye that contains no toxins, if necessary, additional tools, such as a plastic shield around the thumb, elbow splint overnight to prevent a child from bending, or 'paint' your thumb with a bitter substances could be used. Nail biting is a common problem in young children. Habits are usually lost when the child gets older, but usually associated with stress and anxiety. Children who are motivated to quit can be taught to substitute with other habits (eg, twirling a pencil).
Hitting his head and swung his head rhythmically is common among healthy young children. It reminds parents, the child is not in issue and actually gain comfort from these activities.
Children usually are often rocked his body, rolled, and hit his head between the ages of 18 months to 2 years, but the action is repetitive sometimes still occur in older children and adolescents.
Children with autism and certain other developmental problems can also bang their head.

Treatment should include communication between parents and school personnel, diligent attendance at school, and sometimes include the family and child therapy with a psychologist. Therapy includes treatment that is based on the same cause behavioral techniques for coping with stress at school.

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