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ADHD Aggression - How to Raise a Happier Calmer Child

Have you ever wondered why ADHD aggression seems to be an integral part of ADHD behaviour? The answer is that they are trying to cope with an imbalance in their brain chemicals. They do not possess the same amount of chemicals, which can help us control our tempers and allow us to stop and think before behaving impulsively. It is exactly the same with ADHD aggression.

This aggression can take many forms from getting into fights with peers and or siblings. There may be more temper tantrums that is normal and also violent behaviour such as kicking furniture and so on.

The best way of dealing with ADHD impulsive aggression and learning how to raise a happier calmer child, is through ADHD behaviour therapy. This is nothing more than sensible parenting skills and techniques as Dr. William Pelham of University of Buffalo tells us. He is regarded as one of the leading experts now on ADHD and his advice is in great demand.

This basically means establishing a set of rules and routines for both behaviour and routines. There is a structure to all this, which ADHD children like and they are also clear on what rewards and consequences are in place. There are lists set up about how to get ready for school, behaviour charts with points awarded on the fridge door and everybody in the family is signed up to all this.

Sometimes ADHD aggression can come about because a child has been interrupted at his favourite game. This happens because that minor incident starts a whole chain of chemical reactions in the child's brain, over, which he has little or no control. Reacting with logical, reasoned and calm behaviour is simply beyond the child's capabilities.

Other signs of ADHD impulsive aggression are when the child will lash out and hit anything or anyone in his path. There may be uncontrollable rages accompanied by bad language full of insults. . Behaviour therapy is one way to lessen the effects of ADHD aggression but also other measures can be taken. Sometimes, psycho stimulants actually cause an increase in aggression so a different type of medication should be considered. Any sugary snacks, which tend to hype up children should be avoided as there will be mood swings and that does not help at all.



The best alternative is to try ADHD homeopathic remedies because they are effective in calming children and helping them to be less aggressive and impulsive. There are no side effects or health risks either.

Now that we know that ADHD aggression can be successfully controlled, why not click through and discover exactly how this can be achieved.

About the author: Tired of unhappy, whining, badly behaved children? Discover how a better understanding of ADHD aggression can turn your child around. Experts now tell us that child behaviour programs combined with a natural treatment for ADHD is by far the most effective ADHD treatment.
 
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