why child inattention a mental illness

Signs and symptoms 

1. Often can't concentrate on anything. 

2. Cannot be easily absorbed in the work. 

3. It is difficult to make a mistake or follow someone's instructions or do something wrong. 

4. The tendency to work out of recklessness or inclination. 

5. Talking too much and talking in the middle of others. Trying to work too hard, getting too excited and forgetting what you were doing, being restless, and fidgeting even in a calm situation.

What should be done 

1. If you notice that your child is suffering from inattention, consult a skilled child psychiatrist, neurologist, psychologist and pediatrician to diagnose the symptoms. 

2. If the doctor says your child is inattentive, especially if he or she recommends methylphenidate or other medications for the child, or if the doctor does not have significant knowledge of pediatric psychiatry, the doctor may seek alternative treatment, or seek medical advice. You can see it. 

3. Try to get to know your child: his behavior and style, hobbies, skills, and inadequacies. 

There are some children who can do the planned tasks smoothly without any instructions when they are inattentive, while others cannot do anything smoothly if they are under too much control. 

4. Inform yourself and your child about this disease. 

5. Don't punish your child for things he or she can't do.

When to see a doctor 

If your child is overly inattentive and has problems with your child's daily life or at work or at school.


Scientists believe many different genes may increase the risk of schizophrenia, but that no single gene causes the disorder by itself. Now anybody can not possible to use genetic information to predict who will develop schizophrenia.

A head or brain injury could end up giving a person depression who beforehand, didn’t have it. That person may end up having to go to a psychiatrist for treatment, at least in the early days. 

I had to for my depression but these days, 30 years later, I just get my medication from my doctor who has a letter from the treating psychiatrist at the time.I also have epilepsy and epilepsy can cause depression! 

I also know a family in which the mother has “bipolar disorder” and so do her 2 daughters. So in their case, it’s hereditary but, it doesn’t mean that the next generation WILL get it. 

It may skip 1 or 2 generations before it shows up again, so really, you just don’t know.

Mental illnesses are frequently of genetic origin. As an example, if one parent has a mood disorder the children have a 40% chance of having a mood disorder. 

If both parents have a mood disorder there is a 60% chance of the child having a mood disorder. If we look at disorders like Schizophrenia, there is a genetic link but there are also other causal factors frequently related to fetal development.

Eyes - ears - is what passes on- what you see and hear - so if you see shit you get shit - same if your hearing it - especially as a child. 

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