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When the school start syndrome strikes, what should parents do?

Time:2023-03-28 01:30:06 author:Emergency treatment Read:882次
When the school start syndrome strikes, what should parents do?

The school start syndrome is actually also called school start anxiety disorder. It is a non-organic pathological manifestation that children obviously do not adapt to the study and life of the new semester before school starts after the holiday. Physiologically, it is manifested as insomnia, lethargy, loss of appetite, etc. Psychologically, it is manifested as weariness, anxiety, mind wandering in class, emotional instability, etc. So as parents, how should we deal with children who are negative and tired of studying? 1. Adjusting the biological clock During the holidays, many students go to bed late and get up late, and their biological clocks are disordered. They must be adjusted before the start of school. The formation of a good law of life is affected by the overpayment of homework and driving at night. After getting up in the morning, do proper physical exercise to ensure strong energy after school starts. 2. Shifting attention Before the start of school, students are often unsatisfied with TV programs and games. At this time, students should take the initiative to restrain themselves, turn their attention to learning, check which homework needs to be improved and which knowledge is still vague, and ask classmates in time. and teacher. 3. Review the old and learn the new Students must first arrange time to "review the old and learn the new". Awaken the memory stored in the brain through review; make a feasible study plan in advance to preview the new semester knowledge. Through the preview, you can have a preliminary understanding of the content you will learn, so that you can listen to the class with focus and purpose, learn the correct way of thinking, and take notes on the key knowledge points and knowledge structure in the text. 4. Cultivating independent self-awareness Parents should gradually cultivate their children's independent self-awareness, learn to think for themselves, and at the same time guide their children to communicate with people around them, so that children are willing to express their opinions and ideas, and release unpleasant feelings in time. mood. There is another situation where parents need to be extra vigilant. If the child has the following symptoms (3 or more) for two weeks, then the child is likely to suffer from childhood and adolescent affective disorder and needs to be consulted and treated as soon as possible. General symptoms of affective disorder in children and adolescents include: 1. Sadness, depression, irritability, anger, or heightened emotions that appear to be more intense than the child usually feels, last longer, or occur more frequently Including the following behaviors: Abnormal increase or decrease in motor behavior and speech activities; Long-term stupor, imitation, stereotype, grimace and other abnormal behaviors; Uncontrollable repetitive movements; Accompanied by hallucinations, delusions, irritability, anxiety, depression, etc. Manifestations; Accompanied by inattention, memory loss, forgetfulness and other symptoms; Accompanied by symptoms such as increased muscle tone and limb paralysis; Other severe, persistent or progressive symptoms and signs. 3. Lack of motivation or fun in previously enjoyed activities, not wanting to do anything 4. Changes in sleeping or eating patterns or weight 5. Frequent physical symptoms such as headaches, stomach pains or fatigue 6. Loss of energy or fatigue7 . Difficulty learning at school 8. Worthlessness, guilt or low self-esteem 9. Thinking or speaking quickly 10. Rebellious or high-risk behavior (eg, being tired of school, skipping classes, contradicting parents) 11. Threats of running away or running away from home 12. Difficulty communicating with friends and peers 13. Expressing suicidal thoughts Once the child has the above symptoms, parents should stop taking chances, thinking that the child will be fine after a while, and the emotional disorder of children and adolescents will bring difficulties to the child’s studies and life. Imaginary serious consequences, if not done early intervention, is likely to affect the child's life. Children's psychological problems, weariness, negativity, and confrontation with parents are only superficial phenomena. If the disease is allowed to develop, the children may develop psychological disorders, mental disorders and even anti-social personality in the later stage, which is really distressing. Early diagnosis and early treatment are the best ways to save children and adolescents with emotional disorders. If the child has related symptoms, please take the child to the psychiatry or psychology department of the hospital immediately. Every year when the school starts, the Department of Psychiatry and Mental Health of our hospital will receive a large number of adolescents with psychological and emotional disorders. Children with adolescent emotional disorders have started a healthier and more colorful life after receiving professional treatment in our hospital.


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