Autism Symptoms

On March 19, 2010, in Autism Children, Autism Symptoms, by Susi Irawati

What are Autism Symptoms?

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Childhood Autism Symptoms

By Susi Irawati

Autism symptoms are a complex disorder developmental in children, whose symptoms have been floated before the child reaches the age of three. Autism symptoms are usually noticed first by their parents or caregivers. The cause of autism symptoms is a neurobiological disorder that affects brain function in such a way that children are not able to interact and communicate with the outside world effectively. Even though autism symptoms are present at birth, the signs of the disorder can be difficult to diagnose during infancy. Parents become concerned when their kids do not like to play certain games and does not begin to talk. Kids with autism symptoms also seem to do not here. However, at other times, kids with autism symptoms may appear to hear a distant background noise. As a parent, you should be patient in guiding your lovely kid. Point your kids to explore a particular topic or field they love. If it required, we recommend you to send your kids to a special school for the autism symptoms, so they will receive appropriate treatment. This is important because each person with autism symptoms show a different type and intensity one with another.

The most prominent symptom is the attitude of children who tend not to care about the environment and people around him, as if refusing to communicate and interact, as well as live in his own world. Autism children also have difficulty in comprehending the language and communicate verbally. Children with autism symptoms often move in circles, flapping their arms like wings, walking on tiptoe, etc. Autism symptoms vary widely. Many children are hyperactive and aggressive and sometimes hurting themselves, but some are passive. They tend to be very difficult to control his emotions and often crying, laughing or get angry at no apparent reason. In addition, the autism symptoms vary in type, the intensity of autism symptoms also varies, from mild to severe. Because of the many differences between everyone,  so this time is more common developmental disorders known as Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD).

Autism symptoms can happen to anyone, regardless of skin color, socioeconomic status or education. Not all of the Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD) people has a low IQ. Some of them can reach in higher education. Even some of them have a special ability in certain fields like music, mathematics, and drawing. The prevalence of autism symptoms increase from year to year. Autism symptoms occur more frequently in men than in women, with a ratio of 4:1. There has been no explanation why more men are experiencing autism symptoms in comparison to women. However, the most importantly, as parents, we should be optimistic that our children will get better. Do the best for our kids because so far it has lots of successful stories and kids with autism symptoms can live better than before?

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