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Oct 12, 2021


Behavioral problems in children cannot be confined to some terminology.It may be more of at raditionalistic or conventionalize approach if we are seeing it as a disease or limiting it to a definition.

It sounds a bit stroppy that if a child is not behaving the way the society wants him to be, he is considered as ill and labelled as a child with “behavioral problems”.

Without understanding the real circumstances and factors, the child who is himself a victim to this situation is often blamed as an offender.It’s important to overcome this blame game and find out a solution that is actually a solution. It’s unfortunate to see modern medicine tranquilizing a hyperactive child in the name of treatment and show the outcome as a calmed down child when he is in a drowsy state. This is not a treatment. It’s just making fool out of us.

What factors may be contributing to child’s behavioral issues

Let’s now see some factors beyond the conventionally mentioned or doctors told causative factors.

Children with so-called “behavior issues” have one thing in common and that is emotional factor.

Every individual in this world is bounded with emotions. Emotions have so many expressions like love, anger, hatred etc. Everyone has his or her own way to prompt this emotion. Sometimes this emotion may become uncontrollable and outburst of feelings may happen. This eruption is actually uncontrolled emotional reaction that may or may not be of liking to our society.This behavior is somewhat is unacceptable to our society and thereby “mentally ill” term crops up.

Problem here is not the emotional outbreak, but the real problem is “comparison”. Different people have different pitch of reactions. Some may go high and some may be subtle. When a person reacts in a subtle way, he is termed as “normal or controlled” and other as a “problematic behavior child or uncontrollable”.

What can be done now to improve the situation?

Well let’s go to basics. Humans evolved to superiority as nature provided conditions favorable to them. Each and every cell of human body has been a contributor to this evolution. Hence,our cell behaves as a unit or a mini factory of nature to run the show. Any change brought about in our cell will definitely have a great impact on our lives. If
the changes are good then it is a progression and if the changes are bad then reversion is required. We need to reset the change to default setting to become normal. This is very similar to default setting button of the mobile or re-installing windows in the virus affected laptop.

To attain the default setting of the cell, something is required that helps to reinstate that equilibrium condition.

Here Dr. Bhavana Jain Agarwal MD (Nidanam Homeopathy) come to your rescue. A seasoned homeopath who understands child’s psychology.Her expertise is in finding a way to meet that lost equilibrium or harmony there by restoring body back to normal.

How this restoration is done

As stated earlier,to keep the body functionality in harmony with nature,it must be tuned back to its original state.Homeopathy believes in the same principle and is able to offer solution in the most apposite way.

Dr. Bhavana has been practicing homeopathy since two decades now and have been able treated more than a thousand of people with bewildering success rate. Homeopathy is a science that helps in making us reach closer to nature. It helps in harmonizing the basic unit of our body.

And boom… this is a disease free condition.

Children respond well to homeopathic treatments. As it is easily acceptable to them. Moreover it has no side effects and no addictive nature as compared to the chemical based medicine.

Dr.Bhavana has successfully treated children with problems officially termed as “behavioral issues”. Below are some of the conditions she has dealt regularly with.

  • Inappropriate actions or emotions under normal circumstances
  • Learning difficulties that are not caused by another health factor
  • Difficulty with interpersonal relationships, including relationships with teachers and peers
  • A general feeling of unhappiness or depression
  • Feelings of fear and anxiety related to personal or school matters
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder
  • Obsessive-compulsive disorder
  • Generalized anxiety disorder
  • Panic disorder
  • Easily getting annoyed or nervous
  • Often appearing angry
  • Putting blame on others
  • Refusing to follow rules or questioning authority
  • Arguing and throwing temper tantrums
  • Having difficulty in handling frustration

If you feel that your kid is facing similar issues, you can consult Dr. Bhavana and get the most suitable remedy for your child.