Temper Tantrum

Temper tantrum child

Last Updated August 26th, 2019

Temper tantrums can be defined as the emotional outbursts of a toddler or an adult. This is generally seen when any of the needs are not met appropriately. These are generally noticed in young children when they do not exactly know how to express their requirements and end up getting frustrated
Preventing them would be the best way forward. If the child is stressed, it can cause an outburst of temper tantrums. Staying calm can help reduce outburst. Distracting the child with another topic is helpful. Avoid fulfilling the demands as it just encourages the child to become more stubborn. A time-out is also considered a better choice.
Temper tantrums can last anywhere from few minutes to hours depending on how to handle the situation. Even a healthy child can have a temper tantrum that can last for up to an hour. Most probably the next temper tantrum would generally last only few seconds to a minute. People who have regular temper tantrums can have them for around 20 to 30 minutes long.
Temper tantrums may be quite common among children, but there are few red flags that needs to be addressed and these include aggression towards the caregiver who is taking care of the child, causing self injuries, frequent temper tantrums, tantrums that last for a very long time, and inability to calm down after a temper tantrum. All these behaviours need to be addressed with your child’s doctor in detail.

Overview of temper tantrum

A number of behavioral changes occur in the developing years of a child. These changes mark the milestones in the toddler’s mental growth and development. The most common behavioral change that takes place in this period is “Temper Tantrum”. It can begin as early as a few months to 2-3 years of age. Statistics show that nearly 23-83% of children between the age of 2-4 years exhibit episodes of a temper tantrum.  Development of behavioral pattern and etiquettes is mandatory on the part of the parents in order to regulate these symptoms.

What is temper tantrum?

Temper tantrum yellingTemper tantrum comprises of a series of behavioral problems that occur in and infants mainly in their growing stage. The common manifestations are shouting, crying, screaming, rolling on the floor, kicking and holding breath for a long time. These outbursts are the “exhibitionistic” manifestations of these children when they desperately seek attention. The tantrum episodes are more common when the children are prevented from doing, saying or touching something. It may also occur when they do not get something (a toy or some other attractive object) even after demanding repeatedly. These kinds of tantrums result from the presence of excessive energy but the inadequacy of speech to communicate the demands.

The peak age of temper tantrums is usually 2-4 years. Typically the children exhibit temper tantrums with a particular person (mostly the parents) and at a particular place. But some children may exhibit these tantrums in public places in order to seek more attention, thinking that it might meet their demands.

What causes temper tantrum?

Temper tantrum arises from several factors. The most common factors are as follows-

  • Mental irritation and agitation when the people around cannot understand or are not listening to what the child is trying to convey.
  • Confusion in the child’s mind when he/she cannot understand what the others (especially the parents) are trying to say.
  • Lack of words to fully express the feelings and demands (occurs in infants less than1-year-old)
  • Irritation aroused due to the inability to solve different problems on their own
  • Anger and stubbornness when people discourage the child from different activities (such as touching objects, putting a finger or placing objects inside the mouth)
  • The child may have medical illnesses (like stomach ache, ear ache) but cannot convey what is wrong
  • The child may be hungry and may not be able to express it properly
  • Tiredness and sleeplessness
  • Anxiety, discomfort or unexplained fear
  • Troubled environment at home
  • Jealousy and insecurity when a child finds his/her sibling or another child of the smae age is getting more attention
  • Inability to perform activities they see people doing such as running, climbing stairs, making electronic toys work etc
  • Tendency to imitate a family member or other people (say babysitter) who has exhibits temper tantrums
  • Inherited behavioural traits
  • Overstimulation due to activity and excitement
  • Hearing the word “no” repeatedly from the parents
  • Disruption of normal routines such as timely feeding, bathing and sleeping
  • Continuously forcing a child to do something he/she is not willing to
  • The child may feel neglected and seek unnecessary attention
  • Certain developmental phenomenon like “teething”
  • Criticising or accusing a child repeatedly in front of outsiders
  • Teasing or irritation (at times abuse) caused by some unknown person

What are the common symptoms of temper tantrum?

Temper tantrum girlTemper tantrum is a very common occurrence in pre-school children. The parents must have knowledge of the following symptoms-

  • Shouting, crying and screaming
  • Banging head against a wall or some other hard surface
  • Kicking and biting unexplainably
  • Rolling on the floor
  • Stamping foot on the ground
  • Pounding fists on a surface
  • Running around in a certain space
  • Holding breath for a long time
  • Throwing away objects that are present nearby
  • Breaking things and stamping on them
  • Hitting a person or a pet animal
  • Pulling hair and making unusual faces
  • Resistive behaviour when someone tries to show affection or console
  • Stubborn attitude
  • Injurious behaviours (to others or to oneself)
  • Vomiting (occurs after long hours of tantrum)

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How do temper tantrums develop?

Temper tantrums grow progressively according to the stage of development of the child. The following stages are usually observed-

Stage I: This stage marks the onset of the first temper tantrum episodes. This stage usually starts between 12-15 months. During this time, the child starts growing feelings and emotions. It knows how to express demands. It points fingers at objects it needs and starts crying and shouting when it is not allowed to access those items. The child shows stubbornness and an extremely resistive attitude when someone tries to divert his/her attention to something else. Many children exhibit patterns like rolling on the floor, clinging to a person, being rigid and stiff, and yelling continuously.

Stage II: It is the peak period of tantrums. It occurs between the ages of 18-36 years. The parents and the school teachers observe a noticeable increase in the intensity of tantrums. The children tend to throw themselves on the ground, break objects, bite other people (mainly their friends or siblings) and frighten the elders by holding their breath. Many of these children exhibit self-abrasive behaviour as well.

Stage III: This stage usually starts after the age of 3. In this stage, the children develop words and expressions properly. The tantrums usually dissipate since the child can clearly express his/her needs. But in many cases, children tend to retain the past habits, if they strongly believe that throwing tantrums is the only means of getting what they want.

Management

Temper tantrum childThe following techniques and strategies will help you manage and prevent temper tantrum episodes:

  • Be careful of the situations and triggers that can very likely cause a temper tantrum episode. Don’t let the child live through erratic schedules or abrupt changes in daily routine.
  • Keep your child occupied with toys and similar items while you attend to other chores.
  • Make sure that the child is getting the required amount of sleep and rest every day.
  • While it is easy to give in to the temper tantrum of the child, it is neither effective nor advisable in the longer run. In order to calm your child, you must yourself first learn how to act and behave calmly during the tantrum episodes.
  • Refrain from resorting to spanking or physically hitting the child when the child is throwing a tantrum.
  • In many cases, tantrums are thrown as a way to gain attention from parent/s. Be clear and strict with the child explaining him/her why such a behavior is undesirable.
  • Try to keep your child well-fed and well-rested. Hunger and fatigue are the two biggest triggers of temper tantrums.

Facts

  • Temper tantrums are most commonly found among kids within the age group of 2-4 years.
  • These are considered as a normal part of growing up. These are caused by need for independence coupled with cognitive immaturity, both of which are normal for kids this age.

Facts

  • The prevalence of temper tantrums varies from 23% to 85% among toddlers.
  • At this age, the receptive language is more than a 1000 words but the expressive language is hardly 150-200 words.

Facts

  • Temper tantrums follow a set pattern. This starts with yelling and screaming, transitions into throwing of objects, and is followed by crying and whining.

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Temper tantrums can be defined as the emotional outbursts of a toddler or an adult. This is generally seen when any of the needs are not met appropriately. These are generally noticed in young children when they do not exactly know how to express their requirements and end up getting frustrated
Preventing them would be the best way forward. If the child is stressed, it can cause an outburst of temper tantrums. Staying calm can help reduce outburst. Distracting the child with another topic is helpful. Avoid fulfilling the demands as it just encourages the child to become more stubborn. A time-out is also considered a better choice.
Temper tantrums can last anywhere from few minutes to hours depending on how to handle the situation. Even a healthy child can have a temper tantrum that can last for up to an hour. Most probably the next temper tantrum would generally last only few seconds to a minute. People who have regular temper tantrums can have them for around 20 to 30 minutes long.
Temper tantrums may be quite common among children, but there are few red flags that needs to be addressed and these include aggression towards the caregiver who is taking care of the child, causing self injuries, frequent temper tantrums, tantrums that last for a very long time, and inability to calm down after a temper tantrum. All these behaviours need to be addressed with your child’s doctor in detail.

 

Dos and Don'ts

Dos
  • Maintain your calm during the temper tantrum episodes and try to ignore them as much as possible.
  • Instead of arguing or reasoning with the child amidst a tantrum episode, give short and strict commands such as “go to your room”.
  • Try to distract the child. It is effective as children have a minimum attention span and it will help you controlling the tantrum episode.
Don'ts
  • Give in readily to the demands of the child. If the child sees you forming this behavior, he/she might end up throwing temper tantrums every now and then.
  • Push your child’s physical and mental limits. Don’t take them for long journeys or give them complicated toys to play with. This will make them more restless.
  • Resort to bribing or overreacting when your child throws a temper tantrum.

 

 

 

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Spirulina: Battle diabetes and cholesterol with this blue-green algae Spirulina, a species of salt water algae, has now become a billion dollar industry. How you can use…
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Low carb diet : Go high on fats and low on carbs for a leaner body! Did you know that sugar is the new fat? Going low on carbs and high on fats &…
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Rising mercury and your health: How Global Warming is damaging your body Don't ignore the rising temperature. Global warming causes more than just heat strokes. It could be a lot…
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Biotin: One-stop-shop for shiny hair and an active body! What is common to bananas, eggs, sweet potatoes, and liver? These are delicious and rich in biotin ;…
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Kale: With more iron than beef, this superfood is the ultimate way to lose weight Checkmate meat-eaters; with kale, vegans now have the ultimate iron-rich superfood as their ally that can protect from…
Green, brown, & bitter: The instant advantages of including fenugreek in your diet Did you know the earliest usage of fenugreek can be traced back to the Egyptian civilization? Find out…
Love tea, hate tannins? Rooibos tea is just what you need The market is brimming with a multitude of herbal teas. But what makes rooibos tea (or red bush)…
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Amnesia: It’s not just a blow on the head that can erase your memory Amnesia, a condition popularized by many a tv shows, is a condition of partial or permanent memory loss.…