Such repetitive stereotyped movements are either part of a general neurotic obsession, or are a manifestation of a paroxysmal neuropsychiatric disorder, or are considered a sign of extrapyramidal motor disorders.
This pathology negatively affects the general condition of the child. As early as 15 years ago, adenoids of grade 3 in children were almost never met, this is due to the fact that they were removed in the early stages.
Symptoms such as vomiting, diarrhea, and temperature in the child are associated with intestinal infection in the parents. As a rule, all adults have first aid skills in this situation, are aware of the dangers of the disease