Disruptive behavior refers to behavior that persistently frightens and threatens other people or breaks social norms. This type of behavior is mostly observed in children, but it can be there in adults too sometimes.
This type of behavior can be vocal or physical. Vocal behavior includes crying, choking, etc. physical disruptive behavior includes continuous motion of any body part repetitively.
Usually, there are various factors that impact the behavior of a child. But a few things can be out of instinct too. Child behavior is backed by a certain purpose, which may or may not be clear. Behaviour is a combination of psychological, biological, and social needs. This normal behavior can turn into such behavior.
Disrupted behavior is when you can see an unexpected behavior in the development stage of a child. Like impulsiveness, which means thoughtless behavior or distractibility without any consideration for safety. This type of behavior is usual for a two-year-old child but not for a 12-year-old. To put it simply, it means going beyond the lines of discipline.
There are different causes of this type of behavior. Factors for this biological behavior include hearing difficulty, difficulty in concentrating and learning, etc. Psychological disruptive behavior includes the traumatic experiences of a child and child worrying more and trying to avoid something that is threatening and anxiety-provoking.