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Rocking back and forth repeatedly usually indicates some kind of psychological problem. Stereotypic movement disorder is often the reason why a person to rocks back and forth. There may be other repetitive movements, such as hand waving or head banging, with this disorder. Stereotypic movement disorder is a mental health problem. Symptoms may also include:
Some of these symptoms are more exaggerated than others. The symptoms often change over periods of time. Overall, the repetitive movements interfere with life. Any action that gets repeated over and over is considered part of a stereotypic movement disorder.


Sometimes the root cause is unknown. There are several known reasons for where this disorder will show up. Possible reasons for stereotypic movement to occur: Certain populations are more likely to develop this disorder than others. Boys are more likely than girls to develop stereotypic movement disorder. It can show up in childhood or adolescence. If you are autistic or have Tourette syndrome or other cognitive disorders, you are more likely to develop this condition. Mentally retarded people are also more likely to develop stereotypic movement disorder.


Rocking back and forth repeatedly usually indicates some kind of psychological problem. Stereotypic movement disorder is often the reason why a person to rocks back and forth. There may be other repetitive movements, such as hand waving or head banging, with this disorder. Stereotypic movement disorder is a mental health problem. Symptoms may also include: Some of these symptoms are more exaggerated than others. The symptoms often change over periods of time. Overall, the repetitive movements interfere with life. Any action that gets repeated over and over is considered part of a stereotypic movement disorder.


Sometimes the root cause is unknown. There are several known reasons for where this disorder will show up. Possible reasons for stereotypic movement to occur: Certain populations are more likely to develop this disorder than others. Boys are more likely than girls to develop stereotypic movement disorder. It can show up in childhood or adolescence. If you are autistic or have Tourette syndrome or other cognitive disorders, you are more likely to develop this condition. Mentally retarded people are also more likely to develop stereotypic movement disorder.

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