What are the symptoms of headbanging?
Signs and symptoms of headbanging include the rhythmic banging of one's head against various objects. For toddlers this is commonly a pillow, bed, or bedhead and occurs at bedtime or nap time. In other instances, a wall, door or table are sometimes used. Headbanging can involve banging either the front or back of the head every few seconds and may last for around 15 minutes.
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First answered: 24 Apr 2015
Last reviewed: 19 May 2018
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