9. FAS and Behavioral Problems
Common behavioral problems in children with Fetal Alcohol Syndrome include—poor social skills, lack of curiosity and creativity, hyperactivity, social anxiety, impulsive behaviors (propensity to addiction or sexual behaviors), hyperactivity, belligerence with authority, and angry irritability.
10. The Effects of Fetal Alcohol Syndrome on Adults
The long-term and lasting effects of Fetal Alcohol Syndrome can last into adulthood in the form of health problems that crop up in the late teens and into early adulthood, troubles with the law, and dependence on others to live healthy, safe lives.
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