Anxiety Issues In Kids

A child may be afraid of dogs after being bitten by one. When they start going to school, are subject to concerns such as academic and social pressures, and other anxieties that arise as a result of developing an independent sense of self. Anxieties such as these are normal and be resolved over time. Diagnosis of anxiety the child's recognition of child anxiety disorders can be difficult because symptoms of anxiety in children are often different from those observed in adults. On the other hand, children of different ages and temperaments may exhibit different symptoms.

Here are some signs and symptoms of anxiety indicators of child: * * Nightmares or night terrors * Avoid certain activities (such as school or social events) * easily * Crying and tantrums common sensations of panic and fear of disrupting activities * Constant worrying of future events * Difficulty in making friends and extreme shyness * Low self-esteem and lack of confidence * Fear of shame * Fear of making mistakes * compulsive behaviors (such as looking under the bed or in a closet before the time bedtime) * extreme resistance to any change * recurrent physical symptoms such as stomach pain or headache, without apparent cause anxiety What causes the child? * Separation anxiety is very normal in young children and usually subsides with increasing age. Facing the separation of familiar people, your child may throw tantrums, refuse to go to school or have persistent crying or manipulative. If an older child or adolescent with this behavior persists, may have separation anxiety disorder and professional help may be required. * Changes and fear of the unknown. Like adults, children are afraid of the unknown and are often wary of new situations.

The first day of school, meeting new people or neighborhoods can be an anxious time for your child. * Traumatic events. Unpleasant or bad experiences can bring a child into believing that certain things are dangerous or threatening. This could include an awkward social situation, or causing physical harm or fright (such as a dog bite or an accident). In particularly difficult situations is the risk of disorder post-traumatic stress (PTSD) and your child may need professional advice. * Problems related to school. Your child may be anxious about something that happens at school as abusers, work friends, or a tyrannical teacher. Anxiety can come in some cases the difficulties encountered in front of the school work and a learning disorder may be the main cause. * Problems of the family. A disturbance in the family environment can make your child feel anxious. See or hear constantly arguing parents may be particularly anxious for your child and give them a sense of insecurity. Other family situations that can lead to an anxious child are separated and divorce, death or illness in the family, and harsh discipline or otherwise. * Learned behavior. Children are often eager to adopt the behavior of their parents. This is especially true for children with overprotective or overly anxious parents (who themselves may suffer from an anxiety disorder). Anxiety in children can handle a variety of ways. Recognizing the child's anxiety disorder is the first step. Methods used in treating the child's anxiety may be conventional (allopathic) or involve. With a great interest in health and alternative medicine. I believe that natural remedies and alternative therapies have their place in modern medicine. I am confident that an informed person is potentially a more happy and healthy.