Health Tip: Is Your Child Anxious?
(HealthDay News) -- Children who don't get enough time to play
and relax -- or who are pushed beyond their comfort zone -- may
become anxious, experts say.
The American Academy of Pediatrics mentions these potential
warning signs of anxiety in children:
- Steering clear of other people.
- Losing interest in eating.
- Acting nervous.
- Having trouble sleeping.
- Complaining of headaches or stomach aches.
- Appearing depressed.
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