In many ways, children’s lives are more stressful than ever before. The constant distraction of high-tech gadgets, increasingly heavy homework loads and busy activity schedules all contribute to a rise in childhood anxiety. Many parents struggle to identify the problem: 44 percent of youth have sleeping difficulties related to anxiety and stress, but only 13 percent of those children’s parents are aware of the root of the problem.
Anxiety can also rear its ugly head in the form of stomachaches, behavioural issues and headaches. So how can parents help? If you’re concern... keep reading