Childhood anxiety - Part 2 - What Happens in Your Child's Body When They Are Feeling Anxious?

Oct 08, 2021
Girl crying and having panic attack
Welcome to part two of this mini-series all about childhood anxiety.
This one is all about the physical changes that occur in a child's body when they are experiencing anxiety.  Some are easy to spot, some less so.  
Learning about all these changes is really helpful for parents as it enables them to appreciate just what a child goes through whenever they feel anxious, and that these responses are automatic and outside the child's conscious control.
It can also be really helpful to encourage your child to notice what goes on in their bodies as it helps them recognise when they are feeling anxious sooner, and this in turn helps them when they learn the tools to start overcoming their anxiety.
Warmest wishes

Frances x

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