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Common emotional experience, but sometimes it can become overwhelming and interfere with daily life. Anxiety disorders involve a range of emotional, mental, and physical symptoms.  

Children and adolescents may experience: 

Common Symptoms

Excessive Worry

Constant worry about everyday things or future events, even if they are unlikely to happen.


Feeling on edge, having difficulty sitting still or relaxing.

Physical Symptoms

Complaints of stomach aches, headaches, muscle tension, or fatigue without medical cause.


Trying to avoid situations or places that trigger anxiety.


Reacting strongly to small frustrations or changes.

Difficulty Concentrating

Finding it hard to focus due to worry.

Sleep Disturbances

Trouble falling asleep, staying asleep, or having nightmares related to anxiety.


School Anxiety

A child who's afraid of going to school due to worries about performance, social interactions, or separation from parents.

Social Anxiety

A teenager avoiding parties or gatherings because they fear being judged or embarrassed in front of others.

Specific Phobias

An adolescent being extremely afraid of specific things, like dogs, heights, or spiders, to the point where it affects their daily life

Panic Attacks

A teenager suddenly experiencing intense fear, heart racing, shortness of breath, and dizziness, often feeling like they're losing control.

Warning Signs

Avoidance/Isolating Behavior

Decline in School Performance

Physical Complaints

Emotional Outbursts