Children with anxiety

9 Tips To Help Ease Your Child’s Anxiety Visiting The ER or Hospital

9 Tips To Help Ease Your Child’s Anxiety Visiting The ER or Hospital

What's the best way to ease a child's fears of going to a hospital? If you're a parent, this is a question you must have asked yourself at one point in time since kids can be terrified of hospitals and doctors. 9 Tips To Help Ease Your Child's Anxiety Visiting The ER or Hospital This fear of going to the hospital can make even a healthy child afraid of getting the necessary treatment. Even more so if they need to be rushed to the emergency room. To reduce such stress, here are useful tips to consider to ease your child's…
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How To Lower Your Child’s Anxiety About Having A Vaccine

How To Lower Your Child’s Anxiety About Having A Vaccine

Many children will face anxiety-related not only to going to the doctor but specifically to get their vaccines. While your child is more likely to face anxiety about getting vaccines themselves, it's also not uncommon for you, as a parent, to feel anxious about taking your child to the doctor as well. How To Lower Your Child's Anxiety About Having A Vaccine That being said, there are steps that you can take to reduce your child's and your anxiety relating to vaccinations. Here are some tips to try next time you're planning to visit the doctor with your anxious child:…
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How to Help Your Kids if They Have Been in a Car Accident

How to Help Your Kids if They Have Been in a Car Accident

Are you wondering how to help your kids if they have been in a car accident? Keep reading to find out what to do! Being in a car accident will shake even adults to their core. No matter how well you walk away from an accident, there was still that potential danger. That initial thought before impact that you may not make it out of this,  that this will hurt or that you are helpless. Combine this fear with actual injury, and you have a traumatic experience on your hands. How to Help Your Kids if They Have Been in…
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5 Simple Ways to Help your Child having Anxiety due to COVID 19

5 Simple Ways to Help your Child having Anxiety due to COVID 19

Are you looking for ways to help your child having Anxiety due to COVID 19? Keep reading for 5 amazing tips! The global coronavirus pandemic has been unexpected with its flow-on effects, causing a great deal of uncertainty for all parts of society. As adults, it has resulted in changes to daily routines, changes to how we work, and the need to home school our kids in many cases. This uncertainty has not been limited to ourselves, though, as similarly, our children have also been affected. Ways to Help your Child having Anxiety due to COVID 19 For children, daily…
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Calming Techniques for Autistic Children

Calming Techniques for Autistic Children

Are you looking for Calming Techniques for Autistic Children? You're in the right place! These top five tips will help relieve your child’s anxiety and stress. This post has been sponsored by Namaste Blankets When your emotions are overwhelming and you cannot express what you need, it’s an awful feeling. Meltdowns can happen for a variety of reasons such as transitions, stress, anxiety or even too much sensory input. Calming Techniques for Autistic Children Seeing your child struggling is heart-wrenching.  Not only are the meltdowns themselves painful, but they also leave you exhausted beyond belief. Knowing how to help your…
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How to Help Children with Depression and Anxiety Stay Calm

How to Help Children with Depression and Anxiety Stay Calm

How to Help Children with Depression and Anxiety Stay Calm By Candice Shaffer of Una Residences, The XI, One Dalton, The Astor, and EVGB Though we often hear about the many mental health issues affecting the adult population, the mental health needs of children often go overlooked. Unfortunately, largely ignoring the problem has only exacerbated it for decades. In fact, according to research conducted by Wolters Kluwer Health found that one in 20 children is now struggling with either depression or anxiety. Even more dire, researchers at the University of Missouri-Columbia have found that depressed children are six times as likely as their peers to…
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