Child anxiety, just like that of adults, is a normal, healthy emotion felt as a response to certain stimuli. But when anxiety becomes recurring, irrational and intense, it may be considered as a disorder. Episodes of anxiety attacks can disable the child from performing his daily duties in school and at home. And while it is generally safe, anxiety attacks can affect how the child lives.
If you experience anxiety frequently, or even on an everyday basis, take comfort in knowing that there are several practical and effective ways of controlling anxiety naturally. Also, know that you're not alone! Anxiety is one of the most common complaints doctors hear about from their patients. Here we give a brief overview of the condition of chronic anxiety, then describe how to deal with anxiety in ways that get you back in the driver's seat!
Anxiety attacks are frightening but the good thing is, episodes are generally harmless. In most cases, attacks rarely last for more than 30 minutes, with peak of intensity within the first 10 minutes. What make such attacks dangerous is if it becomes chronic and if it already affects the well-being of a person and already disrupts his normal way of life.