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Cause and Consequences of GAD(Generalized Anxiety Disorder) kid

By AplnPublished 3 months ago 3 min read
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Let's begin with the small story which was told by my English lecturer on my Academy year:

She will conducting many training sessions and motivational sessions to students , during her session she met an kid who is so silent when compared to others , where actually the training session is filled with the whole student in his batch and it conducted for 5 days, still he didn't find any friend to be with.

So she started trying to be friendly with him and day by day the kid exposed his feeling about the class mates keeps on teasing him for silly thing for only reason is he is silent,and the kid keeps on over thinking the situation, got poor marks and lost his concentration and decided to not talk to anyone.

On Last Day, she noticed staggering thing happened ,The kid is having a knife in his school bag and when inquired ,he told he keeps it everyday to protect him from others in school.

Lessons thought from the above story,

1. when teasing and mocking becomes habit for the people will continuously do and never and regret it at anytime.

2. over thinking can pull down the person and make even more negative one to the society.

What if My Child Worries too Much for silly Things?

1. Sometimes worries become worse with time. When kids worry too much, it’s hard to enjoy school, activities or friends. Worries can start to affect sleeping or eating. They can lead kids to feel anxious or afraid, and to avoid things they might enjoy. Worry like this could be a sign of an anxiety disorder.

2. If your child has worry, stress, or anxiety that seems too hard for them to handle, talk with your child's doctor or a mental health doctor. Childhood anxiety can get better with the right treatment and support.

Do you want to help your child overcome overthinking?

1. Children don’t have to worry about finances, career, making dinners, and other daily demands like adults, but that does not mean that they do not have their own set of things to worry about in their daily lives.

2. Overthinking is quite common for children and teenagers, as disappointments and frustration pile up children can get stressed leading to anxiety. Though all parents want to help their children eliminate this distressing feeling, it is not quite easy. At Sherwood High, we believe that children who can manage stress and tackle everyday problems develop a sense of confidence and optimism helping them master life’s challenges in both schools and later. So how do we instill in our children the required tools to combat worry, overthinking, and anxiousness? We will be reading just that in this blog.

Cause and Consequences of GAD(Generalized Anxiety Disorder) kid :

Generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) is a mental health problem. A child with GAD has a lot of worry and fear that seems to have no real cause. The worry may be more intense than the situation calls for. Children or teens with GAD often worry about many things

Symptoms and signs:

Children with generalized anxiety disorder have multiple and diffuse worries, which are exacerbated by stress. These children often have difficulty paying attention and may be hyperactive and restless. They may sleep poorly, sweat excessively, feel exhausted, and complain of physical discomfort ( stomachache, muscle aches, headache).

Can we treat it ? if Yes then how? please find some ways here,

1. Cognitive behavioral therapy. This helps a child learn how to better manage anxiety. The goal is also to help a child master the situations that may lead to the anxiety.

2. Medicines. Antidepressant or anti-anxiety medicine may help some children feel calmer.

3. Family therapy. Parents play a vital role in any treatment.

4. School input. A child’s school may also be included in care.


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