What exactly is the link between temperament — introversion vs extraversion — and anxiety in children? If you're guessing that introverts are more likely to be anxious, you are right. There is more to the story, though.
How can you recognize panic attacks in children, how should you help your child through a panic attack, and what are the best long-term treatments?
Gardner's Theory states there are nine possible types of intelligence. Here, we look at what they are, what they could mean for your child, and how you could bring out your child's best.
Are you hoping that natural and herbal remedies can improve the symptoms of your child's anxiety disorder? Let's take a look at what works, what might work, what doesn't work, and the role placebos can play in relieving childhood anxiety.
Being able to talk is a vital life-skill for your baby. Here, we explore 12 simple, fun ways to encourage your toddler to talk in your everyday life.
Could your tantrum-prone child be anxious, rather than naughty? Here's a closer look at the anxiety disorders that cause temper tantrums.
Everyone worries sometimes. If your child's worries cause severe distress and interfere with daily functioning — because they're refusing to go to school, for example — you may begin to wonder if your child's worrying is the sign of an anxiety disorder.
Data shows that anxious children suffer from nightmares much more frequently than those without anxiety disorders. Do nightmares alone give you reason to believe your child is struggling with anxiety, though?
So, your toddler, preschooler or early elementary child has separation anxiety and you want answers. How can you help your anxious child, and are their worries a sign of separation anxiety disorder?
There's no single medication, vitamin, diet, or medical treatment that will cure autism. A very simple vitamin supplementation intervention for autistic people who have the MTHFR mutation, however, may be very helpful.