Anxiety is the mind and body’s reaction to stressful, dangerous, or unfamiliar situations. It is your body’s natural response to stress and is often considered a normal and healthy emotion. The first day of school, going for an interview, giving a speech in front of a crowd, etc., are instances that could lead people to feel nervous. But if this feeling of anxiety is extreme, lasts for longer than usual, and starts to interfere in your daily life, then you may be facing an extreme disorder.
In this scenario, some fear may be constantly rankling you, which can manifest into intense and dangerous actions. Before your anxiety becomes life-threatening, you must learn to control it. In the recent wake of Sushant Singh Rajput’s suicide, it has become imperative for parents and wards to build a healthy and open relationship with young children and minds so they are not pushed to extremities.
It is important to learn what exactly anxiety is and deal with it before it takes possession of your mind and pushes you to the brink. It is equally important for parents to know how to deal with anxiety in their young children.
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