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Anxiety in Children and Youth: Information for Parents and Caregivers
Introduction Dylan is afraid of the dark. Tricia hates to eat in front of other people. Eric becomes sick to his stomach and throws up if he has to speak aloud in class. Fears and worries are a very normal part of life for children and adults. However, if these worries become cause for concern because they are affecting day-to-day functioning significantly, we refer to these excessive worries as anxiety. How Common are Anxiety Disorders? Anxiety disorders are the most common mental health condition in children and adults. Roughly 6% of children and youth have an anxiety disorder that is serious enough to require treatment. How Long ...
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Fear of Vomiting (Emetophobia) in Children and Youth
What is the Fear of Vomiting (Emetophobia)? It is normal to dislike the thought of vomiting, but for someone with emetophobia, the thought of vomiting is so terrifying that it can end up controlling a person's life.   The person may: Avoid going out, due to fear of vomiting Avoid eating in public places (such as restaurants), or with other people Avoid any place or situation where there is the slightest possibility that the person (or others) may vomit Become upset even at the mere mention of the word ‘vomit,' or synonyms like ‘throw up', ‘barf,' ‘puke,' ...
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Panic Attacks in Adults
Penny’s Story, Part 1 Penny is a married with two kids. She has a supportive partner and great kids, but but recently has been having more stresses with work and her aging, elderly parents.    She’s always been a bit of a worrier, but now she’s started having periods “out of the blue” where she feels suddenly anxious, along with shortness of breath, feeling sweaty. The periods are so severe, that it feels like she’s having a heart attack… “I must be going crazy” she thinks to herself…   What are Panic Attacks? Panic attacks are periods of intense fear and anxiety, caused by a sudden ...
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Selective Mutism in Children and Youth: Information for Parents and Caregivers
“She won't speak to anyone…” Jane is 6 years old and can dance and sing in front of her family…. she might even be the next Idol! But in music class she is paralyzed by fear and can’t say a word.   Jay is a 7 year old boy who plays soccer with his brothers and talks excitedly about his favorite World Cup team. Yet, at recess time, he stands alone watching the other kids play soccer and doesn’t speak when others ask him if he wants to play. Some of the kids think he’s a snob, and so they ignore him.   Mary is a 5 year old girl who talks at home with all her brothers, ...
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