Anxiety is a common disease affecting about 18% adults in the whole world. As much as people do not treat it as a disease, it is a world disaster. The problem does not only affect adults but also very common in kids. For a toddler, it is a very disturbing situation. It is challenging to notice the signs in a toddler and might even go unnoticed if the parent or guardian is not keen. If the symptoms are noticed at an early stage, however, it will be easy handling the situation and preventing future occurrences.
Signs of anxiety disorder
Phobias and fears
It is common for kids to show signs of fear for darkness, monsters, animals and much more. But if the kid is suffering anxiety disorder the levels of fear are at very high levels. It is this high fear levels that differentiate normal from anxiety problem.
Sensitive to noise
Another sign of an anxious child is the level of sensitiveness to noise. If a kid is often shaken by hearing loud noise or music, disposal truck or toilet flush, then he or she might be suffering anxiety disorder.
Unnatural liking for routine life
A kid like a routine kind of life. They want things to be done in a certain sequence all through. They are particular about everything. But if you realize that a slight change in routine affects the toddler adversely, then you need to be keener because that is a sign of anxiety disorder.
With the above symptoms, it is most likely that the baby will have sleeping issues. They find it difficult to sleep on their own, and an adult must be on their side for them to sleep well. If the situation is not checked, it could mean a very serious issue in the future.
Particular about clothes
Kids suffering anxiety are very particular about the clothes they wear. They are choosy and will not wear anything they do not like. They can be very sensitive to crease on pants, seams of socks and such.
Many kids are fussy eaters; they can be choosy on what they eat. For anxious kinds, the fussiness goes to another level. Often they cry and raise hue during meals. You should be very keen to realize the above signs from your kid and seek medical help as soon as possible. Spending some more time with your kid helps you realize any changes.…