Excess stress during childhood can seriously affect the mental and physical state of a child. The causes of stress are grades, bullying, changing schools, puberty, parents divorce, and unsafe neighborhood. The signs of stress include reduced appetite, headache, sleep problems, and recurrent bedwetting.
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Query: Hi doctor, I have an exam tomorrow, but I am not studying at all. The whole day I did not study. I am not even feeling sleepy, but still not opening my book. Two exams got over and I wrote them well. But now, I do not know what I am doing. Please help me concentrate and read for my exams. Read Full »
Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. During the stressful times of examinations, it is normal to get anxious and worried. It seems to me that until now you have studied well and at this point, you feel exhausted. However, it is important to revise in the final days of any exam to recall and solidify th... Read Full »
Query: Hello doctor, My 5-year-old boy seems tense and thinks most of the time. He cannot accept if anyone is unhappy with him, he gets really angry, and he starts crying on things which we cannot understand. Read Full »
Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. Children do get upset because of several reasons other than hereditary. Mostly it triggers because of present stressor in the environment such as unfulfillment of basic needs (food, social, hygiene, health, etc.). Other stressors might be lack of parental love and at... Read Full »