We all feel stress due to many reasons – work pressure, home responsibilities, an ailing health etc. But, do you know that even children can feel stress.
It is important for you to understand the signs of stress in children. If you think that your child is under stress, there are several simple techniques to de-stress him.
Common signs of stress in children are irritability, changes in their lifestyle, moodiness, crying spells and withdrawal from activities.
Go through this ClipBook to know the different aspects of stress in children.
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