Last Tip: Diagnose stress and anxiety early
It is important to remember that our children also face quite a few pressures of their own, which may affect them physically and mentally. A healthy body needs a healthy mind. Although we may think that a school test is not as stressful as a work assignment or paying bills, they might be for our children. Dealing with stress and anxiety can increase the levels of adrenaline and cortisol in the body, and in situations where these hormones are chronic or persistent, the immune system may be affected or react severely.
Make sure that your children keep up with their responsibilities, but at the same time make sure they have time to play, relax and rest. At the same time, keep in mind that your children are also affected by any stress you may face, and this may also harm their health.