Brain Facts

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When to see a doctor about your child’s anxiety

See a doctor if your child’s anxiety:

- is persistent and does not improve after you have provided encouragement and reassurance

- interferes strongly with your child’s everyday activities, such as preventing your child from attending school, after-school activities or even fun activities such as play dates

- disrupts your family routine, for example if your child cannot sleep alone or be alone in an area of the home or if your child’s ongoing need for reassurance prevents you from enjoying family activities.

Your child’s doctor can diagnose your child based on typical signs and symptoms. Go to your nearest emergency department if your child is experiencing suicidal thinking or behaviour.

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