Foster a safe and supportive environment at home where your child feels comfortable expressing their feelings without judgment.
Encourage open and honest communication with your child, allowing them to share their worries and concerns.
Validate your child's emotions and let them know that it's okay to feel anxious, assuring them that you are there to support them.
Establish a predictable routine that provides stability and reduces uncertainty, helping to alleviate anxiety.
Help your child manage anxiety through relaxation techniques like deep breathing, mindfulness, and visualization.
Promote healthy habits such as regular exercise, proper sleep, and a balanced diet, which can contribute to overall well-being and reduce anxiety.
Seek professional help for your child if anxiety persists or significantly affects their daily life.