Is it normal everyday anxiety or an anxiety disorder? These signs of anxiety in young adults and teenagers will indicate if your child needs professional help
Anxiety in teens and young adults is often an issue that goes undiagnosed or unnoticed. The emotion of anxiety is a normal reaction to help deal with stressful situations. But, when one’s anxiety becomes chronic, uncontrollable, or with no root cause or meaning, it can become a true problem, interfering with the quality of life.
The following are potential signs of anxiety in teens and young adults.
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