Child and Teen Stress Directory
Stress can take a toll on your child's emotional and physical health. It might be caused by too many activities, trouble at school, lack of sleep, or any number of other things. Because it can affect their overall health and well-being, stress should be managed as much as possible. Counseling, family talks, or even just taking time to relax can help. Find out more about stress, kids, and teens here.
Anxiety and Teens
While all teens feel anxiety from time to time, some feel it more than others.
Deep Breathing: Relax and Ease Stress
WebMD tells you the benefits of deep breathing for stress and anxiety.
Teens, Cutting, and Self-Injury: Causes, Signs, and Prevention
Learn who may be at risk for self-injury and how to deal with stress and other triggers.
Teens and Binge Eating
Approximately 4 million people in the United States have binge-eating disorder, binging without purging, and a large number of those are teens.
Reduce Teen Screen Time Without Stress
These tips can help parents reduce the time teens spend with TVs, computers, and phones and get them physically active instead.
Cut Stress From Family Mealtime: Answers for 4 Common Problems
Is dinner time stressful at your house? It doesn’t have to be. Try these tips to make your family’s meal more enjoyable for all.
5 Ways to Reduce Stress
We asked a top-level college counselor for tips on staying balanced. The answers may surprise you!
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) Teens and Stress
WebMD discusses the impact of stress, bullying, and discrimination on teens who identify themselves as lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgendered (LGBT).