Children and Anxiety/Stress
Anxiety becomes infectious.
In today's complex world of bullying, over-scheduling and academic demands, our children are anxious, hyper-active and difficult to deal with. They have melt-downs over small things. They can't focus at school and their grades are dropping.
They can't go to sleep at night. You hear them grinding their teeth. In the morning, the bed is a mess from them thrashing around through the night. You have to call them several times before they stumble out of bed, exhausted with dark circles under their eyes.
It feels like you are struggling with them constantly. You are exhausted yourself and find you have no patience. But it does not have to be this way - and I can show you how.
The answer is as clear as the nose on your face.
An anxious child has poor breathing. You may have noticed that they hold their breath or take periodic and unexpected deep breaths. They are constant mouth breathers or suck their thumb. The key to bringing out a happy, curious, loving child is right there.
Anxiety feeds poor breathing and poor breathing feeds anxiety. By learning how to breathe properly, a child will calm quickly. As healthy breathing becomes the norm, anxiety and worry decrease. More even energy and better sleep result. Nightmares disappear. They become a joy to be around.
"When my mother and sister-in-law came to Canada for a visit, they both commented that my 11 year old son looked so much better, so much more relaxed and not struggling with his breathing. At school he had a 2.4 km cross-country run which he always has had to walk. This year, he ran the whole run!" – Ans D. Waterloo, Ontario
The sooner you contact me, the sooner your child will feel better.
Children respond so quickly to breath retraining, only a few weeks of practice can make a tremendous difference. Learn about the 8-hour Breath Retraining Course. Click here.