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  1. Being Active

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      More info sheets Author: Anxiety Canada   Being Active: The Facts You know that exercise is healthy for your body, but don't forget that it's also a great way to manage stress, anxiety and mood. Top 10 reasons to exercise for your psychologica ...

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  2. Depression, Anxiety, Alcohol and Other Drugs

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    PDF Version PDF | More info sheets Changes in our mood and anxiety levels are part of life. We want to feel well often, with a good mood and no anxiety. It's also normal to feel down or low after a disappointment, loss, frustration, or difficult day. ...

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  3. Fact Finder

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      More info sheets Author: AnxietyBC   If you are struggling to help your anxious child, and possibly managing your own anxiety as well, starting to arm yourself with the facts and creating a plan of action may offer you some initial relief. Although the ...

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  4. Fact Finder: ABCs of Anxiety

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      More info sheets Author: AnxietyBC   Anxiety can impact the lives of children, teens (and adults!), in the following 6 ways. On this page: Affect Behaviour Cognition Dependence Excessive and extreme Functioning Affect: Emotionally and physically—what we ...

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  5. Fact Finder: Addressing Excessive Reassurance Seeking

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      More info sheets Author: AnxietyBC   Children and teens look to their parents, teachers and trusted adults for information about the world around them, enabling them to reach expected milestones and mature into adulthood. However, for some children and ...

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  6. Fact Finder: Anxiety 101

      More info sheets Author: AnxietyBC   What you and your child need to know about anxiety Anxiety is normal. Everyone experiences anxiety from time to time. It alerts us to threats, protects us from danger and helps us reach important goals. For example, ...

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  7. Fact Finder: Avoidance

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      More info sheets Author: AnxietyBC   Avoidance is one of many survival mechanisms designed to protect us from danger. If you’ve ever had food poisoning from what seemed like an healthy piece of fish, you know it will be a long time before you eat fish a ...

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  8. Fact Finder: Coping with Back to School Anxiety

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      More info sheets Author: AnxietyBC   Anxious feelings are normal and expected in children and teens returning to school, changing schools, or for first-timers starting kindergarten. This transition can be stressful and disruptive for the entire family. ...

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  9. Fact Finder: Derealization

      More info sheets Author: AnxietyBC   Derealization is one of a range of symptoms coexisting in a panic attack. Some youth who have panic attacks don't experience derealization but for those who do, it can cause them to think, "I'm going c ...

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  10. Fact Finder: Fight-Flight-Freeze

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      More info sheets Author: AnxietyBC   F 3 or the Fight-Flight-Freeze response is the body's automatic, built-in system designed to protect us from threat or danger. For example, when you hear the words, "look out!" you may be surprised to ...

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