Disrupted sleep can be a sign of stress, with children either struggling to sleep or oversleeping.
Stress may cause children to display heightened emotional sensitivity and mood fluctuations.
Persistent physical discomfort like headaches, stomachaches, etc. can be a manifestation of stress in children.
Children under stress may isolate themselves and avoid social interactions they once enjoyed.
Stress can lead to a decline in academic performance due to reduced concentration and motivation.
Stress often brings about increased anxiety levels and excessive worry in children.
In times of stress, children may revert to earlier, comforting behaviors like bed-wetting or thumb-sucking.