With increased pressure to balance homework, extracurricular activities, and the unique demands of growing up in the digital age, many teens struggle with anxiety. According to the National Institutes of Health, nearly one-third of kids today experience anxiety at some point during childhood or adolescence.
Through meditation, the brain will rewire. “With 15 minutes of daily meditation for at least three weeks, the brain becomes more responsive and less reactive — which can be especially helpful to teens prone to anxiety or erratic behavior,” says Dr Erhman.
So what better way than to find out more about proven techniques and strategies that are easy to incorporate into the hectic schedule of your teen, so that they have the tools they need, when they need, to manage their anxiety?