Parenting Preparedness

Emotional changes & mood swings

Written by Pragya Lodha
Published: Sep 12

Homeinfographics-breadcrumb Parenting Topicsinfographics-breadcrumb Parenting Preparednessinfographics-breadcrumb Parenting Insightsinfographics-breadcrumb Tips to get your child physically ready for a return to school

Physical health is essential, especially for children. Learning good habits early in life keeps them physically, and mentally healthy. It also helps them manage their academic performance.

Share To

Symptoms to look out for:

Drastic-Changes-in-Mood-Behaviour-or-Personality
Drastic Changes In Mood, Personality, And Behaviour

Changes-in-Eating-or-Sleeping-Patterns
Changes In Eating Or Sleeping Patterns

Feelings-of-Guilt
Feeling Isolates, Sad, Hopeless, Worthless Or Guilty

Tiredness-Fatigue
Fatigue And Having No Energy To Care

Heightened-Irritability
Anxiety Or Irritability

Thoughts-or-Talking-About-Dying-or-Self-harm
Thoughts Or Talking About Dying Or Self-Harm

Children are expected to have behavioural and mood changes. However, if symptoms persist for an extended period, you should speak to your child and offer support. You may also seek help from a professional or trusted community member. Even your family doctor would be able to refer you to a psychologist or mental health professional.

Access this infographic for free

Download Infographic

Share To

The views expressed are that of the expert alone.

Bournvita-logo

Add Tayyari Jeet Ki to your home screen, for easy access.

Add