While an overarching study of stressed out teens has yet to be compiled, it is easy to estimate that most every teen in the United States has felt some sort of stress, and many are stressed out. And as an indication of the overlooked nature of teen stress it is estimated that around 10 percent of all teens suffer from an anxiety disorder.
Facts on Teen Stress Dr. Cohen-Sandler conducted a survey of the attitudes and experiences of 3,000 students (2300 girls and 700 boys) attending middle schools and high schools across the country. Her sample included teens from a variety of ethnic and socioeconomic backgrounds, as well as from public and independent schools, coed and all-girls’ schools, parochial and secular schools, and alternative .
Apr 01, 2019 · But minimizing teen stress and teen anxiety is a mistake. Here’s a fact: their stress is every bit as real for them as it is for us. So are the negative physical and emotional consequences of their stress. And if your teen’s stress becomes chronic, they’re at increased risk of .