See how Brillia can help control symptoms of anxiety and inattention (ADHD) at various ages.
Anxiety and inattention in
9 to 10-year-olds.
For your 9 and 10-year-olds, new worries that barely crossed their minds in the past may now flood their thoughts, such as fears about body image, peer pressure, and more complex academic challenges. Your child may start seeking approval from others, possibly mimicking their peers to fit in or worrying unhealthily about schoolwork. As they become more adept at navigating the internet, kids may come across information that fuels anxiety or exacerbates their attention issues. This can be normal on occasion, however these issues can affect some kids more intensely, negatively impacting their schoolwork and relationships. Brillia is clinically proven to reduce anxiety and inattention for 4th and 5th graders without the harsh chemicals in prescription medications.
Anxiety signs and symptoms
in 9 to 10-year-olds:
- Difficulty falling or staying asleep
- Night terrors and sleepwalking
- Fear of death or injury
- Complaints of headaches or stomach aches
- Lack of focus
- Social withdrawal
- Anger outbursts and defiance
- Constant worry and obsessive thoughts
- Restlessness and muscle tension
Inattention (ADHD) signs and symptoms in 9 to 10-year-olds:
- Misbehaves in class
- Irritable and argumentative
- Dislike/avoidance of tasks requiring sustained mental effort
- Trouble paying attention
- Lies about chores and homework
- Inability to connect with peers
- Difficulty following instructions
- Uses screens excessively
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Are anxiety and inattention normal in 9 to 10-year-olds?
Just like adults, many children struggle with anxiety or ADHD. Some degree of anxiety and inattention is normal in 9 and 10-year-olds, especially as their concerns grow broader. But when your child’s fears, distractibility, or defiance start to interfere with their academics, their relationships, or their overall quality of life, it’s important to take action and get them the support they need before their symptoms worsen. Viewing prescription medications as the last resort, we recommend looking for ways to support children at home and considering a gentle medication like Brillia first.
School counselors or well-meaning doctors may be quick to prescribe medication for these symptoms. We recommend taking a gentler route first. Brillia is a non-prescription medication that helps to reduce symptoms of anxiety, stress, restlessness, irritability, and hyperactivity without harsh, synthetic chemicals or harmful side effects. Safe for children as young as five, Brillia consists of antibodies to the brain-specific S100 protein (S100B), an important regulator of many different intracellular and extracellular brain processes, including mood and neuroplasticity. Without altering the concentration of the S100B protein in the body, Brillia stops the instigation of ADHD symptoms and anxiety at their source, resulting in more focus and less worry in children as clinically proven in numerous trials and studies.
Brillia’s holistic approach combines neuroscience and behavioral science for a multifaceted approach to reducing anxiety and ADHD. The medication works best when combined with the lifestyle habits outlined in our 5-Pillar methodology, which include controlled screen time, a healthy diet, adequate sleep, and mindfulness and relaxation techniques. This holistic approach allows users to approach their anxiety and ADHD symptoms from multiple angles for the most success.
Brillia’s dosage for nine and ten-year-olds depends on the severity of their symptoms as you would rate them: moderate or severe. If you are unsure, we suggest starting with the moderate dosage, which means one pill in the morning, one mid-day and one in the evening at least 2 hours before bedtime. Moderate and severe require 3 doses spread out as evenly as possible throughout the day. If you are unable to spread them out evenly because of school, it is still recommended to take 3 doses even if two of them might end up being a little closer together (instead of doubling up on a dose). And if your child is already taking other prescription medications or supplements, you can safely add Brillia to their regimen without worry because there are no contraindications.
If you suspect your nine or ten-year-old child is struggling with anxiety or ADHD or they’ve been formally diagnosed, there are several ways you can support them at home and collaborate with their teacher to support them at school. Reminding yourself that their actions are not intentional will help you manage expectations you have for them and for yourself. Developing predictable routines around homework, chores, meals, and bedtime can help your child stay on task as they learn the order of the household. And teaching them coping mechanisms like deep breathing or meditation are helpful ways to equip them with tools they can use to self-regulate. They may also need guidance and modeling in limiting their screen use, following a healthy diet, practicing good sleep hygiene, and learning mindfulness techniques.
Brillia’s active antibody ingredients are scientifically formulated to reduce anxiety and improve attention as backed by various clinical trials and studies. These studies have proven Brillia’s safety and efficacy with 10 years of success in Europe and indicate that children taking Brillia had a significant decrease in the severity of their symptoms compared to placebo and experienced no statistically relevant adverse effects. Brillia has provided substantive documentation on this clinical data to the FDA to support the claims the product makes while abiding by all FDA standards and regulations.