See how Brillia can help control symptoms of anxiety and inattention (ADHD) at various ages.
Anxiety and inattention in
13 to 17-year-old teenagers.
As teenagers approach adulthood, their stress will likely become more complex. Thinking about what they’ll do next, including college and careers, can be daunting. And teens can also be overly concerned about what other people think, with their fears exacerbated by the constant feedback rolling in via social media. Your teen might become anxious about public humiliation, failure, or even global issues and violence. If your teen’s fears, worries, and distractibility start to interfere with their schoolwork, relationships or well-being, there may be bigger issues emerging, like an anxiety disorder or ADHD. Brillia is clinically proven to reduce anxiety and enhance focus for teens without the harsh chemicals in prescription medications.
Inattention (ADHD) signs and symptoms in teenagers:
- Trouble staying on task
- Makes careless mistakes
- Appears restless and fidgeting
- Angry outbursts
- Makes impulsive decisions
- Is easily distracted or daydreams
- Fear of criticism and rejection
- Trouble reading social cues
- Difficulty following instructions
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Are anxiety and inattention normal in 13 to 17-year-old teenagers?
Anxiety happens to people of all ages and can be normal in new and unfamiliar situations. But when it happens frequently, it can make a teen feel constantly distracted, tense, and avoidant. Similarly, most teens get distracted with incessant texting, social media updates, videos or the irresistibility of their gaming console. We recommend looking for ways to support teens at home and considering a gentle medication like Brillia first, to help reduce symptoms before considering prescription medication.
There are a spectrum of options to consider in addressing your teen’s anxiety and ADHD and while doctors may be quick to prescribe medication to treat symptoms, we recommend keeping prescription medication as a last resort. Brillia is on the gentler end of the spectrum without using harsh, synthetic chemicals that have harmful side effects. Available without an official diagnosis or prescription, Brillia uses antibody ingredients to reduce symptoms of anxiety and ADHD by targeting the brain-specific S100 protein (S100B), an important regulator of many different intracellular and extracellular brain processes, including mood.
As a holistic approach, Brillia works best in combination with the lifestyle habits outlined in our 5-Pillar methodology. These include limiting your teen’s screen use, encouraging them to follow a healthy diet, ensuring they get adequate sleep, and practicing mindfulness and relaxation techniques. Combining healthy lifestyle habits with antibody science helps teens feel more grounded and balanced in the gentlest and most effective way.
Brillia’s dosage for teens 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.
Brillia for Children is for ages five to 18, and Brillia for Adults is for 18 years and older. For those under the age of 18, we recommend the children’s version. That said, dosage is dependent on the severity of the symptoms and not age and height. Both products have the same ingredients, but the adult version has a much stronger formulation, so it’s better for minors to use the children’s version first to allow for more incremental dosing changes.
If your teen has been diagnosed with anxiety or ADHD, or you simply suspect they are struggling with these issues, there are several steps you can take to help them feel supported. Enrolling your child in therapy is one option, while medication is another. Teaching them coping mechanisms like deep breathing or meditation are fantastic ways to equip them with tools to help self-regulate, so they don’t develop unhealthy ways of dealing with strong emotions or stressful situations. Showing your teen you are there for them is crucial, while also allowing them to have the space and freedom to establish their own identity and develop more independence. Lastly, modeling healthy lifestyle habits will show them that you practice what you preach. This may include limiting your own screen use, following a healthy diet, getting enough sleep, and practicing mindfulness techniques.
Brillia is scientifically formulated to reduce anxiety and enhance focus and clarity for children and teens with attention issues as backed by various clinical trials and studies. These studies have proven Brillia’s safety and efficacy, showing that individuals taking Brillia had a significant decrease in the severity of their symptoms compared to placebo and experienced no statistically relevant adverse effects. With 10 years of success in Europe, 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.