“It’s no secret that we live in an increasingly uncertain world — be it politically, socially, or environmentally speaking,” says clinical psychologist Broderick Sawyer, PhD. Anxiety is something you assume that only adults can experience. However, in retrospect, anxiety is prevalent in children too. Toddlers and younger kids are susceptible to this kind of mental illness due to certain factors that trigger it. Some examples of these factors are social interaction, environmental toxins, emotional adjustments, behavioral approach, and even psychological imbalance.