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Uncertainty fuels the fears, during times of changeover especially, like starting a new school 12 months, Dr. Theodote Pontikes, a pediatric psychiatrist at Loyola University Wellness System in Chicago, said in a university news launch. One way to limit anxiety is to establish a routine prior to the first day of school that’s like the 1 that will be utilized through the school year. This consists of consistent wake and sleep times, no daytime naps, and scheduled meals and snack foods. It is critical to encourage a pattern of physical activity, which helps kids release extra energy and sleep better at night, she said. It’s also a good idea to have children practice how they will reach and from school, meet up with their teachers and tour their school before classes start, if possible, she added.