A chaotic household is one in which there is a lot of disorganized behaviour and noise. This makes relaxation impossible and often leads to stress and anxiety. Studies have associated chaotic households with anxiety and depressive disorders in both children and adults.
A new study has found that children belonging to minority groups and living in urban areas often have worsening of their symptoms of asthma if they are living in chaotic households. The study titled, “Family Chaos and Asthma Control,” was published in the latest issue of the journal Pediatrics.