My 15 year old son has developed sports anxiety. He has played baseball and basketball since he was little and has always been a very confident player who played like he didn't have a care in the world. In the last year he has started to become increasingly nervous leading up to and during his games. This past summer he vomited during two or three different baseball games. It was very hot on those days and we, my wife and I, thought he was having trouble with the heat and talked to his pediatrician. The pediatrician recommended we make sure he is staying hydrated and eating well. We knew he was a little nervous before games but I was always a little nervous and thought it would go away once the game started like it did for me. Baseball season ended and we didn't think much about it until his first high school basketball game two nights ago. He is on the freshman basketball team and threw up at halftime. He is the starting point guard and one of the better players on the team. Playing time will not be an issue in that the team is not great and really have no one else who can handle the ball. We talked with him after the game and he expressed that he was really nervous and seems to have lost some of his confidence. He kept saying how he hopes to do well instead of being confident he would do well. He is putting a ton of pressure on the outcome of his games and his performance. He seems to be his old self when he is playing pick up games. Tons of confidence and joy but that is not what we witnessed and he expressed last night. My son really likes basketball and I am asking for any suggestions that may help him to work through the anxiety. Thank you in advance.