Family stress management can be a big reason why everyone, including the children, can have a good night. With a good night's sleep, the children are better equipped to handle challenges all day long, in addition to doing better at school. By adding these simple methods to the bedroom, the children will sleep more easily and wake up the next day, fuel, refocus and ready for the day to create a less stressful family community.
Blow Your Worries Away
Children often need children to compress the events of the day. For young children, the way to offer this is to blow some bubbles. Have kids imagine worrying about each sphere and look at it in the window. For older children on the page, worry about dolls, or put beads or small items in a box or plastic bottle; One to represent each concern is a way to worry and put it "away" for the night. When children have rid of the "weight" they can experience a peaceful rest and be ready to cope with the next day.
Learning to Relax
By the end of a long day, we can all find it hard to drop stress, make it hard to sleep, have a good rest or focus on a task. Learning to relax is a key element in family management that can be learned from all members of the family. Teaching children how to "skip" is as easy as pretending to be a wet noodle or rag doll. Progressive Muscle Relaxation (PMR) walks the body step by step through each muscle, flows and relaxes. Begin by asking your child to make a fist and straighten out the arms, as if they were tall wooden rooms and let go of them; imagine letting go like a tree that is falling out of a tree. Watch all the parts of your body until the baby is completely relaxed.
PMR also offers children the opportunity to study where in their bodies they are exciting and allow them to focus on that area. By taking a deep breath or imagining a soothing color, the children offer a way to "wash off" stress during the day leading to a better night's sleep.
Picking a dream
Have your children what they want to dream about. Helping children to live in their minds a sacred place can lead to increased relaxation and a better night's sleep. Create a sacred space with your child as they can go anytime. Ask them to explain to you what would it look like? Who would be there? What would you eat? The more detail you ask for, the more vivid image, the easier it is to restore the peaceful feelings related to memory. Some children will combine more than one memory or contain items that they had or make absolutely imaginary dreams. Asking children to create a special place that brings them peace and comfort offers them the opportunity to experience peace and security while they fall asleep.
Family management is important in the days we live in. Today's children are more focused than ever before at the tertiary level, socially and physically because of increased media, school and social pressure. Providing children with tools for coping with challenges can lead to increased self-esteem, creativity and build a positive relationship with family and friends. By offering children sleep strategies, they help to learn lifelong skills and manage their own stress, all leading to a reduction in parental benefit and a peaceful home.