Family Stress Management – Three techniques for sleeping your child
Family stress management will be a major reason everyone, including children, can take a good night's sleep. With a good night's sleep, children can face challenges during the day, improving school performance as well. By adding these simple strategies to your bedtime routine, the children become sleepy and the next day they are ready to create a refueling, refocusing, and less stressful family environment.
Blowing off your worries
Children of the bed often need to unpack the events of the day. The way to provide this for young children is to blow some bubbles. Let children put feelings into each bubble and watch it drift in the sky at dusk. When older children journalize, worry about dolls, or put beads or small items in boxes or plastic bottles. The way to express each worry is a way to express concern and put it "away" at night. When the kids remove "weight", they experience a peaceful rest and are ready to face the next day.
Learn to relax
At the end of a long day, it may be difficult to escape from stress, take a sleep, get restless, concentrate on work. Learning to relax is a major stress management skill that all members of the family can learn. Teaching children how to "let go" is as simple as wet noodles and stuffed dolls. Progressive muscle relaxation (PMR) walks each muscle step by step, relaxes after being tense. First, make your fist a fist and release it firmly and firmly like a tall trunk. Imagine becoming like a leaf falling from a tree. Please follow all parts of the body until the child relaxes completely.
In addition, PMR offers children the opportunity to learn where in their bodies they are tense to concentrate on the area. By imposing a deep breath or imagining a calm color, children provide a way to "wash away" the stress of the day, leading to better night's sleep.
Choose a dream
Have your children choose what you dream of. Helping children create sacred places in the mind leads to an increase in relaxation and nighttime sleep. Let's make sacred space where children can go anytime. Ask them to explain it to you, how does it look? Who is with you? What do you eat? More detailed, clearer images you are seeking, to regain the peaceful feelings associated with memory more easily. Some children combine multiple memories, including what they had, or totally imagining a dream. Opening our hearts to our children and making special places and asking for peace and peace gives us opportunities to experience calm and safety while sleeping.
Family stress management is very important in the era when we live. Today's children are academically, socially and physically emphasized more than before due to increased media, school and social pressure. Providing children with a repertoire of tools to face the challenge will lead to increasing self-esteem, promoting creativity and building positive relationships with family and friends. By providing a strategy for sleeping in a child, you can acquire lifelong skills and manage your own stress, leading to relief of parent stress and guidance to a more peaceful home.