With Halloween happening this week, your kids might be getting a little frightened and sometimes that leads to nightmares.
Obviously, you can’t absolutely guarantee a nightmare free sleep but the mist might be enough to help children settle if they are scared.
You just need to spray it on their pillow and around the room, including under the bed and in the wardrobe.
The team recommend getting your little ones to spray it with you before bedtime so they feel like they’re really tackling any monsters they think might be hiding in their room.
In a post on the website, Lucy Russell, a child clinical psychologist explained: ‘Ninety per cent of the complaints I deal with are concerned with ‘robbers’ and this is often accompanied by the fear of being hurt. Nightmares are a normal part of child development.
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‘As children start to learn about the dangers in the world, as well as what death means when they are about 8-years-old, nightmares can be the brain’s way of processing this new information.
‘Lavender is really relaxing for the senses, so this will help. I would advise to start using this spray an hour before bed, to help stimulate the parasympathetic nervous system, and also to initiate the release of melatonin, the hormone that induces sleep.’
The product costs £4.95 but it’s proved so popular, it’s currently sold out online so the team behind it at Cuckooland has released the recipe and instructions on how to make it at home.
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