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National Bedtime Reading Month
This month is National Reading Month. Reading and listening to stories helps children feel safe and secure as they sit or lie next to you. To celebrate this special month, why not add an extra 5 or 10 minutes to your bedtime routine and maybe listen to...
Exercises for May
If your child is attending our Relax Kids classes, these exercises will support them in between classes. If they are not attending classes, these exercises are a great introduction to relaxation
21 days to a happy child
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Children are not getting enough sleep
A good night sleep can benefit your child's health and wellbeing.
Make Bath times Fun and Relaxing
Bath times can very stressful. Bath times can be a great opportunity for you to enjoy quality relaxing time with your family. Rather than dreading it, you can make it into a special magical and creative time.
Smell your way to relaxation
Aromatherapy uses various oils to enhance mood states, bring relaxation and improve general health and well being.
A new report by the Daily Mail suggests that sleep deprivation at a young age can lead to issues in later life including drink and drug abuse, behavioural problems and violence.
With the recent recession – stress levels in children have risen: 1 in 5 have now been diagnosed with mental health issues (The Telegraph 2009). Other contributing factors to child anxiety include school worries, peer pressures, cyber-bullying and the rise of mobile phone technologies.
It is essential that we actively encourage our children to take a step back from the external factors of today that influence them and have time to themselves to relax and de-stress.
Children’s brains are still developing until the age of 21 – so regular relaxation is the key to help your child sleep better and in turn, have a healthier attitude to life itself for the long run.
Create a relaxing environment at home: dimmed lights, soft music, comfy cushions and duvet days are all easy ways to start the process.
Relax Kids have created a range of CDs and other resources to help relax your child. These products can easily fit in to any household routine: Just put a track on for your child whilst they are in bed and watch them easily drift off to the land of nod, whilst listening to relaxing visualisations set to music.