Do You Feel Powerless to
Help your Child Get a
Good Night's Sleep?
Are Painful for the Whole Family...
If your toddler suffers from nightmares (also called “night terrors”), you are probably at your wit’s end. A nightmare a week (or especially multiple nightmares each night) keeps you AND your toddler from getting the sleep you need to function normally. Not only does it create sleep problems for your toddler, but it stresses you out, too--day and night.
The hardest part about dealing with toddlers nightmares is that they don’t have the verbal skills to tell you what is bothering them--to tell you what the “monster” looked like, or if there even WAS a monster in their dreams.
All you know, is that you have a terrified, screaming, unconsolable child who you are doing your best to calm down in the middle of the night, which is not exactly when you are at your most patient or relaxed either….
It can be draining, overwhelming, and make you dread putting your child to bed at night.
Imagine If You Could Help Your Child's Fears Go Away in a Matter of Minutes... Imagine The Peace of Mind of Knowing You (and Your Child) Will Get a Good Night's Sleep
Knowing That Toddlers Nightmares
Have a Reason Gets You Halfway to A Solution...
Do you remember how, before your toddler was born, he or she would kick in response to certain people, sounds, or events?
The younger children are, the more sensitive they are to the attitudes, energy, and emotions that surround them. So while you may not even be aware of what it is that your toddler is picking up on, there’s a good probability that your toddlers nightmares could be a response to something in their environment that is bothering them.
The problem is, as parents today, it’s difficult to isolate our children (even toddlers) from almost anything. If your toddler has spent any time in front of a TV or computer lately, chances are he or she has images in their mind that you don’t know anything about--images that might be causing their nightmares or night terrors.
Whether your toddlers nightmares are related to the stress happening in your own life, or the images they’ve seen or heard through the media, there is help.
1-2-3 Process Will Stop Your Toddlers Nightamres
You Need Access to the Right Tools to Handle Your Toddlers Nightmares….
You see, parenting isn’t about protecting and isolating our children from everything in the world that could possibly hurt or upset them. It’s about equipping them with the skills, tools and confidence to successfully navigate through their environment, obstacles and all.
All of us, toddlers, children and adults alike need to find strategies and techniques for managing the level of stress in our lives.
The same goes for toddlers nightmares.
You might think your child is too young to learn how to relieve their stress and fears.
In fact, your child has probably already found a few. Coddling a favorite blanket or toy, sucking a thumb, or light humming to themselves are strategies that many toddlers use to soothe themselves.
But, as you’ve obviously realized, your toddler’s self-soothing strategies aren’t enough to keep them from the nightmares and night terrors they (and you!) have been suffering from.
Even as adults, we don’t always have effective strategies for handling our worries and anxieties.
But there is a very simple--and most importantly, very effective--strategy for helping children resolve and gain relief from their fears.
And the best part is, they don’t even have to be able to TALK for it to work!
In fact, this process can bring nights of restful sleep for you and your child for years to come. Just listen to what this mother's experience...