“Yeah, just off these small things, there was a massive difference, just of the first night” This is the whole story… A few weeks ago we did a webinar on sleep with recommendations based our program of Sensory Enrichment Therapy. That webinar generated many questions and so we decided to pick one parent to conduct a follow-up interview to answer
In this webinar, we will be going over the factors that affect sleep and some techniques to help ease the bedtime process.
Vacation destinations and community outings can provide opportunities for environmental enrichment for a child, with a host of new scents, sights, and textures.
In addition to the phytonutrients in cherries, they also contain a naturally occurring amount of melatonin. Melatonin is a sleep-regulating hormone that is produced in the brain’s pineal gland.
Here is a useful report on the impact of Sensory Enrichment on children in daycares, conducted in France in the 1990’s and sponsored by Nestlé International. Before Sensory Enrichment was a therapy for neurological disorders it was a method of enriching the environment to help typical children develop a healthy and strong brain. Overview Sensory
What causes sudden changes in the quality of sleep and a few simple techniques to improve the quality of your sleep
Your child used to fall asleep at a regular time in the evening and wake up every morning at the same time. Suddenly, this changes abruptly, it becomes difficult to settle him to sleep, and, when he or she is finally asleep, this child seems restless, turns in his or her bed, and wakes up
The following check list can help you observe your child and recognize anxiety. If you recognize with certainty at least five of those traits, you need to help your child: