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Komvida tip #8 for quarantine days
#I stay at home but sleep like a baby
Mums and dads... you're going to love this post :) Just like having a healthy diet, good hydration or regular physical exercise, it is essential to sleep well for our wellbeing as it contributes to our physical and mental health.
Lack of sleep has many side effects and, in the circumstances in which we find ourselves, it can affect our mood. If we don't get enough sleep we will be more irritable and this will affect our behaviour and our relationship with others.
Well, so that this doesn't happen and so that in these days of recruitment you sleep like a dormouse and get to sleep on the first try, we offer you a series of recommendations by age... Here they go!
For the youngest members of the family
It is important that during the day they channel all their energy, with psychomotor exercises or through special gyms for babies. It should be borne in mind that a baby's sleep is not the same as that of an adult. A baby's sleep is not established because it is daytime or nighttime.... he does not know how to tell the difference.
The bedtime ritual can be a time announced by parents through a routine: bath, massage, putting on pyjamas, breast or bottle-feeding and singing a lullaby. Babies need routine, organised repetition to learn.
Crescent Moon Find 10 great lullabies to put your baby to sleep in no time.
Baby Relax Channel English with super relaxing classical music for the little ones. Wonderful Lullabies on Spotify.
For those who are older
By the age of one, children sleep 13 to 14 hours a day. From 1 to 3 years of age, children should sleep between 10 and 13 hours a day, and thereafter the average is 10 to 12 hours at night. For children to continue to sleep well, the same sleep routines must be maintained as when they were babies, i.e. more or less strict schedules and the same bedtime rituals. But for this, children need to burn off energy.
During these days it is important to continue with the exercise routine so that they arrive tired at the end of the day. Here are some activities for your children which, as well as being fun, have positive benefits for their physical and mental development and for their health.
Yoga for children is a great way to combine play with relaxation, concentration and balance. Here are some links for them or to do with the family:
Yoga for children with Brenda Medina A special yoga class for children that will bring them balance.
Wellness Channel yoga for children which, as well as giving them energy to play, gives them the ability to concentrate, study better and resources to relax. And also some exercise tables in case they don't feel up to yoga.
Elena Guerrero Sports Initiation monitor at www.ictiva.com teaches children how to start sport at home.
Ingrid Macher offers you a cardio workout chart for children at home.
Metropolitan offers functional training for children.
We recommend taking advantage of the evening to take a relaxing shower or bath. For dinner include nuts, tomato, rice, onion, oatmeal, sweetcorn or ginger, among others, which are foods with a high melatonin content that help regulate sleep and strengthen the immune system. And for when they're in bed... here are some links to help them relax and fall asleep quickly
Storyteller Beatriz Monteroa professional storyteller, who chooses traditional children's stories and usually does not go on for more than four minutes.
Salvat Storytelling is one of the most complete YouTube storytellers you'll find, with stories of all kinds. Its content is divided into different categories: classics, world, fables and others.
Relax Hall English song composed by Relax Hall was made to calm children and lower their tension, for those who are too stressed or agitated. As soon as the music starts you can feel an aura of peace and calmness in the atmosphere.
Disney Magic Music relaxing music to fall asleep with Disney.
Good night and see you tomorrow!
Nuria and Bea