While we love the idea of Dream Pillow providing kids (and parents) a restful night of sleep, but positive thinking and visualization isn’t just for nighttime. Teaching kids to visualize, or “make pictures in their mind” is a great way to introduce the idea of manifestation, and there are also great benefits in education such as reading comprehension and overall retention.
It’s natural for children to experience bad dreams, and studies tell us that nightmares can begin as early as three years old. According to Cleveland Clinic, 10 to 50% of children experience nightmares, bad dreams that are significant enough to disturb their parents.
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