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The soothing lavendar scent also helps them sleep.
As children begin to understand abstract concepts, their fears become more complex as well. They're scared of what they can see and of what lurks in their imagination -- the monster under the bed, things that go bump in the night, and what might happen when Mom and Dad aren't nearby. Since children have a hard time distinguishing fact from fantasy, their bad dreams can feel terrifyingly real.
Don't ignore, devalue, or try to extinguish his fear with phrases like "Big boys don't get scared" or "Don't be a baby." Insensitive putdowns like these will only teach your child that something is wrong with them. Not only will they be afraid of monsters in their bedroom, they'll be afraid to tell you about other things.
According to a study, lavender used for aromatherapy slows down the activity of the sympathetic nervous system, the body system that responds to stress, which allows improved quality of sleep and relaxation.