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    • #172474

      My very bright and imaginative 7 year old has recently started asking things like “what can I do to make sure I dont have bad dreams?” And during the day asking “this is real life, right?” So I think her dreams are so vivid that she has a hard time mistaking dreams from reality.
      Anyway, any suggestions on resources or tricks that worked for you on this topic would be welcome.

    • #173663

      Sounds like a future physicist to me! I would suggest telling her to eat all her fruits and vegetables, because sometimes an upset stomach or indigestion can be the cause, and also write this down on a list of questions she can ask her doctor on the next visit.

    • #173834

      When my son was having trouble with bad dreams, I bought a dreamcatcher for his room. It made him feel better that the dreamcatcher would capture the bad dreams and only allow happy dreams.

    • #174061

      maybe check on (and decrease) how much “screen time” she is getting

    • #176584

      I think your child is dealing with stress from an overactive imagination. I’d consider giving them something that comforts them before sleeping, like a “monster repellent spray” that’s just filled with lavender and sleep-inducing essential oils!

      • #268879

        I totally agree….

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        Mel
        Mel

        That’s a good idea. 🙂

    • #229829

      My 4 year old has very bad dreams as well. I have reduced the amount of screen time and watching tv. That has done the trick for the most part. Also, she picked out a nightlight and has “monster spray” and those things have seemed to help tremendously!

    • #268847

      Turn the pillow with good dreams side up. It helps!!

    • #270102

      Or dream catcher

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