1. reading storybooks out loud,
2. giving your child a back rub or foot massage
3. evening bathtime
For more on the importance of regular bedtimes and bedtime routines, see this article on the Millennium Cohort study.
Here is a link to the “consumer guide” on Traditional Chinese medicine.
For more on what Acutonics is, see this link to "How Sound Healing Works".
More on Tuina (TCM medical massage), see the Kids Love Acupuncture website or the Pediatric Tuina cures a variety of childhood ailments article on the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine webpage.
Other sleep website resources that have articles and videos are:
Better Sleep Council and the
National Sleep Foundation
Well, that's plenty to get you started in your information search. Peaceful sleep to you and your family! --Megan
For resources on Insomnia in Adults, read the following blogposts:
Part 1: Insomnia and TCM
Part 2: How is your Sleep Hygiene?
Part 3: Sleep Medications
Part 4: Sleep Resources
Part 5: A class for medics