5 minute guided meditation to calm anger in children

On Podcast: In this exercise you will find a way to control those attacks of anger, despair and anger in your children. It will only take 5 minutes to activate your imagination and find peace with this mental training. Namaste!

Meditation is based on concentration, the little ones can exercise their mind with this practice.

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Meditation is based on concentration, the little ones can exercise their mind with this practice.

A common behavior throughout the day is that the brain of the smallest is exhausted and needs a few minutes to recover. Some of them respond to this pattern of behavior with anger, anger crisis and crying, this occurs because in their daily lives they must have a moment of disconnection to relax, breathe and return to their activities. Meditation is a good tool for children to have that space with themselves, where they recognize and learn to handle those states of “imbalance” that can lead them to experience feelings of frustration and mental heaviness. You may be interested in: Top 4: El Espectador’s recommended meditations to heal emotions

La American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) is an organization that has taken on the task of calling on parents to include this habit in their children’s routines, of course, with a permanent accompaniment that guides the process and also serves as a tool for some institutions educational to implement it in children’s activities while away from home. Be sure to read: Guided meditation to beat insomnia

Listen to a 5-minute guided meditation to calm anger in children

The exercise of meditation in children (as in adults) works from concentration and breathing, reducing hyperactivity, attention deficit, anxiety, anger and stress. Specific cases such as the Covid-19 pandemic have made it possible to analyze its effects on these, showing mental health problems. “In Latin America and the Caribbean, a recent UNICEF U-Report survey among young people generated more than 8,000 responses and revealed that more than a quarter had suffered from anxiety, and 15% had suffered from depression.” You can also practice: Guided meditation to stop thinking

* It is important to note that although meditation is an alternative to treat this type of behavior, it is always necessary to consult with experts in the field, if these are no longer within normality and become recurrent, taking into account that in some cases the diagnosis should be treated with medicine and psychology, respectively.

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