ADHD, Mood Disorder, PDD And OCD
Author: Mandy Levell
Location: IN, United States
Character Length: 840
Questions received: 0
Keywords: adhd, lavendar, sleep issues, pdd, ocd, children
I am a mother of a 4 year old with ADHD, Mood Disorder, PDD (Autism Spectrum Disorder), and OCD. Bedtime has always been the worst time of the day. He would struggle with everything from his covers being messed up, his pillow is too flat, to fluffy, no matter what it was one issue after another.
I began rubbing one drop of Lavender oil on each of the bottoms of his feet about a half hour before bedtime. He starts setteling down and has even began asking to go to bed. We have now added a drop to his pillow at bedtime too.
Aydon now goes straight to bed and doesn't give me any issues now. He has even said he likes it because it helps him get sleepy. He will even remind me if I forgot. Lavendar oil has made bedtime so much less stressful in our household! I don't know what I would do without it!
Mother of three
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