With kids heading back to school, you might want to soak up the peace and quiet. Unfortunately back to school can be a tough time for some kids. However, there are some great ways to help kids transition back to their school routine with ease. When your kids get the back to school blues, check out the amazing advice below.
Kids need structure, which is why they go to school. They also need free time in the summer to explore creativity and give their brains a little break from all that critical thinking. So, how do you get them to focus and give more attention when they’ve been relaxing for a few months?
InTune Focus Blend from doTerrra is an amazing essential oil specially formulated to help you focus at any age. A blend of Sandalwood, Frankincense, and Lime promote clarity. While the essence of Patchouli, Ylang Ylang, and Roman Chamomile help calm and soothe your child. For a quick bit of focus, simply apply the essential oil to the temples and back of neck when doing tasks that require quick concentration. When you are looking for a bit of clarity, apply it to wrists or back of hands and inhale deeply. You can also use InTune at work to stay on task or when feeling tired mid-afternoon - this is great for kids who need to concentrate on homework too! Just diffuse it in the room they are studying in. When kids need focus at school you can dispense InTune Focus Blend in a clay pendant and place on a desk or in other key areas in a classroom.
The Intune Focus Blend targets things like: Inattention, Hyperactivity, Impassivity, Mood Swings, Hard to Please Attitudes, Poor Concentration, Unfinished School Work, Clarity of Thought, Increase Alertness, Increase Focus, and is very Calming and Soothing. If your child suffers from any of this, essential oils are a great way to help them combat the back to school blues.
You can find InTune Focus Blend here: https://www.doterra.com/US/en/p/in-tune-oil.
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