Posts tagged "how to stop very intense tantrums"
One of the main techniques we love using to help little kids calm down during a temper tantrum is taking 3 to 5 deep breaths.
Deep breathing has shown to help with self-regulation, anxiety, stress, concentration and overall changing our emotional state. However, it can sometimes be tricky to teach deep breathing to little children.
Here are a few ideas we love:
Often times when little kids have an emotional outburst, they are unable to express themselves verbally. We can ask them what happened and how we can make them feel better... and all we get back is more screaming and tears.
Here's how we get them to express themselves with Tantrum Fix:
Are my toddler's tantrums normal? A note on very intense tantrums and when to seek professional help
How can you tell if your kid's tantrums are normal? Are very intense tantrums happening in your house?
Persistent and severe tantrums can sometimes be a sign of developmental issues or health problems.
Keep reading to find out the main signs that indicate you need professional help.