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bedtime routines

Getting kids ready for bed can be quite a challenge. The mere mention of bedtime seems to awaken them, leaving parents frustrated.

start with webe

webe kälm offers a great solution to ease this transition. It helps create a peaceful bedtime routine and calms kids down from their active day to get ready for a good night's sleep.

not just a test

Imagine sitting for your exam after preparing all night. Your heart is thumping with nerves, and it's hard to stay focused.

kälm before you begin

webe kälm is designed precisely for this moment, to calm those nervous jitters and restore balance to your mind and body. It's here to help you maintain laser-sharp focus on the task at hand.

when your body is changing

The effects of hormonal imbalances can vary in how they manifest in each child's body. These changes can catch adults by surprise, leaving them perplexed and searching for the most effective approach to address them.

kälm before getting upset

webe kälm serves as an excellent means to forge a connection with children. By initiating the journey with webe kälm, the primary aim is to foster mutual comprehension, creating an environment that encourages children to adopt an open-minded approach to communication.

teddy's arm broke

In any situation, it's essential to recognize that a tantrum is a valid response for a child whose mind and body might be feeling overwhelmed.

keep kälm

As they may not yet have the maturity to manage their emotions fully, gently encouraging them to pause and use their webe kälm can make a significant difference. Within a minute, you can witness an anxious child transition from a tantrum to a state of calmness.

outward nervous habbits

The jitters we experience are genuine, often arising from the natural uneasiness we all feel at times.

reflect what's going on inside

That's precisely when webe kälm comes into play. It's designed for such moments when we need a helping hand. While we know that deep breathing can bring calmness, now there's a tool that allows parents to stand alongside their children and guide them.

When you get upset

No matter if it's an actual injury or your child is completely overwhelmed, we've witnessed those moments when they are gasping for air amidst sobs.

kälm to regain control

webe kälm, combined with gentle coaching from an adult during their breaths, can transform a child's uncontrollable sobs into a state of calmness. This allows for a mature conversation to occur, even in the most challenging situations.

When you don't understand

The struggle with homework is real. It can seem confusing for a child. Trying to grasp the questions and arriving at incorrect answers can pile on the pressure and anxiety.

kälm to open your mind

webe kälm can give them a chance to find balance before diving into the challenging aspects of their homework. It sets the stage for a more positive and productive learning experience.

when the decision isn't what you wanted

Being a kid brings its own pressures, and their immaturity can make coping challenging, resulting in meltdowns that leave adults unsure of how to respond.

kälm to find understanding

webe kälm redirects the meltdown by encouraging regulation. Observe as emotions ease, and consciousness becomes more focused.

the pressure!

When everything starts to feel out of control. When you have too much going on!

kälm to focus

That's where webe kälm steps in – it's designed precisely for that purpose. With its slow breathing exercises and the visual focus on the ball, the child gains clarity, and their focus sharpens. It's the perfect tool to help them zone in and stay on track when it counts.

when too much is going on

When children are pulled in various directions by numerous factors, they can quickly go from feeling fine to completely out of balance.

keep kälm

webe kälm is crafted precisely for this — aiding children in grasping and applying the proven effectiveness of centuries of research. Its aim is to empower them to lead a life full of serenity, mindfulness, purpose, and unwavering focus.

bedtime routines

Getting kids ready for bed can be quite a challenge. The mere mention of bedtime seems to awaken them, leaving parents frustrated.

start with webe

webe kälm offers a great solution to ease this transition. It helps create a peaceful bedtime routine and calms kids down from their active day to get ready for a good night's sleep.

not just a test

Imagine sitting for your exam after preparing all night. Your heart is thumping with nerves, and it's hard to stay focused.

kälm before you begin

webe kälm is designed precisely for this moment, to calm those nervous jitters and restore balance to your mind and body. It's here to help you maintain laser-sharp focus on the task at hand.

when your body is changing

The effects of hormonal imbalances can vary in how they manifest in each child's body. These changes can catch adults by surprise, leaving them perplexed and searching for the most effective approach to address them.

kälm before getting upset

webe kälm serves as an excellent means to forge a connection with children. By initiating the journey with webe kälm, the primary aim is to foster mutual comprehension, creating an environment that encourages children to adopt an open-minded approach to communication.

teddy's arm broke

In any situation, it's essential to recognize that a tantrum is a valid response for a child whose mind and body might be feeling overwhelmed.

keep kälm

As they may not yet have the maturity to manage their emotions fully, gently encouraging them to pause and use their webe kälm can make a significant difference. Within a minute, you can witness an anxious child transition from a tantrum to a state of calmness.

outward nervous habbits

The jitters we experience are genuine, often arising from the natural uneasiness we all feel at times.

reflect what's going on inside

That's precisely when webe kälm comes into play. It's designed for such moments when we need a helping hand. While we know that deep breathing can bring calmness, now there's a tool that allows parents to stand alongside their children and guide them.

When you get upset

No matter if it's an actual injury or your child is completely overwhelmed, we've witnessed those moments when they are gasping for air amidst sobs.

kälm to regain control

webe kälm, combined with gentle coaching from an adult during their breaths, can transform a child's uncontrollable sobs into a state of calmness. This allows for a mature conversation to occur, even in the most challenging situations.

When you don't understand

The struggle with homework is real. It can seem confusing for a child. Trying to grasp the questions and arriving at incorrect answers can pile on the pressure and anxiety.

kälm to open your mind

webe kälm can give them a chance to find balance before diving into the challenging aspects of their homework. It sets the stage for a more positive and productive learning experience.

when the decision isn't what you wanted

Being a kid brings its own pressures, and their immaturity can make coping challenging, resulting in meltdowns that leave adults unsure of how to respond.

kälm to find understanding

webe kälm redirects the meltdown by encouraging regulation. Observe as emotions ease, and consciousness becomes more focused.

the pressure!

When everything starts to feel out of control. When you have too much going on!

kälm to focus

That's where webe kälm steps in – it's designed precisely for that purpose. With its slow breathing exercises and the visual focus on the ball, the child gains clarity, and their focus sharpens. It's the perfect tool to help them zone in and stay on track when it counts.

when too much is going on

When children are pulled in various directions by numerous factors, they can quickly go from feeling fine to completely out of balance.

keep kälm

webe kälm is crafted precisely for this — aiding children in grasping and applying the proven effectiveness of centuries of research. Its aim is to empower them to lead a life full of serenity, mindfulness, purpose, and unwavering focus.

what's included

indicator

When the correct level of air pressure is blown into the breathing tube, the ball will rise in the indicator. It will remain airborne for as long as you exhale, allowing for visual concentration on the elevated ball.

"webe in this together" bracelets

The most pivotal moment for fostering a strong bond between kids and parents is when they work together. Each webe kälm set contains a child-sized and adult-sized L/XL bracelet. These bracelets serve as a constant reminder to find a more constructive approach during moments of frustration.

breathe tube

The ergonomically designed breathe tube enables restful lips to breathe effortlessly into the webe kälm. Insert the indicaot into the breathe tube to observe the visual effects of slow exhalation and listen to the soothing white noise. For a more discreet experience, the Indicator can be used optionally.

storage on the go

Keep your webe kälm clean and protected by removing the indicator from the breathe tube, placing them in the storage bag, and securing the cords. This allows you to easily carry your webe kälm in a school bag, purse, glove box, or stored in the junk drawer.

"This miracle tool changed my failing approach to fits. Not only does it give our children the power to self-regulate, but it gives me the power to finally do something effective!"

Beth W.

I wish I had found this years ago. My approach with my children is now both collaborative and engaging. I watch my children go from hyperventilating to calm in less than a minute. It's incredible.

Tacy R.

I literally watched my 11 year old go from unconsolable to having a healthy conversation about her feelings in 30 seconds. I can't believe it.

Ryan D.

This has changed my relationship with my daughter for the better. I only wish I remembered to use it when I'm angry to calm myself!

Jenna M.

01

understanding the parasympathetic nervous system

Imagine your body as a car with different modes. The parasympathetic nervous system is the "slow down and relax" mode. When you're active and playing, it's in the "go fast" mode (the sympathetic nervous system). But when it's time to rest, sleep, or eat, it switches to "slow down and relax."

In this mode, your heart beats slower, your body helps with digestion, and it's similar to a cozy nap for your insides. It's the part that helps you feel calm and balanced after being busy or a little scared. So, the parasympathetic nervous system is the relaxing mode for your body, ensuring you feel good and balanced inside.

02

slow extended exhalation

Breathing slowly and exhaling through the mouthpiece has an immediate calming effect. Studies have shown that this technique enhances flexibility in the autonomic, cerebral, and psychological aspects of our body.

It's linked to parasympathetic activity, which helps control emotions and overall well-being. This technique increases Heart Rate Variability and Respiratory Sinus Arrhythmia, with changes in Central Nervous System activity. EEG studies show increased alpha power and reduced theta power. Additionally, MRI studies reveal increased activity in various brain structures, leading to increased comfort, relaxation, pleasantness, vigor, and alertness, while reducing symptoms of anxiety, depression, anger, and confusion.

03

visual focus

When we practice focused attention with webe kälm, it helps us stay calm when things get tough and makes us better at handling problems.

Imagine it like playing a game where you keep a ball in the air. This game helps our minds stay focused and not get too upset. Scientists found that when we play this game, our brains work better. The part of our brain that helps us control our feelings gets stronger, and the part that makes us feel really upset gets quieter. This helps train our brains to be strong and calm, which helps us when we face things that make us feel unhappy.

04

auditory regulation

When you use webe kälm and breathe out, it makes a soothing, calming sound we call "white noise." It's similar to the gentle sounds babies hear when they're in their mommies' tummies.

These familiar sounds can help kids feel relaxed and sleep better. It's like having a friend that helps you feel calm and sleep well.

05

co-regulation

Fostering a collective sense of calmness within our community is the ultimate objective. It's vital for adults to actively participate in assisting children, rather than simply substituting "calm down" with "go use your webe!"

  • wee (age 3-8): This is particularly important for young children who require guidance and cooperation from adults. It's helpful to let them know that you also need moments of calm and by counting seconds while they use webe kälm creates connection. They appreciate knowing you're invested in the process.
  • Tween (age 9-12): There's often a snarky response when asked to calm down, "I am calm!" It no longer needs to be a contentious battle of "you vs. them" to determine calmness. webe kälm provides feedback to help tweens gauge their state of calm. If they are calm, they can exhale slowly and keep the ball aloft. If they're not, the feedback can help prevent a tense situation from escalating into an argument.
  • teen (age 13+): In the teenage years, where self-awareness is burgeoning, webe kälm offers feedback to determine if they are balanced and calm or if they need to regain balance. They can use webe kälm with or without the indicator discreetly during moments when they prefer not to draw attention.
01

understanding the parasympathetic nervous system

Imagine your body as a car with different modes. The parasympathetic nervous system is the "slow down and relax" mode. When you're active and playing, it's in the "go fast" mode (the sympathetic nervous system). But when it's time to rest, sleep, or eat, it switches to "slow down and relax."

In this mode, your heart beats slower, your body helps with digestion, and it's similar to a cozy nap for your insides. It's the part that helps you feel calm and balanced after being busy or a little scared. So, the parasympathetic nervous system is the relaxing mode for your body, ensuring you feel good and balanced inside.

02

slow extended exhalation

Breathing slowly and exhaling through the mouthpiece has an immediate calming effect. Studies have shown that this technique enhances flexibility in the autonomic, cerebral, and psychological aspects of our body.

It's linked to parasympathetic activity, which helps control emotions and overall well-being. This technique increases Heart Rate Variability and Respiratory Sinus Arrhythmia, with changes in Central Nervous System activity. EEG studies show increased alpha power and reduced theta power. Additionally, MRI studies reveal increased activity in various brain structures, leading to increased comfort, relaxation, pleasantness, vigor, and alertness, while reducing symptoms of anxiety, depression, anger, and confusion.

03

visual focus

When we practice focused attention with webe kälm, it helps us stay calm when things get tough and makes us better at handling problems.

Imagine it like playing a game where you keep a ball in the air. This game helps our minds stay focused and not get too upset. Scientists found that when we play this game, our brains work better. The part of our brain that helps us control our feelings gets stronger, and the part that makes us feel really upset gets quieter. This helps train our brains to be strong and calm, which helps us when we face things that make us feel unhappy.

04

auditory regulation

When you use webe kälm and breathe out, it makes a soothing, calming sound we call "white noise." It's similar to the gentle sounds babies hear when they're in their mommies' tummies.

These familiar sounds can help kids feel relaxed and sleep better. It's like having a friend that helps you feel calm and sleep well.

05

co-regulation

Fostering a collective sense of calmness within our community is the ultimate objective. It's vital for adults to actively participate in assisting children, rather than simply substituting "calm down" with "go use your webe!"

  • wee (age 3-8): This is particularly important for young children who require guidance and cooperation from adults. It's helpful to let them know that you also need moments of calm and by counting seconds while they use webe kälm creates connection. They appreciate knowing you're invested in the process.
  • Tween (age 9-12): There's often a snarky response when asked to calm down, "I am calm!" It no longer needs to be a contentious battle of "you vs. them" to determine calmness. webe kälm provides feedback to help tweens gauge their state of calm. If they are calm, they can exhale slowly and keep the ball aloft. If they're not, the feedback can help prevent a tense situation from escalating into an argument.
  • teen (age 13+): In the teenage years, where self-awareness is burgeoning, webe kälm offers feedback to determine if they are balanced and calm or if they need to regain balance. They can use webe kälm with or without the indicator discreetly during moments when they prefer not to draw attention.

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My kid won't go to bed

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Bedtime has become a nightmare in our house lately. My 6 year old son refuses to go to bed. He will take forever to brush his teeth, then he wants multiple stories and songs, he won’t settle down ...

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