by HypnoFreedom on Tuesday, December 15th, 2015 | Comments Off
Still, it has all the key elements most conducive to sleep. Umakanth Khatwa, director of Sleep Laboratories at Boston Children’s Hospital, points to three reasons for the books success: First, it’s a simple story that toddlers and preschoolers can relate to. Second, children identify with the sleepy characters, which pushes them towards sleepiness. But, most important, any magic powers the book possesses are derived from the way it’s read. “It’s the power of hypnotic language,” Khatwa says.
Article source: http://www.slate.com/blogs/the_drift/2015/12/03/how_the_rabbit_who_wants_to_fall_asleep_uses_hypnosis_and_science_to_help.html