A face in the moon is scarier to sleeping kids than werewolves, monsters and vampires – and being without friends at school.
Half of British children have at least two nightmares a week, a new study reveals.
More than a quarter (29 per cent) of kids regularly have a nightmare about the ‘man in the moon’.
It’s nice of the Mirror to highlight what parents should avoid exposing their children to if they’re to secure that all-important good night’s sleep – but which company paid a PR agency to come up with this ‘research’?
Shakila Ahmed, spokeswoman for Travelodge who carried out the survey, said: “It’s quite frightening so many children across the country are experiencing regular nightmares.
“It seems the issue stems from children not having a fixed bedtime routine.
“Strict bedtime rules need to be adopted and children need to be taught the importance of attaining a good quality night’s sleep in regards to their well-being.”
Travelodge, the hotel chain, want you and your children to have a good night’s sleep. They may also have a view on where you can go to get that sleep.