Our Guide To Peaceful Sleep
Concerns Related To Sleep
People frequently struggle with various sleep difficulties and disorders, such as Insomnia, Sleep Apnea, Restless Legs Syndrome, Narcolepsy, and Parasomnia.
While special medications are used to treat these issues, weighted blankets can also be beneficial.
Ingredients For A Sound Sleep
Sleeping with weighted blankets stimulates our relaxation hormones through a process known as deep touch pressure, resulting in a more peaceful and deeper sleep.
- Good Sleep Hygiene
Sleep hygiene involves doing all possible things to manage factors in your sleeping environment such as bedtime, ambient temperature, bed linens, light, sounds, and so on.
Weighted blankets have been linked to a plethora of health benefits. They harness weight to ease pain, reduce anxiety, and improve your overall mood. According to research, these blankets may be beneficial for a variety of conditions, including Autism, ADHD, sleeplessness, restlessness, and others.
Our blankets provide deep pressure therapy, which relaxes the nervous system by applying firm, hands-on pressure. It stimulates the release of serotonin (a hormone associated with happiness), offering a sense of security and overall well-being. They can help you overcome restlessness and fall asleep faster.
The first layer is made of a soft fabric. This can be composed of a range of fabrics, including 100% cotton (which keeps you cool), incredibly soft polyester, fleece, and bamboo (it can be made into a very soft fabric).
Inner Weighted Portion
This section covers a variety of materials, such as stones, sand, steel ball bearings, rice, wheat, plastic, or glass pellets, depending on the quality of the product. This section can be used as a stand-alone blanket to aid with heat reduction.
Here's an interesting tidbit: the blanket is quilted on the inside. The internal layer is sewn with little pockets to disperse the weight as evenly as possible. Different manufacturers adopt different methods to do this, with the most common method using a layer of padding -> weighted material -> padding on top. Other techniques include a more costly mix of padding and weights, which helps to maintain the weight in place.