Unlike a regular blanket, which is just a light layer of fabric, a weighted blanket is heavier. It is filled with small pellets, which are what give the blanket its weight.
A weighted blanket is a great tool for anyone who has trouble sleeping, and, for the entire family. The benefits of weighted blankets are becoming more recognized in medical circles as a valuable tool for improving sleep and reducing stress in users.
Specially designed blankets can be used for sensory integration therapy and even provide benefits for children with autism.
The best weighted blanket for you will depend on your size, the size of your bed, the size of your room and your personal temperature preferences.
When it comes to picking a weighted blanket, it’s important to know that not all are created equal. The most significant differences between them are weight, material, and size.
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