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A weighted blanket takes care of the sleep of children with autism

Autism is a complex neurodevelopmental disorder with many characteristic features. Across the spectrum, several abnormal behaviours make it difficult to function during the day. Among others, concentration disorders, hyperactivity, language disorders, or difficulties in social relations may appear – these are only some of the behaviours that may be present in people with autism. Researchers […]

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Weighted blankets lower the level of anxiety

Do you have panic attacks? Is anxiety creeping into your life? Each of us reacts differently to the stressful situations we experience in life. The competitive world increases our obligations, which can cause depression and even fill us with fear. The desire to live up to other’s expectations makes many people struggle with all sorts […]

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The weighted blanket is safe for babies from birth

Every parent wants to give their little one the best. More and more is being said about how to support baby development. Adequate stimulation from the first days of life affects the proper development of the child. An increasing number of therapists is paying attention to the activation of proprioceptive sensibility in our children. Is […]

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Swedes treat insomnia with weighted blankets

In Sweden, for a decade, doctors have been prescribing weighted blankets for people living with insomnia, and patients receive them entirely free of charge. Is it a good alternative to medication? The answer is yes! One of the newest clinical trials conducted in Stockholm proves that weighted blankets are an excellent alternative to drugs. The […]

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A weighted blanket reduces clinical signs of dementia

Most older people struggle with insomnia. As we age, our need for evening rest decreases significantly. However, more and more seniors are suffering from sleep problems. Moreover, behaviours typical of dementia (for example, sleepwalking) appear. All this leads to the elderly being dependent and requiring care. The most common form of treating dementia is pharmacology. […]

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