Dr Sabine Hoffmann
These blankets can induce a spontaneous feeling of calmness, in short, ‘all is well’ on a physical and, therefore, psychological level.
Psychologist and Child and Adolescent Psychotherapist
Hugging someone to comfort them, hugging a child to calm them down - these are proven methods to reduce stress.
Naturopath/Homeopath in psychotherapy
My patients find it easier to regulate their breathing rate. As a result, they relax much faster and can concentrate better on their inner needs.
Social educator and educator
My students often tell me that they have difficulty concentrating. I am happy to recommend the relaxing weighted blanket.
Occupational therapist and sleep consultant
I'm a huge fan of weighted blankets! I highly recommend them both privately and professionally.
While anxiety levels decrease, deep pressure stimulation creates a sense of security that is often lacking, especially in traumatized people, and can lead to difficulty falling asleep and staying asleep.
Child and Youth Psychotherapist and PTSD Therapist
It's just nice to see a patient's restlessness diminish over a short period of time.