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Discover the reasons why parents and kids love weighted blankets
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Discover the reasons why parents and kids love weighted blankets

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Blankets need to give consistent and thorough pressure without immobilizing or harming the user and allow the user to be able to move freely. During the winter season, some therapists recommend children with sensory processing disorder wear a weighted blanket on their laps and legs while seated at their school desks as a way to obtain more therapeutic pressure into their daily routines.

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Discover the reasons why parents and kids love weighted blankets

  1. 1. Discover the reasons why parents and kids love weighted blankets ========================================================= Have you found out about weighted blankets for kids? For a parent of a child with special needs; it can be a heaven sent. A gift you could never have envisioned. So let’s discuss why. Parents of special needs kids know how troublesome it can be to quiet them when they are disturbed or panicked. Most guardians or caretakers of these kids take in the child’s signs and know when the child needs comfort. Weighted blanket for kids is one moderately viable quieting apparatus, particularly to help your kid rest. These blankets have little weights sewn into them so the weight is uniformly dispersed. The weighted blanket for kids is a sort of weight treatment to discharge serotonin and help the kid quiet down. Research has shown that, weighted blankets for kids helps cure the early stages of anxiety, depression, PTSD, ADHD, Autism, Sensory processing Disorders, ADD, Alzheimer’s, Anxiety Disorder, Asperger’s Syndrome, Bi-Polar Disorder, Epilepsy, FAS, Insomnia, Cerebral Palsy, Dementia, Down’s Syndrome, Parkinson’s Disease, Pervasive Development Disorder, Restless Leg Syndrome, Sensory integration and Tourette’s Syndrome. This is the reason why parents purchase a weighted blanket that weighs 10 percent of the user's body weight plus one pound or as suggested by your doctor, Occupational or Physical therapist’s recommendation. Blankets need to give consistent and thorough pressure without immobilizing or harming the user and allow the user to be able to move freely. During the winter season, some therapists recommend children with sensory processing disorder wear a weighted blanket on their laps and legs while seated at their school desks as a way to obtain more therapeutic pressure into their daily routines. This is the reason why every parent should use weighted blankets for their kids. As these blankets provide cushion, comfort, and care all at the same time.

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