A weighted blanket, when properly used, offers deep compression to the muscles and joints of your upper body, called ‘proprioceptive input’. This means that the muscles and joints get intense sensations which help you to feel where your body is in space and thus help you control it.
Worn for prolonged periods, the Calming-Blankets can help to relieve pain as well as fatigue, allowing for a more comfortable and restful sleep and wake cycle. However, it is essential to note that not all weighted blankets will work for everyone, as each person’s physiology is different, so if you have arthritis or any other medical condition, you should carefully consider using this product.
So what are the benefits of Weighted Blankets for Adults? Firstly, it can help to improve your posture, thereby reducing the impact on your spine and your joints. It also acts to relieve muscle tension, thereby relieving pain and tension. It can also help to improve the circulation of blood, helping to reduce swelling, which can help alleviate muscle strain.
A blanket also uses energy to help with relaxation. The blanket mustn’t use too much energy, however, because you do need to give it enough time for itself to adjust to your body temperature. If you leave it on too long, it could become quite uncomfortable. You need to start with a warm blanket and then, if required, switch to a cooler one.
There are also other benefits for Weighted Blankets for Adults. For example, sleeping on a warm blanket will help you to sweat more, which helps to reduce the effects of heat loss. Also, it can help to keep you warm at night, especially if you are prone to snoring.
So, what are some of the side effects? Unfortunately, there are some mild effects to using a blanket; these include increased sweating when the user becomes hotter, blisters or burns in the feet or toes, itching and swelling around the edges of the feet and ankles and sometimes, an allergic reaction to the latex.
However, some of the other side effects are more serious. These include a lack of comfort and relaxation of the bladder or kidney. Some users have reported urinary or kidney infections, while some others have reported an increased risk of developing kidney or bladder problems such as stones or kidney failure. Some have also reported an increased risk of developing blood clots in the legs.
So how do you prevent the side effects from occurring? You need to be careful with where you buy a blanket. In most cases, it is best to choose from reputable sellers.
Reputable sellers will be able to provide detailed information about the blanket and the manufacturer’s quality standards. They will also be able to tell you about any recalls that may have been made. This will help you make an informed decision about whether or not an anxiety blanket is right for you and your needs.
If you decide to buy Calming-Blankets, be sure that the retailer or seller you are buying it from provides you with the warranty, as well as advice on how to care for the blanket and keep it clean and hygienic. If you are buying online, be sure that there are no hidden fees or shipping costs.