Are you curious about weighted blankets? I know until recently I had no idea what a weighted blanket was or why anyone would want one. I’ve learned that weighted blankets can be used for anxiety! Well, that made me want one because both my husband and I have anxiety.
Racobi luxury weighted blankets with outrageously cozy minky cover AND a cool, breathable cotton cover for better sleep whatever the heat. Weighted blanket filling tiny precision-engineered weighted glass beads create a feeling like being hugged gently all over your body, reducing anxiety and stress. This increases serotonin, which contributes to feelings of well-being and decreases cortisol, which is your body’s main stress-hormone.Give the gift of a perfect night’s sleep this holiday season.
How do Weighted Blankets Work?
Sleep through the night and decrease anxiety. | Experience a deeper, more restful sleep. | Reduce stress and feel relaxed and calm.
Weighted blankets have become a popular sleep accessory for many adults and children. Racobi blankets have hundreds of millions of tiny glass beads with the consistency of salt add weight to our blanket. These glass beads are not lumpy in any way; in fact they provide better weight distribution than any other blanket. They also move silently and are completely non-toxic.
Luxurious, rich and silky-soft for cooler weather – it’s 100% polyester but feels just like mink, and is machine-washable too. Two layers of completely breathable cotton – with corner ties to prevent clumping and ensure even distribution of weight. Glass beads don’t trap heat or make noise when you move. They are also non-toxic, odourless and do not emit gas whilst you sleep.
I haven’t been able to try ours yet, due to an unfortunate case of passing the FLU since before Thanksgiving. I can’t wait for it to leave our family so it’s safe to use 🙂
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