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Adult Weighted Compression Therapy Blanket (6.7kg) ~ Helps with anxiety & prolong sleep times
Price RM599.00 RM699.00
Brand Nozig
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  • 6.7kg! Bigger size for teenager and adult!
  • NO TOSSING AND TURNING ANYMORE! Get deep and restful sleep
  • Proven to help with anxiety and prolong sleep times
  • Accomplish deep touch pressure (like a hug)
  • Comes with travel bag (As in pic)
  • Removable Outer Layer (Minky cover) to wash
  • Dimension: 122cm x 183cm
  • BRAND: NOZIG
  • Comes with a travel bag (As in picture)
  • Weight: 6.7kg

Trouble sleeping at night?
NO TOSSING AND TURNING ANYMORE!
Get deep and restful sleep
Proven to help with anxiety and prolong sleep times
Accomplish deep touch pressure (like a hug)
Bigger size for teenager and adult!

 

Usage:

Our weighted blanket utilises Deep Pressure Touch (DPT) Stimulation to gently apply pressure to the body, which releases the same feelings as being embraced in a hug.
The pressure on your body helps your brain to switch from running its sympathetic nervous system, where you may feel anxious, tired, on edge and irritable, to its parasympathetic nervous system, bring a sense of calm and peace to the mind and body.

People who may benefit from using a weighted blanket:

 

  • Sleep Disorders – Weighted therapy can help increase the levels of Serotonin and Melatonin overnight.
  • Insomnia – A weighted blanket can help you fall asleep and stay asleep longer.
  • ADD/ADHD – Many kids use weighted blankets to help calm down, relax and fall asleep
  • Aspergers and Autism – Many kids use weighted blankets to help calm down, relax and fall asleep.
  • Anxiety and Anxious Feelings – A weighted blanket can help your body transition from a state of anxiousness and panic, to a state of calmness.

Guaranteed:

Filling: Non-toxic glass pellets, Odor free.

What is in the sealed pack:

1 x 6.7kg weight blanket (Duvet + Inner) 1 x travel bag

Size:

122cm x 183cm

 

The Benefits of using a weighted blanket
There are many benefits of a weighted blanket, and many people who could benefit from using a weighted blanket. Weighted Blankets can be used to calm down and relax in many different ways. Covering your whole body to help with sleep, wrapping it around your shoulders or over you lap to help you relax and calm down.

People who may benefit from using a weighted blanket are, but not limited to people suffering;
~ Sleep Disorders – Weighted therapy can help increase the levels of Serotonin and Melatonin overnight.
~ Insomnia – A weighted blanket can help you fall asleep and stay asleep longer.
~ ADD/ADHD – Many kids use weighted blankets to help calm down, relax and fall asleep
~ Aspergers and Autism – Many kids use weighted blankets to help calm down, relax and fall asleep.
~ Anxiety and Anxious Feelings – A weighted blanket can help your body transition from a state of anxiousness and panic, to a state of calmness.

These are just some of the people who can benefit from the Deep Pressure Stimulation provided by a weighted blanket. Really who doesn’t feel better after a good nights sleep, and in a calm and relaxed state of mind.

The Benefits of getting a good sleep, and being in a calm and relaxed state are endless…..

 

How Weighted Blankets Work?
Weighted blankets work in a very similar way to being embraced in a hug. The same way a hug is comforting and calming, so is a weighted blanket. The more technical explanation is Deep Pressure Stimulation.

Deep Pressure Stimulation is a kind of therapy that has many benefits, both physical and psychological. It helps the body to relax, by applying gentle pressure, and used at night or during times of stress can help the body calm down and fall asleep faster. This type of therapy can be a great addition or replacement for other sleep-inducing methods, like medication.

Deep Pressure Stimulation works by helping the body switch from running its sympathetic nervous system, to running its parasympathetic nervous system. It helps the brain switch from “Fight or Flight” to “Rest and Digest”.

The sympathetic nervous system is the “Alert” system in the body. It’s the one that takes charge in stressful situations. When the sympathetic nervous system takes charge for too long, you may feel anxious, tired, on edge and irritable. You don’t sleep well, and your digestive system plays up. Kids with autism and sensory processing disorders can have a difficult time turning off their sympathetic nervous system.

Using a weighted blanket can help them make this transition naturally. The parasympathetic nervous system brings a sense of calm and peace to the mind and body. When the parasympathetic nervous system takes over, your muscles relax, your heart rate slows and circulation improves.

As pressure is applied to the body, it can cause the release of certain brain chemicals such as Dopamine and Seratonin, the feel-good neurotransmitters of the brain, creating a parasympathetic response in the body ( A more relaxed state), and can reduce cortisol levels (the stress hormone) Seratonin in the brain is thought to regulate anxiety, happiness and mood.

A weighted blanket can increase serotonin production. Seratonin in the body turns into Melatonin, which is the body’s natural sleep-inducing hormone. These chemicals help to put busy minds to ease and boost moods, allowing for a restful night’s sleep.

 

How to Wash a Weighted Blanket:
Weighted blankets can be of great comfort to many people. Taking good care of your blanket will allow you to keep enjoying the comfort your blanket provides.

The important part of taking care of your blanket is knowing what material it is made of, and washing it according to the fabric's needs or manufacturer's instructions.

Cold water and gentle cleaning products can keep you holding on to them for longer with careful machine or hand washing.


 

Preparing a Weighted Blanket for Washing:

Weighted blankets can be of great comfort to many people. Taking good care of your blanket will allow you to keep enjoying the comfort your blanket provides.

The important part of taking care of your blanket is knowing what material it is made of, and washing it according to the fabric's needs or manufacturer's instructions. Cold water and gentle cleaning products can keep you holding on to them for longer with careful machine or hand washing.

Read the cleaning instructions. Your blanket might have special instructions for treating or washing it. Tags on the blanket or instructions that came with purchase may tell you if there are special washing instructions for your particular brand.

Check the material of your blanket.

This blanket have a removable outer layer. This layer will function like a duvet cover covering the inner weighted blanket and is easily removed.

 

Hand Washing a Weighted Blanket:

Submerge the blanket completely in the water. Push the blanket into the water to completely cover it in the soapy water. Use your hands to gently knead the blanket in sections so you know where you have cleaned. Leave the blanket in the tub and drain the water from the tub.

 

 

Remove the excess water:

Squeeze out the excess water from the blanket by rolling it tightly. You don't need to wring it out. Do this repeatedly until most of the water has been dispelled. You can roll or fold the blanket and press on it to squeeze out the water. You will not be able to get all the water from the blanket, which is normal. Wringing out your blanket could misshape or redistribute its weight, so squeezing is the best option.

 


Dry the blanket:

 

Lay it out in the sun or over a banister. Shake it out every 30 minutes to shake out excess water and redistribute the weight. These blankets are designed to provide additional levels of comfort via evenly distributed weight and gentle pressure, so keep them as even as possible.

 

 

Inspect your blanket thoroughly:

This is a good way of checking for any damage or stains that may require pre-treating before you wash the whole blanket. Treating your stains prior to washing can prevent them from being ‘baked in’ or set into the fabric of your blanket during the washing and drying process. If you can, treat your stains as soon as you spot them. This will prevent stains from setting into your blanket, and make them easier to clean.

 

 

Washing a Removable Outer Layer:

Remove the outer layer. Your blanket may have an outer layer to protect the inner weighted material. It will be kept closed by a zipper. Undo these and carefully peel the outer layer from the blanket.

 

 

Put the outer layer in the washing machine:

Put the outer layer in the washing machine. Use a gentle or delicate cycle with cold water. Use a small amount of liquid detergent. Avoid bleach or whitening agents.

 

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