http://www.archives-zoliennes.fr/?vuiere=site-rencontre-gratuite-eu&ea2=21 Weighted blankets have long been used in hospitals with patients suffering trauma, There is something about the added weight – ideally 10% of the patient’s body weight, that helps soothe the nervous system.
go to link I recently had one made for my eldest who, like me is a nervous sleeper. She has nightmares regularly and can find it very difficult to get to sleep. When I first introduced the blankey, I combined it with a gentle rocking movement to help slow her mind down and put her in her body. It’s a great sensory integration activity.
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