Knitted Weighted Blanket, 6kg
These gorgeous hand-knitted weighted blankets are a game-changer, promoting sleep and relaxation in a variety of settings at home.
Designed in Sweden the coarse-knit and Scandi neutral tones add a beautiful element to any home.
Benefits of a knitted weighted blanket
A weighted blanket is an extra heavy blanket that gives a snuggly wrapped-up feeling like someone gently hugging or holding you.
Studies on children with autism showed increased levels of wellbeing when using weighted blankets. And a 2020 study with 30 participants showed that use of a weighted blanket led to participants:
- Improving sleep efficiency
- Feeling more rested in the morning
- Feeling they slept better in the night
- Reducing how much they were awake at night
- Feeling less stressed at night
Knitted vs. regular weighted blanketsUnlike regular weighted blankets that are designed primarily for use in bed and at night for sleeping, the knitted variety can be used in a wide range of home settings such as your living room sofa or arm chair. They're great for snuggling, relaxing or lounging around - keeping you warm, cozy and that wonderful secure feeling.
Even weight distribution
The special knit means the weight is distributed evenly over the body - giving a calming, enveloping effect without lighter or heavier parts.
Cotton carry bag
Each blanket comes with a heavy duty cotton carry bag for convenient storage or travel.
Cool and breathable
The open weave design is highly breathable, allowing moisture and air to freely circulate, keeping you cool and comfortable. If you get hot at night, combine with a sheet for a cool night's sleep.
Beadless, Quality Material
The Nap Lab weighted blanket uses a special hand-knitted combination of cotton and spandex for great style and weight without the need for internal glass beads. The material is OEKO-TEX® certified.
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