Brilliantly Kalm has the best, fun weighted blanket designs for kids that they love using.
Kids instantly feel calmer and more settled when they get to take their favourite blanket to bed.
The extra weight in the blanket feels like warm hug allowing kids to relax and get to sleep quicker and stay asleep for longer.
Parents love the removable duvet cover which can be easily washed at home and kept clean.
Inner weighted blanket comes with a separate outer cover for easy washing and good hygiene.
When your child gets over stimulated or overwhelmed, help them calm down and feel secure very quickly.
Avoid melt downs by providing security and comfort of a big hug in a blanket.
Weighted blankets help your child calm down at bed time, and enjoy better sleep with this weighted sensory blanket.
Kids (especially those with sensory processing disorder) love the minky dots and actually start to enjoy bed time and sleeping much better.
The deep pressure therapy and weight of the blanket helps the release of melatonin and serotonin in the body.
It gives their body the sense that they are being hugged all night and kept safe and secure. With a relaxed nervous system and decreased cortisol levels, this therapeutic blanket is perfect for those with anxiety, autism, ADHD, insomnia or stress. It also helps dementia, PTSD and those with restless leg syndrome.
Note: Please don't use it on your little ones or people who can't move the heavy blanket themselves.
Specifications: Size: 122cm x 183cm (48" x 72") WEIGHT: 10lbs
BEST FOR: Kids who weigh 85-110lbs (approx age 9yrs-15yrs)
Best for use on single bed or draped over shoulders or chest while relaxing on sofa
Material: Premium Cotton and minky duvet cover.
Weight: This blanket weighs 10lbs and is most suitable for kids who weight 85-110lb (Weight is produced from finely ground non-toxic glass beads)
10lbs Fun Sensory Weighted Blankets For Kids £139.99
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