Weighted blankets - Good thing, bad thing, thing?

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7 Jan
11:51am, 7 Jan 2022
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SP I bought mum hers to try and help her sleep as, having lost dad in 2019, she is very anxious at night
but she also has a lot of health issues, 1 replacement hip and 1 that should be done so finds it hard to move in bed because of the weight
7 Jan
12:13pm, 7 Jan 2022
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Surrey Phil
My wife works at a special needs school and is aware of quite a few autistic children having them.

There is another thread from 2020 that was discussing them.


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Maintained by Nellers
No, not a poll. A request for feedback.

Does anyone have any experience with weighted blankets and how they help with sleeping issues? Good or bad? Or very individual?

Thanks, Hivemind.

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