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Hi there! I asked Laura at Mosaic Weighted blankets if she would be willing to write a guest post for my website about weighted blankets. As a mom of two kids with Sensory Processing Disorder, I can honestly say that weighted blankets have made a “ginormous” difference in the lives of my two SPD kiddos…and in mine as well. I hope that you find this as informative and helpful as I did. Shoot, after reading that using a weighted blanket can affect the pineal gland of the brain and possibly help my body produce more serotonin and melatonin, I think it’s time I set aside the funds to get a weighted blanket of my own! (I’ve been wanting one for ages now,...

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visit to dentist chair man finds weighted blankets work

[caption id="attachment_1485" align="alignright" width="208"] Chill under a weighted blanket[/caption] How I found out www.mosaicweightedblankets.com. I'm probably not alone here, but I’ve never really liked going to the dentist. I’ve always been pretty good about brushing and flossing, so I’ve only had to endure cleanings and a couple cavities being filled. Regardless, I feel anxious on my way to the dentist and certainly when I sit down in the chair for the dental hygienist to begin her work. On a recent trip, I was pleased to learn that dental technology has evolved and they’ve finally done away with the bitewing x-ray plates. The bitewings are, or were, those uncomfortable pieces of cardboard or plastic they’d jam in your mouth before bringing that...

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Why you should chill under a weighted blanket

[caption id="attachment_1485" align="alignright" width="208"] Chill under a weighted blanket[/caption] Why should you chill under a weighted blanket? The benefits of weighted blankets can be traced back to the Mother's womb. Before entering the world, infant is held tight inside the womb where they are shielded from sensory perceptions from most of the new world they enter. As children grow, most learn to adapt to new environment stimuli such as light, sounds and movements from things around them. Some babies do not adapt well to their new environment and suffer from sensory processing disorders. Sensory Processing Disorder SPD...

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