Tag Archives: foster child anxiety

What not to say to someone with anxiety

Okay so you have or love someone or deal with someone with anxiety. Have you ever heard of panic disorder? Panic Disorder is defined as: "Panic disorder is characterized by uncontrollable episodes of fear and its physical manifestations, such as heart palpitations, sweating, and dizziness. Worry about having an panic attack may bring about the additional stress of chronic anxiety." People with panic...

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Customer tell how a weighted blanket can help with panic and anxiety

Did you know that a weighted blanket can help with panic and anxiety?

 

We have happy customers out there that are feeling better under their Mosaic weighted blanket to cuddle up under at night, or to grab onto when they feel panicky and anxious.

 

Weighted blankets help to increase the production of serotonin and melatonin, the “feel good” hormones, as regulated...

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Mosaic Weighted Blankets Helps A Young Child With PTSD

Susan is a grandmother from California and recently shared this story with Mosaic Weighted Blankets®: 

[caption id="attachment_574" align="alignright" width="168"] A Weighted Blanket Can Comfort Night Terrors and other PTSD symptoms[/caption]

Night Terrors & PTSD:

About 9 months ago Susan’s adult daughter, Sharon, became the foster mom to a 3 year old boy named Joey. Joey continually experienced night terrors; he’d often toss and...

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Cyber-bullying Victims May Experience PTSD

With so much in the news these days about cyber-bullying, we couldn't help but notice several articles discussing how when kids have been bullied, in many cases they are later found to be experiencing Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD); which include anxieties, insomnia, the inability to focus and the tendency to be in a hyper-vigilant state (kind of like waiting...

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