Tag Archives: insomnia

Who can a weighted blanket help? (Are they just for kids?)

Some people think that weighted blankets are just for kids. That's not true! A grownup can have issues that affect the nervous system, including  SPD (sensory processing disorder) ADHD, Autism and Aspergers Syndrome.  We sell blankets to many children and adults  with these disorders. Some people have trouble with naturally falling asleep, many suffer from sleep issues, in fact 22 Million (about...

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Fitbit Device Measures Improved Sleep with Mosaic Weighted Blankets

Wearable Fitness Devices Track a Better Night’s Sleep 

Poor sleep plagues 40% of adults. Yet, sleep is so fundamental to our overall health; so how can we improve our natural sleep rhythm? Part of the answer is in increasing our awareness of our daily sleeping habits, gaining insights beyond, “I’m not getting enough sleep!” Read More »

Kids having SPD can get a good night’s sleep

Another testimonial we just received...

"Want to say thank you! We got a blanket from Mosaic Weighted Blankets as a gift and (it) has been the best thing for my SPD son! He asks for it as soon as we get home!"

[caption id="attachment_1018" align="alignright" width="206"] Curled up with his Mosaic Weighted Blanket...[/caption]

Look at this fellow sleep with the help of...

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Natural Sleep Aid May Ease Adult & Teen Sleep Disorders

A weighted blanket, used in conjunction with improved sleep habits, may be an affordable natural alternative to sleep medication and behavioral therapies

AUSTIN, Texas, Aug. 6, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Poor sleep habits plague many of us; 40% of adults say they have occasional insomnia. We go to bed too late, have caffeine or alcohol at night, interrupting natural sleep patterns, or we overstimulate...

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Alzheimer’s Sundowning – How to Cope and Get Some Sleep

[caption id="attachment_788" align="alignright" width="240"] A Mosaic Weighted Blanket may provide calming for an Alzheimer's patient suffering from sundowning symptoms[/caption]

If you are a caregiver of a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease, you may find yourself dealing with something called, “Sundowning”.

Sundowning typically occurs in the middle stages of Alzheimer’s and is thought to strike about 20% of Alzheimer’s patients.

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Mosaic Weighted Blankets Sponsors The Golden Hat Foundation

Austin, Texas. June 29, 2013: News release.    

Mosaic Weighted Blankets® today announced its sponsorship of The Golden Hat Foundation. Along with the company’s financial support of the non-profit’s fundraising efforts, founder Laura LeMond is encouraging local families to participate in the foundation’s...

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PTSD – It Isn’t Just Combat-related, It’s Life

Mosaic Weighted Blankets® just issued its latest press release which focuses on Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). And although it is a well-known problem for veterans, it is no longer the case that just combat soldiers are being diagnosed with the disease...surprisingly, as many as 7-8% of the US population will have Read More »

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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Mosaic Weighted Blankets: A Better Night’s Sleep

You'll be seeing a lot of press activity in the coming weeks from Mosaic Weighted Blankets®. We are trying to get the good word out on all of the great customer testimonials that we have been collecting, as well as some of the new research that we keep coming across on all of the benefits of weighted...

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A weighted blanket brings relief to a family with sleep issues

When Theresa discovered Mosaic Weighted Blankets online, she knew her friend and single-mom, Isabel, needed to have one in her household. Isabel has two boys, ages 16 and 10. Her 10 year old, David, is the one who would benefit from weighted blanket therapy.

David has significant ADHDHe...

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