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    Weighted Blankets?

    Good evening folks,

    I've been riding around the idea of getting ahold of a weighted blanjet. Wandering what are the opinions and general consensus on tgrm? Whenever I would get an x-ray and the nurse placed the lead blanket on; I thought it was quite nice. So just seeing what's out there


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    I've heard of these and I'm going to get me one lol.

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    I don't have one but I have heard of them.
    I like pressure and find it very comforting.
    I work with a few people that have them and I find it really helps in relaxation.
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    From what I'm seeing they are quite expensive


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    You could buy a heavy weighted blanket not the marketed ones but like use a lot of blankets
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    I use a heavy/thick duvet and it works quite well. Can't sleep without that. Tried thinner ones and blankets and they just don't work as well. I just find the pressure comforting.

    But yes, a weighted blanket is expensive. I'm seeing three-figured prices when I looked. :/
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    I have a heated blanket. I like it during the winter .... not so good during the summer though LOL

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    My partner has a weighted blanket, and she loves it. Yes, they are a bit expensive (I paid around $330 for it), but it does seem to be worth it--for her at least. I don't like it at all, lol.

    We bought ours from a local artisan who fortunately had a showroom where we could test out some samples. You should see if anyone in your area makes weighted blankets and test one out for yourself. That'll certainly relieve the anxiety of shelling out a few hundred for something you might not even like.

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    I’m going to make my own with DIY videos.

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