Finding The Best Blanket For A Good Night’s Sleep

Isn’t it nice to snuggle under a warm blanket and feel its coziness? But how do you find the best one that will take you to slumberland the best?

  • Have a combo of a light-to-medium warmth blanket and nice room temperature. Set your room thermostat on a 60-something and find your comfort zone.
  • Pick a non-allergenic blanket if you are sensitive. Dust mites, a common allergy and asthma trigger, thrive in blankets and other bedding which could trigger sneezing and wheezing.
  • Make sure you wash your blankets once a week in hot (130 degrees F) water and dry in a hot dryer to kill dust mites.
  • Weighted blankets help people who are anxious, upset, and possibly on the verge of losing control. These special blankets are filled with weighted pellets, which are sewn into compartments to keep them evenly distributed.

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