• [Free Pattern] Super Easy Weighted Blanket To Help With Insomnia, Anxiety And Many Other Issues!

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    If you’ve ever heard of the benefits of weighted blankets for insomnia, this pattern needs not much introduction. For those who’ve never heard of this concept, you can read more here about how something so simple as sleeping with weighted blankets can be a solution to stress, anxiety, insomnia and more. Big Man’s Weighted Blankie by Tracy Johnson is a very simple blanket with a substantial weight to it ( apparently, the recommended weight to obtain the benefit of curing insomnia should be around 10% of the body weight).

    If you need help falling asleep faster and sleeping longer, you must try this pattern. You may be very pleasantly surprised! It’s much better than anything you can buy. It’s full of comfort and warmth and you’ll finally get some good night’s sleep!

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    Super Easy Weighted Blanket Free Crochet Pattern

    Ever hear of a weighted blanket to cure insomnia!!?? I made one for my husband out of Bernat Mega Bulky and it really worked! This yarn is heavy and thick, yet super soft, and worked perfectly! It put him to sleep and may even reduce his restless leg syndrome! No need to add anything else to the weight from my experience.

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    [Free Pattern] Super Easy Weighted Blanket To Help With Insomnia, Anxiety And Many Other Issues!
    Via Tracy Johnson.
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