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The Surprising Reason Why You Shouldn’t Always Change Your Sleeping Blanket

The Surprising Reason Why You Shouldn’t Always Change Your Sleeping Blanket

Sleep. The routine, nightly journey into the dreamland that we all anticipate after a long, weary day.  As the time draws closer to the final takeoff on this special journey of the night, you might give your favorite blanket a hug of appreciation and wrap it snugly around yourself. Your accompanying sleep companion on this trip is a cozy blanket that will never leave your side and will be responsible for your comfort, ensuring a good night of rest.

The chosen blanket needs to help you stay at a comfortable temperature, not too hot and not too cold. Any extreme of temperature will disrupt sleep patterns, according to Alice Hoagland, the director of insomnia services at the Unity Sleep Disorders Center in New York. Dust mites in blankets can trigger allergies and asthma, and you might end up sneezing and wheezing the night away.

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Upset or anxious people can use weighted blankets to aid relaxation. Weighted blankets have pellets sewn into compartments within the blanket. They aid relaxation and sleep by providing pressure to receptors all over the body. Specialized, weighted blankets are not recommended in certain cases in which a person is injured or has respiratory problems.

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Snug and soft blankets are gentle and soothing and thus good for sleep. Rougher textures may irritate the skin, keeping you awake with all the itching.

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A familiar blanket that is a regular sleeping partner is a great benefit for your feelings of security. It’s not just for toddlers: adults prefer particular blankets. Using your favorite blanket for sleeping every night helps you develops a conditioned response, so the pathway towards sleep is faster. Sleep centers ask their patients to arrive with their personal pillows and blankets from home, which will help them to sleep much more easily. Once you finally discover your special sleeping blanket, stay faithful to it every night, and you will have good sleep. When you are spending a night in a different place and not in the coziness of your own bed, it is best to carry your blanket with you so that you can delve into sound sleep.

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Published on May 28, 2021

10 Ways to Lace Up Your Shoes Creatively

10 Ways to Lace Up Your Shoes Creatively

Perhaps one of the hardest things a 4-year-old kid can learn is to tie his shoes. On the contrary, for adults like us, it’s the simplest and probably the most boring activity we can think of. I’m pretty sure you wouldn’t want to register for a seminar on how to lace shoes, right!

It’s obvious, you don’t even need to use your brain when tying shoelaces. Look back up, I said most b-o-r-i-n-g a while ago when I mentioned lacing shoes up. But I will take that back. Why? Because when I saw the post from Diply featuring videos of lacing up shoes artistically, I realize how intricate, complicated, and creative it is to lace up shoes. That is if you do it like the way we do it on the featured videos.

1. Lattice

2. Hidden Knot

3. Ladder

4. Display

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5. Loop Back

6. Checkerboard

7. Double Back

8. Zipper

9. Sawtooth

10. Riding Bow

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