Sensory Blankets for Autism, ADHD and Sensory Disorder Children
Parents of autistic, ADHD and sensory disorder children often face challenges related to their child's sleep. These difficulties may arise from unmet sensory needs or heightened brain activity, which can make it hard for them to achieve restful sleep.
Children experiencing proprioceptive dysfunction often seek sensory input through activities like jumping, stomping, crashing into walls, or seeking comfort in the form of being wrapped in a blanket or hugged.
Soft sensory blankets have emerged as invaluable tools crafted to aid children with sensory needs. What makes them even more remarkable is that various types of sensory blankets are thoughtfully designed to provide softness to fulfill your child's sensory requirements.
What does a soft sensory blanket do for your child?
For children with sensory disorders, ADHD, or autism, the world can sometimes feel overwhelming. Sensory blankets becomes a trusted companion, offering a soothing and secure sensory environment. The gentle touch of the muslin provides comfort and reassurance during moments of sensory sensitivity.
What are the benefits of soft sensory blanket?
We're well aware of the effects of sleep deprivation, which can lead to heightened emotional responses and difficulties in maintaining focus. For children with autism or other special needs, these impacts are even more pronounced.
Sensory blankets are designed to provide soft and deep touch pressure, which can have a calming effect on the nervous system. This is particularly beneficial for individuals with anxiety, stress, or sensory processing disorders.
Improved Sleep Quality
Bebekish signature bamboo fabric is super soft, hypoallergenic and has calming effect on kids who cannot fall asleep easily.
Sensory blanket can stimulate the production of serotonin and melatonin, promoting better sleep quality and helping with insomnia.
Sensory blankets are often used in sensory integration therapy to help individuals with autism or sensory processing disorders integrate and process sensory information more effectively.
Reduction of Restlessness
The softness of the blanket may help reduce restlessness and improve focus, making it suitable for individuals with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) or restless leg syndrome.
The pressure from the blanket can trigger the release of oxytocin, a hormone associated with bonding and relaxation, leading to a reduction in stress levels.
Many children on the autism spectrum, who may also grapple with sensory processing disorder (SPD), experience challenges in processing sensory information from their external environment and their internal emotions.
Consequently, these difficulties often result in heightened anxiety and sleep disturbances.
At Bebekish, we prioritize the well-being of your child and the environment. Our bamboo sensory blankets are ethically sourced and produced, ensuring a responsible and sustainable choice for parents who value comfort, versatility, and eco-consciousness.