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Weighted Sleeping Bag for Calming Comfort
Hard to settle down or stay asleep? Our Heavy Sleeper provides calming pressure through a versatile weighted sleeping bag. The evenly distributed weight provides a soothing “hug” and stimulates touch receptors to induce calm. With just the right amount of deep pressure and mesh fabric for comfort, kids can ease into sleep at home or at sleepovers.
Download Guidelines for Safe Use
- Use as sleeping bag or unzip all the way to use as classic weighted blanket
- Provides a grounding effect for children with ADHD, sensory integration disorder or autism
- Made by Fun and Function
- Age 5+
Use weighted products with guidance from a therapist, and provide adult supervision. Never place in crib with infant; do not use with small children. Never cover face nor restrict child's movement.
- Deep Sea Graphics: 45”W x 60”L and 8 lbs.
- Solid Sea Blue: 45”W x 72”L and 13 lbs.
- Mesh with fleece interior and bottom for maximum comfort
- Machine wash cold. Air dry.
- Solid blue or deep sea graphics, each with red interior
Large weighted sleeping bagThis is one of the best weighted products I have ever purchased. My son loves it. He is 12 years old, 215 pounds, and 5'8" and has room in it to spare. Thank you so much. He's so proud of it that he wants to take it to his friends house for a sleepover.Read MoreLove this sleeping bag!We took this camping and my guy slept so soundly throughout the night! Looking forward to using it when he needs just a little nudge to help him fall asleep.Read MoreWONDERFUL!My little guy used this for the first time last night and I must say--WOW! He loves sleeping on the floor but it takes him quite a while to fall asleep, no matter what we do to transition to bed. Last night, he hunkered down in the Heavy Sleeper and was asleep in three minutes. He was not restless, did not get up to get in another bed and woke up in a great mood! For our first night-- we are thrilled! We love the material, the perfect amount of weight and its sized just right!Read More
Answered QuestionsWhat are the dimensions of the sleeping bag? I teach high school aged autistic students. Would they be to big for the bag? Thanks!