Hush Iced 2.0 - Cooling Weighted Blanket for Hot Flashes & Insomnia
- Relieves night sweats caused by menopausal hot flashes to help you sleep cool and dry all night long.
- Relaxes the body and mind to reduce bedtime anxiety and stress Say goodnight to insomnia!
- The weight of the blanket feels like a gentle hug that calms your body and helps you sleep easy, without tossing and turning throughout the night.
Your new partner in bed! Drift into a cool, deep sleep with this sleep-inducing and cooling blanket.
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A Bundle of Joy for Hot Sleepers!
Select the right size and weight! Tip: 10% of your body weight is ideal.
Replace your comforter/duvet with the Hush Iced 2.0 cooling weighted blanket
Unzip the blanket’s duvet cover and wash in low-temperature setting on laundry day!
Using Science to Ease Night Sweats and Improve Sleep!
Cooling Tech Woven Into the Fabric
The Iced 2.0’s duvet cover lovingly embraces your skin and as soon as you begin to sweat, it pulls the moisture away. Instead of becoming trapped like in traditional cotton bedding, the moisture rises to the surface of the Hush Iced 2.0’s cooling cover and evaporates, cooling you down exactly the same way your body does when you sweat.
Comforting Weight Triggers Deep Touch Pressure Stimulation
The inner weight is sewn into 100+ mini squares that contain non-toxic glass sands to provide even weight distribution. That's the key to making you feel 'hugged' and triggering Deep Touch Pressure Stimulation (DTPS) to calm down your nervous system, a trick that Occupational Therapists have used for decades to help children with autism.
Clean At Your Convenience & Sleep Fresh
Wondering if your washing machine can handle the weight? Don’t worry! The Hush Iced 2.0 comes with a duvet cover that unzips easily. Cold wash the duvet cover and hang-dry so you can sleep fresh and clean!.
Did You Hear About Our Giveback Program?
Karen over here didn't know about it, so we thought we should clear the air just in case. 1 in every 10 adult blankets and 1 in every 5 kids' blankets are donated to those who can benefit from a better night's sleep, or need help dealing with chronic anxiety or other mental health issues.