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CALMING EFFECTS OF DEEP TOUCH PRESSURE IN PATIENTS WITH AUTISTIC DISORDER, COLLEGE STUDENTS, AND ANIMALS

Journal of Child and Adolescent Psychopharmacology

Research on autistic children indicates that they prefer proximal sensory stimulation such as touching. Deep pressure touch has been found to have beneficial effects in a variety of clinical settings. Calming response to deep touch stimulation appears to be most effectivefor autistic disorders.

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FIR EMITTING BIOCERAMIC MATERIAL and ITS EFFECT ON LIVING CELLS

Chin J Physiol. 2015 Jun 30;58(3):147-55. doi: 10.4077/CJP.2015.BAD294. 

Bioceramic beads have natural minerals which carry FIR energy. FIR energy is well known and used by oriental medicine for many generations. An article from Chinese Journal of Physiology in 2015 explains the far infrared  ray emitting bioceramic material and its effect on the living cells.

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IMPROVING THE PERFORMANCE OF HUMAN BODY WITH FAR INFRA-RED RAYS REFLECTING TEXTILES

Current Trends in Fashion Technology & Textile Engineering

With the recent developments of nanotechnology the textile industry introduced health fabrics which emit far infrared energy. FIR energy can penetrate up to4 centimeters (about 1-1/2 inches), exciting the vibrational energy of molecules and resonating with cellular frequencies. It is clinically proven that FIR emitting fabrics promote metabolism and blood circulation in the body.

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WEIGHTED BLANKETS AND SLEEP IN AUTISTIC CHILDREN - A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL

Pediatrics. 2014 Aug;134(2):298-306. doi: 10.1542/peds.2013-4285. Epub 2014 Jul 14.

Participants were aged between 5 years and 16 years 10 months, with a confirmed ASD diagnosis and severe sleep problems, refractory to community-based interventions. The interventions were either a commercially available weighted blanket or otherwise identical usual weight blanket (control), introduced at bedtime; each was used for a 2-week period before crossover to the other blanket. 

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FIR THERAPY FOR CHRONIC DISEASES

Journal of Experimental Biology and Medicine

The literature review from 2015 explains the positive effect of FIR ray treatment on chronic diseases. It is shown FIR therapy accelerates peripheral blood flow and nitric oxide production in the cells. It was concluded that FIR therapy improves the symptoms of chronic diseases e.g.cardiovascular disease, diabetes mellitus and chronic kidney disease.

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USE OF BALL BLANKET IN ATTENTION-DEFICIT/HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER SLEEPING PROBLEMS

Nordic Journal of Psychiatry

The results of this study show that the use of Ball Blankets is a relevant and effective treatment method with regard to minimizing sleep onset latency.  Use of Ball Blankets for 14-days improves the time it takes to fall asleep, individual day-to-day variation and the number of awakenings to a level that compares with those found in the healthy control group. 

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THE EFFECT ON SEROTONIN AND MDA LEVELS IN DEPRESSED PATIENTS WITH INSOMNIA WHEN FAR-INFRARED RAYS ARE APPLIED TO ACUPOINTS

American Journal of Chinese Medicine

Little is known about the effect of far-infrared rays (FIR) on serotonin and malondialdehydelevels in depressed patients with insomnia. The purpose of this study is to assess the effect of far-infrared rays on depressed people with insomnia. 

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ANXIETY AND STRESS WEIGHING HEAVILY AT NIGHT? A NEW BLANKET MIGHT HELP

Harvard Medical School Health Publishing

Some people count sheep at night. You count worries. If you often find yourself lying awake at night, staring at the ceiling, you may be looking for solutions to help you get back to sleep. One new approach that doesn't involve drugs or doctors is becoming increasingly popular: weighted blankets.

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POSITIVE EFFECTS OF A WEIGHTED BLANKET ON INSOMNIA

Journal of Sleep Medicine and Disorders

Insomnia and sleep deprivation effect almost 30% of the people from any age group in the western countries. Insomnia has impact on mental and physical wellbeing. A 2015 study from Sweden used weighted blankets for insomnia patients. Improved sleep quality and quantity was shown with using weighted blankets.

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