Who can benefit from using the BB Weighted Blankets and Pads?
BB Weighted Blankets and Pads can be helpful for many conditions with their balanced, well- distributed weight, Far Infrared Rays (FIR) energy, electro-magnetic signal reduction and aromatherapy effects.
* Note: Individuals suffering from certain conditions can benefit from BB Weighted Blankets and Pads as complementary to their medical treatment. Our products are not offered as replacement for the treatment you may receive from your health care provider.
Recent Scientific studies showed a link between sleep problems and obesity. When the body gets enough sleep, the metabolic rate works better on the next day, activity level increases.
Poor sleep also been linked to increased hunger hormone, ghrelin, which makes you feel hungry and eat more. When you don’t sleep enough, production of ghrelin hormone increases. The special appetite and cravings for sugar increase, the cells show more resistance to insulin leading to diabetes. The fat storage is also stimulated by ghrelin hormone.
Recent studies are supporting FIR’s effect on body’s metabolic speed and weight management. FIR enhances blood circulations and helps for efficiently cleaning of metabolic waste and toxins at the cellular level. When the toxins are eliminated, less cravings for sugars and fats happens.
Furthermore, cleaned and oxygenated cells are able to process nutrients instead of subsisting on simple sugar and craving for sugar decreased. BB Weighted Blankets help obese patients by regulating the sleep and bringing good benefits from FIR during the sleep.
There is a strong relationship between mood and obesity. Depression and other mood disorders sufferers frequently show strong cravings for sugars. By improving the mood BB Weighted Blankets decrease the cravings for the sugars. The weight management gets more effective when BB Weighted Blankets are used for the night or daytime sleeping.
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