One in five Americans have a sleep disorder and nearly one in five have an anxiety disorder-and consumers want natural solutions. Studies suggest weighted blankets may create a natural boost in mood, ease stress and anxiety, promote deeper sleep, encourage athletic recovery, and soothe Restless Leg Syndrome. The Anchor™ weighted blanket combines luxury finishes with proven science to ground you in feelings of security, stability, and safety.
The Anchor Weighted Blanket is available in two sizes and three weights per size. Choosing the right weight for a weighted blanket is simple. A blanket should be around ten to twelve percent of your body weight, within a pound or two. So, a person weighing 150 pounds would choose the 15-pound option. The throw (48"x72") size will comfortably cover one sleeper, while the Queen (60"x80") can cover two. Petite measures 36 x 48" and is available in a 5-pound option.
Plus, for every Anchor Weighted Blanket purchased, Malouf will donate a portion of the proceeds to the Malouf Foundation , which fights child sex trafficking and exploitation.
- Promotes relaxation and restorative sleep
- Comes in three sizes: Throw measures 48" x 72" and Queen measures 60" x 80", and both are available in 12, 15, and 20-pound options; Petite measures 36 x 48" and is available in a 5-pound option
- Glass beads create gentle pressure
- Outer blankets are easily washable; inner blankets should only be spot cleaned and hand washed
- Removable, silky-soft microfiber cover is hypoallergenic and stain resistant
- Outer blanket features elegant channel stitching for a designer look, available in two classic colors
- 100% cotton inner blanket for all-season comfort with 10-tie system for secure fit
- Baffle-box design evenly distributes and encases glass beads; 3-year warranty
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