Rheumatoid Arthritis Leg Pain At Night – Mosaic Weighted Blanket

We need solutions that soothe painful muscles or joints. Rheumatoid Arthritis Leg Pain At Night. Living with Rheumatoid Arthritis can be difficult sometimes you need assistance stretching with deep tissue tools and finding relief while sleeping with the Mosaic weighted blanket.

I’m seeing a ton of rave reviews regarding these Mosaic blankets. I had to dig deeper and I discovered that Mosaics are designed to be 8-12% of your body weight. We are referring to the same type of sensory hacks that provide calm to people that experience clinical PTSD, anxiety, and also arthritis. The idea is to give the feeling of being held or hugged to you. So all the warm and fuzzy feelings you get from this type of input is replicated via an equally distributed weighted blanket. Most of the times you experience pain or numbness in the joints or muscle it’s because you’re not able to relax or stretch that muscle or joint.

This blanket, gives the experience of being hugged tight, which is as soothing regardless of your age.

Anyone who has experienced this sort of discomfort and sought relief understands how frustrating it can be.

So at about $150 for the blanket that can last years and help alleviate pain and help me sleep it’s a no brainer.

But beware, not all are created equally and only a few are made for breathability. Like any great idea, tons of brands pop up to provide products that are inferior for a excellent idea.

Luckily Mosaic is based here in Austin, TX and they fabricate here as well. I have been seeing some negative reviews based on the products. The Mosaic blanket appears to be among the most relevant early adapter into the fashion and we absolutely love the quality and variety they offer.

I recently went to Minnesota to get a wedding and the 30 degree weather made me wish I had my Mosaic blanket with me. Might have weighed down my carry-on a bit too much on thought.

I’ve been using mine with my Muse headband and the Gaiam roller. I’ll tell you that stretching out my problem areas has been a huge benefit.