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  • Calming Sensory Sheets for Children & Adults

    Discover the ultimate solution for a calm and restful sleep with our sensory sheets. Compression helps overstimulated children and adults relax, relieving anxiety and stress.

    Discover the ultimate solution for a calm and restful sleep with our sensory sheets. Recommended by occupational therapists and specialists worldwide, our compression sheets are designed to help an overstimulated sensory system relax and prepare for a good night's sleep.

    Made from high-grade, super-stretch spandex, our compression sheets provide the perfect deep-pressure sensory feedback for both children and adults. Say goodbye to weighted blankets in the summertime and enjoy the breathable and soft comfort of our sensory sheets. No need to worry about overheating - these sheets will stay cool all night long.

    Our sensory compression sheets are open ended and can be stretched over the mattress like a stocking. With non-restrictive and crease-free properties, our sheets stay securely on the bed all night long.

    Don't let an overstimulated nervous system disrupt your sleep any longer. Try our sensory compression sheets in Australia for the ultimate sleep experience, anxiety and stress relief.

    *Not suitable for children under 3 years of age. Ensure children can lift sheets off themselves at all times unassisted.

    Why we love these Calming Sensory Compression Sheets:

    • Fitted sheet that doesn’t crumple – no need to flatten them out and re-tuck it
    • Feels like a big hug: the calming sensory compression improves sleep quality
    • Breathable and silky soft
    • Specifically designed to be used in the Australian climate: keep warm in winter, cool in summer
    • Comfort is guaranteed with open-ended and external stitching.
    • A great alternative to weighted blankets
    • Perfect for children and adults
    • Alleviates stress and anxiety

    How do sensory sheets work?

    Sensory sheets work by providing deep touch pressure stimulation, a type of therapy that has calming effects on the nervous system. They are often used for individuals with sensory processing disorders, like autism. These sheets, fitting snugly around a mattress, create a 'hug-like' sensation for the user.

    The gentle, constant pressure provided by these sheets can help reduce anxiety, encourage restful sleep, and improve focus and relaxation. They essentially mimic a therapeutic technique known as deep pressure stimulation which triggers the release of serotonin, a neurotransmitter that helps regulate some brain functions, including sleep and mood. This is how sensory sheets contribute to creating a soothing and secure environment for better sleep and relaxation.

    Are sensory compression sheets safe?

    Yes, sensory compression sheets are generally safe to use. They are designed to provide gentle, constant pressure, similar to a comforting hug. However, they should be used appropriately and under supervision, especially for young children or individuals with certain health conditions. It's important to ensure that the user can remove the sheet independently if they need to, for comfort and safety reasons. As with any therapeutic tool, it's always a good idea to consult with a healthcare provider or occupational therapist before introducing a sensory compression sheet, to ensure it's a suitable option for the individual's needs and abilities.

    Why is compression comforting?

    The comforting effect of compression comes from a therapy technique known as deep touch pressure stimulation. This technique applies gentle, even pressure across the body and can feel like a firm hug, a swaddled feeling, or a massage. When this pressure is applied to the body, it encourages the production of serotonin, a neurotransmitter that helps regulate mood. The increase in serotonin not only promotes a sense of calm but also helps reduce stress and anxiety.

    Furthermore, deep touch pressure also helps to decrease cortisol, a hormone associated with stress, thereby promoting feelings of relaxation. This is why many find compression, like that provided by sensory sheets, to be comforting.