The Gravity blanket doesn’t come with a whole lot of bells and whistles – extra plush, wifi, calls in sick to work for you etc., etc. No, no, the Gravity blanket is meant to simulate “the feeling of being held or hugged.”
This hugging sensation “increase serotonin and melatonin levels and decrease cortisol levels—improving your mood and promoting restful sleep at the same time.” It better do all that since it costs $279! That’s $382 Canadian!
Sleep is a hot topic. According to a 2015 study, 40% of Canadians were dealing with sleep disorders and that lack of sleep was costing the economy billions. When it comes to getting a good night sleep money is no object and we’re spending it on mattresses, goggles, wearables, bulbs, high-tech pillows, and blankets that hug.