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a weighted vest really helped daughter

Postby apachejunction » Wed Sep 27, 2017 11:11 pm

My daughter is 31 yrs old and has autism she gets nervous anxious at times and she has tried
a compression weight vest , several in fact but no results .
we contacted another compression vest co and found if the vest does not fit correctly it wont work
we tried one of their vests and the results were amazing better balance she is calm and relaxed she feels better and looks better even less frazzled her autisticvest was just perfect for her it does work but the fit is important so check fit on person to get good results.
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Re: a weighted vest really helped daughter

Postby ProudAutie » Fri Dec 08, 2017 7:04 pm

i use a lot of weighted clothing and objects [including weighted wrist straps,ultra weighted blanket,ultra weighted lap blanket and a weighted waist coat] and its one of my best things for helping me with my mind and behavior.
my weighted vest doesnt fit me anymore as ive put on alot of weight from medication but i made good use out of it for years,costed around £130.
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Re: a weighted vest really helped daughter

Postby WhatsMyDxAgain » Mon Jun 18, 2018 10:08 pm

I've never understood why these weighted things make someone with autism feel better. Just can't wrap my head around the science of it. I do know that when my dog lays across my legs when I'm in bed that it is very soothing.
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