Amazon’s best-selling weighted blanket is 50% off


If racing thoughts and excessive worrying have been keeping you up at night, you’re far from alone. According to the Sleep Foundation, anxiety is one of the most common mental health problems in America and is often linked to sleep problems, which can have serious and lasting effects on the health of the body. But if you’re looking for a natural way to fall asleep faster at night (this is doesn’t involve popping more melatonin), a weighted blanket may be the answer. And lucky for you, one of Amazon’s best-selling weighted blankets is right now on Major sale for Black Friday!

The Zonli weighted blanket will usually run you around $80 on Amazon for the Queen size, 20 lbs. version. But for Black Friday, Amazon has reduced the price by 50%…and gave Amazon Prime members the chance to save an additional 20%, bringing the price down to just $32.

To buy: Zonli weighted blanket, $40 for 60″x80″ 20 lbs. in dark gray for non-Prime members, $32 for Prime members using the additional 20% off coupon (originally $80);

The blanket features a unique seven-layer design with 5″ x 5″ sewn compartments that are filled with tiny beads for added weight and maximum breathability. Best of all, each compartment is sewn with precision stitching to ensure the beads stay in place and the weight is evenly distributed across the entire blanket, so you don’t have to worry about them at night.

For sleepers who get a little warm at night, you’re in luck: the blanket is specially designed with cooling technology that will allow you to rest comfortably at the ideal temperature, whatever the time of year. And for those who struggle with restlessness, some say Zonli might be just what you need to finally unwind.

“It works absolutely amazing if you have trouble falling asleep or are anxious,” one Amazon reviewer wrote. “Even just using it for 15-30 minutes can really reduce anxiety and help get over a panic attack.”

Believe it or not, it’s not just hearsay, it’s also backed up by science. Studies have shown that weighted blankets do help reduce anxiety and may even improve other anxiety-related symptoms, such as insomnia and fatigue.


To buy: Zonli weighted blanket, $40 for 60″x80″ 20 lbs. in dark gray for non-Prime members, $32 for Prime members using the additional 20% off coupon (originally $80);

In one particular study, the majority of participants who slept with weighted blankets said they actually felt more awake during the day and had more energy overall. They were even able to remain active for longer periods of time. In another study, 94 adults with anxiety and chronic pain were given blankets of different weights (either 5 or 15 pounds). In the end, both blankets proved helpful, but most people said the heavier blanket was better for relieving symptoms of chronic pain.

It has a lot to do with something called deep touch (DPT), which is defined as a “sensation produced when an individual is hugged, squeezed, caressed, or held.” Weighted blankets are said to replicate this kind of feeling, which offers a ton of great benefits.

On the one hand, it can help minimize impulsive or repetitive behaviors (eg, tapping your feet or fidgeting). During waking hours, it can also increase attention and concentration, improve performance on fine motor tasks, and even increase oxytocin levels. Best of all, it’s machine washable so you can get a ton of use out of it. There’s even a matching duvet cover available, if you’d rather just wash it!

To date, the Zonli has over 29,000 reviews from happy customers who love the touch and feel of the blanket’s super soft microfiber, as well as the way it conforms to your body like a “warm hug”.

“I can’t even go to bed without this blanket anymore,” exclaimed one Amazon reviewer. “I want to buy one for all my family members.”

“Honestly, I haven’t had such a good night’s sleep in years!” wrote another reviewer. “This blanket helped me fall asleep faster and better. I would recommend it!”

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