People often ask us, what is an organic mattress? We simply say, they are mattresses constructed from natural substances that are free of harsh and damaging chemicals. Your babies and loved ones deserve to be sleeping on these comfortable and clean mattresses. The resulting quality will enable enjoyment for many… Keep Reading

Kids going back to school after covid

The Organic Mattress Store in Hellertown Pa thinks kids face a lot of stress when they go back to school after Covid.  New kids, teachers, and classrooms are stressful as they like familiarity and comfort.  The most important time for them to recover is while they are sleeping.  As a… Keep Reading

How safe are flame retardants?

  Two recent scientific studies provide new evidence that Americans are widely exposed to flame retardants that may pose worrisome health risks and may not even provide much fire protection. In tests of 102 residential couches purchased in the U.S. from 1985 to 2020, scientists at Duke University and the… Keep Reading

Need Information on our mattresses?

Do you need information regarding organic, virtually chemical-free mattresses and pillows.  We have found that many chemically sensitive persons have visited our store, bought our products and expressed success with them.  We also can provide people with samples of the materials used in the manufacturing of these mattresses, to ensure no… Keep Reading

Organic Mattresses and Co-Sleeping

Co-sleeping is a personal choice.  A firm, flat bed is the appropriate choice for co-sleeping.  Babies should not be sleeping on soft mattresses or pillowtops. Key West mattress is a perfect choice for co-sleeping.  This mattress comes in two densities.  The 80D is a medium firm mattress and the 90D… Keep Reading

This has not been a very good year for sleep.

With the coronavirus pandemic, school and work disruptions and a contentious election season contributing to countless sleepless nights, sleep experts have encouraged people to adopt a variety of measures to overcome their stress-related insomnia. Among their recommendations: engage in regular exercise, establish a nightly bedtime routine and cut back on… Keep Reading

How much sleep should your child get?

The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends 10 to 13 hours of sleep per day for all children ages 3 to 5.  Not getting enough sleep can be linked to obesity, poor academic achievement, depression and grumpiness.  The major cause of not getting the amount of sleep needed is a later… Keep Reading

Weighing in on weighted blankets.

The idea of a weighted blanket is not really new, it is somewhat based on the way we bundle up babies to make them feel comforted, safe and calm, like being cradled in  a loved ones arms.  Weighted blankets have been known to help people who have difficulty falling asleep… Keep Reading

Sleep and weight loss 2021

There is a link between sleep and weight loss.  If you are interested in losing some weight, make sure you get enough sleep.  There is a link between poor sleep and weight loss.  People who do not sleep enough, or who have disrupted sleep patterns, lose less weight than those… Keep Reading