A mattress isn’t just a mattress. Just as you can’t keep using your worn-out rubber shoes because they might cause you to hurt your knees, you cannot risk developing a bad back and allergies by continuing to sleep on an old and uncomfortable mattress. If yours is 10 years old, it’s time to look for a new one. Organic mattresses offer the best value for money in terms of durability and comfort. Switching to organic might just improve your sleep quality.
Did you know that an uncomfortable mattress can cause you to lose sleep? Lack of spine support and inferior surface comfort can diminish sleep quality. Sleeping on a bad mattress exerts pressure on your hips, shoulders, and even knees. Mattresses that don’t breathe may also cause you to feel too hot during the night, disrupting your slumber. This is why it makes sense to try organic mattresses that are known to provide superior support as well as better temperature regulation. Because of the nature of the materials they are made of, organic mattresses help regulate your body temperature, wicking heat away when it’s too hot and keeping it in when it’s too cold. Allergy sufferers also sleep much better when they switch to organic mattresses, which are free from toxins like petroleum, glues, solvents, and other such harmful chemicals.
Moms from all over the country are noticing the difference. Katie of the extremely popular blog, ‘Wellness Mama,’ shared how her daughter’s sleep quality drastically improved when she switched to an organic mattress. Her one-year-old daughter used to wake up several times a night out of restlessness. The day she switched to an organic down comforter, she slept all night—and has been sleeping well since. Katie attributes this new, healthier sleeping pattern to the absence of harmful chemicals and the increased comfort of the organic mattress, and is very glad that she decided to make the switch.