The average adult, ages 29 – 64, requires seven to nine hours of sleep each night according to recent studies. However, getting a "solid" night’s sleep is much more than just going to bed on time.
To fully recharge, one needs roughly 45% of their sleep pattern to be in the "deep sleep" REM cycle. Your body needs to be completely relaxed, with minimum movement and no outside disturbances.
Can an organic mattress help you achieve this goal? Let’s look at some of the benefits.
Benefits of an Organic Mattress
Taking the plunge and opting in for an organic mattress can help your body get the rest you need while fighting other common ailments.
Do you suffer from allergies? Do you worry about the ongoing exposure to toxic chemicals and other problems such as electromagnetic radiation?
Here is how an organic mattress can help you address some of these concerns. First, let’s take a look at allergies.
Mostly everyone will suffer from allergies at some point in their life. Some people are prone to seasonal allergies; others are simply sensitive to irritants. Organic mattresses and bedding offer natural ways to get your zzz’s without compromising on your comfort.
An organic mattress can be perfect for those suffering from a latex allergy. Standard beds are lined with various materials, including latex, that can irritate the skin causing poor sleep cycles.
100% Chemical Free Wool is a natural fire-retardant and is also resistant to mold, bacteria, and dust mites, helping to aid in relief from allergies.
We find chemicals in many places in today’s society, but your bed doesn’t have to be filled with them. Standard beds are sometimes fabricated using synthetics and chemicals. Often chemicals are used as flame-retardants. Our beds do not contain toxic chemicals and use organic cotton or natural wool for flame resistance.
A bed tailored to you
Some organic mattresses can be customized by zone or by side, giving you just the right amount of support. This helps to alleviate aches and pains that can interfere with deep sleep. In addition, breathable fibers help you to sleep cooler and more comfortably.
Getting a good night’s rest is more than just laying your head down on a pillow and calling it a night. Getting a good evening’s rest is sleeping the right amount of hours each day, having the right proportion between "deep" and "regular" sleep, avoiding irritants that keep you awake, and eliminating chemicals that harm your body.
If you are ready to start sleeping well and feeling great while doing so, then take some time to check out the organic mattress and bedding options available to you. You might just be surprised at how much better you feel in the morning.