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If you’re committed to living a healthy lifestyle, you eat organic and natural foods and have probably replaced toxic household cleaners with safer products for your health. Time now to move on and create a healthier environment in the one room where you spend one-third of your life: your bedroom. Organic and natural pillows are a great place to start!

Before the 1950s and the advent of poly-fiberfill, people slept on pillows made from materials found in nature – heavenly sleep conducive fibers and fills like goose down, cotton, natural latex, wool. Rest your head on any of these natural fibers, and you’ll notice an immediate difference in your quality of sleep each night.

A pillow is a cushion that is used to support the head, neck, or other parts of the body while sleeping or resting. They make pillows from a variety of materials, such as feathers, foam, cotton, synthetic fibers, and even memory foam. Pillows come in a range of shapes and sizes, and there is something to suit every sleeping position and comfort preference. We can use them as decorative items and they can even provide therapeutic benefits.

Think about the pillow you place under your head each night. If made with synthetic materials, you could be sleeping with toluene, diisocyanate, formaldehyde, PBDEs, and petroleum derivatives. Toss that pillow out and get a better night’s sleep on something all-natural or organic from the inside out.

Pillows can provide many benefits to aid in getting a better night’s sleep. First, sleeping on a pillow can help to keep the body in proper alignment. Pillows act as a support, keeping the spine and neck in a neutral position. This can help to reduce pressure on the spine and neck, which can be beneficial for people with neck and back pain.

Pillows also provide comfort and cushioning for the head, which can help to reduce tossing and turning throughout the night. Certain materials used in pillows can provide additional benefits. For instance, memory foam pillows can provide extra support for the head and neck, as well as reduce heat retention. This can cause a cooler and more comfortable sleep. They also make some pillows from materials such as bamboo and wool, which can be beneficial for people who are sensitive to allergens.

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Some fibers like wool enhance deep REM sleep by wicking moisture away from your head, keeping you cooler, so you toss and turn less often. A latex contour pillow or buckwheat hull pillow will support your neck and shoulders. Matching your sleep preference to the right fiber and pillow configuration is like finding the right toothbrush; it’s very personal.

Which organic pillow is right for you?
Do you prefer a soft or firm pillow? Are you vegan looking to stay away from animal products? Do you have allergies? Looking for a washable kid-proof pillow? With so many choices, there’s a pillow for everyone.

Read more on our page: A Healthy Pillow

How should I care for my pillow?

There are tips on our Pillow Care Page.