Should You Consider an Eco-Friendly Mattress

Should You Consider an Eco-Friendly Mattress

we already sleep less than we should and feel more compelled than ever to pay attention to the quality of our sleep. At the end of the day when we go into sleep mode, our mattress is our best friend and should help us get the rest that we need so much. But that doesn’t always happen, does it? 

The question remains: which type of mattress is best for a good night’s sleep? 

Eco-friendly mattresses seem to gain a lot of popularity with more people becoming increasingly aware of the negative impact our lifestyle has on the environment. 

But why should we consider an eco-friendly mattress? Is it all about the environment? Or is it about using eco-friendly solutions to maintain our bodies healthy in the long term?

A Chemical-Free Option Equals A Healthier Option 

Unlike the average mattress producer, the eco-friendly mattress maker stays away from dangerous materials, such as toxic chemicals, including the petroleum-derived synthetic latex and foam, the infamous flame retardants, as well as vinyl, which is produced with toxic, harmful chemicals from start to finish. 

All of these can trigger a full spectrum of health issues, such as skin irritations, hormonal imbalance, chronic diseases, allergies, headaches, fatigue, weakness, depression, as well as respiratory issues. Getting informed on all those chemicals in non-organic mattresses is the wake-up call that we needed. 

Should You Consider an Eco-Friendly Mattress

A Healthier Option Even for The Most Sensitive of People

For allergy suffers, people with respiratory problems, as well as families with children, finding a “healthy” mattress that will induce a quality sleep is a veritable challenge. Most chemicals and synthetic materials used in the fabrication of the average mattress are known allergy-triggers, including the all-present synthetic polyurethane. 

Also, an all-natural mattress means dust mite repellant, mold-resistant, and anti-bacterial materials, all of which results in increased indoor air-quality, which is what people with allergies and respiratory issues, as well as children, need to sleep comfortably. Isn’t it what we all need?! 

The Eco-friendly Mattress: An Investment in Our Health

According to sleepingguide.org synthetic materials and chemicals are cheaper than natural materials, which is why they are used so much in the making of non-organic mattresses. As a result, the eco-friendly mattress will sometimes be more expensive than the average mattress. 

But, in the end, we should perhaps see our mattress as a long-term investment into our health. The price we pay for an eco-friendly mattress is reflected in a healthy body for many years to come. 

At the end of the day, that translates into fewer costs for us, including fewer medical bills. We should also mention the natural fire-resistant properties and the moisture-wicking, absorbent properties of the eco-friendly mattress. Safe and comfortable!

Environmentally Friendly

As the name properly suggests, an eco-friendly mattress leads to a less significant environmental footprint. The organic mattress uses eco-friendly materials and what’s good for the environment is good for us. Not only we can sleep better, but we can sleep in peace knowing that we are not contributing to the slow but sure damage to this wonderful planet that we’ve been blessed to inhabit. 

Good sleep means comfortable sleep, which the breathable insulating materials used for eco-friendly mattresses achieve by keeping us cool in the summer and warm in the winter. 

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Heidi

Money saving Mom of 1, who loves to travel, cook, and of course spend time with family. Fun.Travel.Food not necessarily in that order.

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