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Top 5 Benefits of a Natural or Organic Mattress

May 07, 2019 2 min read

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Top 5 Benefits of a Natural or Organic Mattress

Most people in Seattle are aware of the benefits of buying organic fruits and vegetables, both for their health and for the environment, but did you know that some of the same benefits apply to the linens and mattresses inside your home too? It’s true! Keep reading to learn more about the five biggest benefits of buying a mattress made from all natural, organic materials.

They’re comfortable

Memory foam has nothing on natural materials! Measured for density, resilience and support, an organic mattress can give you a comfortable night’s rest with none of the drawbacks of sleeping on synthetic materials.  Natural materials like organic latex are extremely supportive so they greatly reduce pressure points on your body, so you won’t be awake all night tossing and turning.

They naturally regulate heat and moisture

The combination of cotton and wool make organic mattresses naturally good at regulating body temperature and moisture. Cotton is highly breathable, keeping your body cool and dry while you sleep, and wool traps moisture and keeps your body at the perfect temperature for a deep and restful night’s sleep.

They’re better for your health

Synthetic materials, like memory foam, need to be treated with a number of different chemicals in order to comply with the health and safety standards that regulate fire, mold, and mite resistance. However, the very chemicals that are used to keep the mattresses safe to sleep on, can have a negative impact on the environment and your health and can result in respiratory irritation, headaches and other health concerns.

They’re better for the environment

Organic mattresses are better for the environment for many of the same reasons that make them better for your health. The natural materials used don’t need to be treated with the same harsh chemicals that mattresses made from synthetic materials do. Natural mattresses are also biodegradable.  

They offer superior allergy resistance

Wool, cotton and latex are naturally resistant to fire, mold, mildew and allergens. Pure cotton is highly breathable and allergen resistant, which is why it is widely used in the medical field and also what makes it such a good choice for mattress material. Please note: it's extremely rare but it is possible to be allergic to any natural material including latex and wool. 

Our Natural and Organic Mattress Dealer in Seattle

Looking for a Nature’s Embrace Organic mattress in your area? Visit our trusted Washington State dealer, The Sleep Store at 14340 NE 20th St, Bellevue, WA, or give them a call at 425-454-8727 to find out what they have in store.

At Nature’s Embrace Latex Mattresses, we use only the highest quality organic materials to make our mattresses, pillows and bed toppers. Contact us today to learn more about our products or to find a dealer near you.



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