The Basic Composition of Organic Mattresses and the Certifications That Prove It

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With so many brands claiming to be organic mattresses in Los Angeles alone, it’s up to the consumer to stay vigilant and do their homework before making the purchase. Looking for the right third party certification labels is key.

What are organic mattresses?

An organic mattress is a type of bedding made of either natural fibers or latex as described in the Policy Memorandum released by the U.S. Department of Agriculture last May 2011. Thus, only mattresses that use materials that are certified by the USDA can use the term ‘organic’ on their labels.

To be certified as organic, the fibers should grow without the help of synthetic fertilizers, pesticides, or genetic engineering. However, USDA’s policy memorandum is easily exploited by some bed manufacturers who want to ride the tailcoats of the increasing organic mattress niche. Read more from this blog. http://bit.ly/2mV35pt

 

 

 

 

 

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The Rise of the Certified Organic Mattress and Why You Should Consider Buying One

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There was a time when nobody really cared about the composition of an ordinary mattress. However, the recent rise in medical and information technologies have given birth to a more health and environmentally-conscious breed of consumers.

According to a 2016 study funded by the Better Sleep Council, mattress shoppers can be classified into five: wellness seekers, bargain shoppers, Wal-Mart shoppers, quality seekers, and new generation.

The wellness seekers, which comprise 22% of total mattress shoppers, are those who value exercising regularly, eating healthy, and getting a good night’s sleep. The wellness seekers are most likely to spend more time shopping for the perfect mattress that can support their body and, at the same time, not emit harmful chemicals while they are sleeping.

It seems fairly inevitable then, that these shoppers opt to buy certified organic mattress from reputable stores. According to bed manufacturers, the current trend of living and sleeping healthy will most likely continue in the upcoming years, giving the industry about 15% annual sales growth. Read more from this blog. http://bit.ly/2mV0bRo

Look Beyond the Tag to Know Whether an ‘Organic Mattress’ is Genuine or Ersatz

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Today, health-conscious consumers prefer products tagged as “organic” and “all-natural”. The mattress industry has definitely joined the bandwagon of marketing a product billed as non-toxic or eco-friendly.

The rise in the number of shoppers for an organic mattress should be enough proof that the industry is doing well in converting consumers from their previous bedding of choice. However, with many brands and many fledgling organic mattress manufacturers on the market today, you can’t help but wonder whether you are buying a genuinely organic mattress or just wasting your hard-earned money on ersatz organic?

Why buy an organic mattress?

Before getting right into the tips, you must first understand the reason why you need to consider purchasing an organic mattress. Some consumers, particularly mothers with young kids, are deeply concerned with the harmful chemicals that might adversely affect their sleeping children.

Since an ordinary mattress might be coated with fire-retardants and other chemicals to comply with government standards, consumers understandably try to search for a non-toxic, organic bed. Read more on this article. http://bit.ly/2npY30g

Experts Reveal Why ‘Satisfied’ Customers Still Visit a Mattress Sale to Look for a Bed Replacement

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At first glance, it might not be entirely noticeable that you have to replace your mattress after almost a decade of service. Unlike other products with a definite expiration date or show obvious signs of wear and tear, replacing your mattress is generally based on several factors, some of which have nothing to do with physical appearance, but more with its performance.

The impulse to shop

According to a 2016 Better Sleep Council sales research, while a majority of consumers claimed satisfaction with their current beds, it did not stop them from visiting the nearest mattress sale to look for a new mattress to sleep on. It turns out, consumers nowadays are smart enough to keep up with the latest mattress technologies designed to help them sleep better.

Currently, traditional mattresses still dominate most bedrooms in the country, with pillow-tops and spring mattresses taking the lead. However, more shoppers are looking into specialized bedding such as airbeds, hybrid mattresses, and adjustable beds as potential replacements for their current ones. Read more from this blog. http://bit.ly/2mV07B8

 

Look for These Signs to Know When You Should be Looking at New Mattresses

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Though you might not realize it, mattresses actually play a vital role on your health. On average you spend one third of your life on your mattress. You might be surprised to learn that your mattress can help with various health issues like cold and flu, obesity, heart disease, depression and spinal health.

You might love your mattress and not believe you need a new one, but if you start to notice these signs from your mattress or your body, then it could be time to ditch the old one and get a new one.

What Your Mattress is Telling You

Your mattress tells you when it’s no longer working like it should. One of the most visible signs is sagging. It doesn’t matter what type of mattress you have: springs break down, memory foam finally loses its memory and gets softer. Fibers in other mattress composites simply become compressed. At the end of the day, you should start looking for a new mattress if the current one begins to sag. Read more from this blog. http://bit.ly/2mV03RU

Use Common Sense at a Mattress Sale by Choosing the One Designed to Benefit Your Health

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Despite spending nearly a third of your life on a mattress, it’s surprising how many people don’t take the consequences of buying the wrong one seriously. It’s not that people don’t recognize the need for a comfortable one. In fact, 92 percent of people say a comfortable mattress is important for a good night’s sleep. However, people aren’t realizing the health benefits that come from sleeping on not just a comfy mattress, but the right mattress at the same time.

Consider the following health benefits that you could enjoy by choosing the right mattress, then keep them in mind the next time you visit a mattress sale.

Say Goodbye to Stress

Research shows that approximately 44 percent of Americans report that their stress levels have increased in recent years. With that figure in mind, it’s vital that you are doing everything you can to get not only a good night’s sleep, but one that helps you to destress. Read more on this article. http://bit.ly/2npOdLZ

Finding the Best Mattress Store is Worth the Hunt When it Comes to a Good Rest

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How much sleep are you getting every day? On the average, adults age 30 and younger sleep for 7.5 hours a night. Older people are not so lucky, however, with their sleep clocking in at fewer hours.

While getting several hours may seem enough, the length of time is not the only factor to consider in getting better sleep. In fact, experts at the National Sleep Foundation revealed that many Americans suffer from poor sleep quality. Some indicators of good sleep quality include the ability to fall asleep in 30 minutes or less, not having to wake up in the middle of the night, and waking up feeling energized and refreshed.

If you feel that you’re not rested enough in the morning, then the problem might be with the type of mattress on your bed. Now is probably the best time to consider purchasing an improved version.

Look Beyond the Prices

Buying the right mattress is more than a simple shopping task. That’s why the best mattress store will allow you to take your time as you test out their products. Go with your spouse or partner to check the firmness and comfort of each mattress type.

Note that the ideal firmness should support your body weight correctly, as it will make a huge difference in the amount of sleep you get. Try not to limit your choices based on the price tag alone. Read more from this blog. http://bit.ly/2mUZkAs