Learn how to improve your sleep without getting on the pill train. In this section, you’ll learn about sleep research and lifestyle changes that can help you improve your sleep. You’ll also pick up a few tips that will help you alleviate back pain during sleep.
Adjust the firmness of your mattress by adding a topper. Toppers are available in soft, medium and firm and 1-inch, 2-inch and 3-inch thicknesses. You can also fix a mattress that has developed indentations, as long as the depth doesn’t exeed 1.5 inches.
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If you have found a “natural latex” mattress that isn’t featured in the comparison chart below, it is most probably because it features blended synthetic latex, or a combination of natural latex and polyurethane.
The aim of this site is to feature mattresses that don’t contain any toxic and off-gassing polyurethane, gel foam or memory foam. Synthetic foam mattresses are typically treated with fire retardant chemicals. Some of these chemicals have been banned because they have been proven to be carcinogenic. Moreover, no long term health and safety studies have been conducted on the fire retardant chemicals that are currently in use.
All Certi-Pur mattresses fall into this grey area. The Certi-Pur certification was created by the same companies who manufacture the fire retardant chemicals. The chemical manufacturers basically decide what level of toxic chemical exposure is acceptable for you by certifying the product with their own Certi-Pur certification. What a farce!
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The Arpico latex company is based in Sri Lanka, a country that is renowned for its warm hospitality and 2500 year history. Arpico produces natural and organic latex foam that comes in various forms. Organic Latex Blocks Arpico organic natural latex blocks. These...
It was time for a change. My mattress at the time was a hand me down that was given to me by a family member. At the time, I thought that this gift was a godsend. Let's face it, what young adult wants to spend hundreds of dollars on something as ubiquitous as a...
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There are certain things you can do to alleviate chronic back pain. Try sleeping with a cushion or pillow under your knees or lying in the fetal position. Both these positions can help relieve the strain that you may be experiencing. Have someone look at your spine while you are lying on your side on your mattress. Is it aligned and straight? If not, check the surface of your mattress to make sure it doesn’t have any valleys or indentations. Some low-density polyurethane foam in the top layers of mattresses can wear out over a short period of time and lose the ability to adequately support your back. To check if your mattress is worn out, pull a string across your mattress. Is there a space between the string and the top of the mattress? If so, it may be time to invest in a natural latex mattress. Natural latex foam is not only more environmentally friendly, but it’s also more durable, responsive and supportive than polyurethane foam. It feels buoyant, like if you were sleeping on a water bed, but without the waviness. Try it out to see if it influences the state of your back pain.
Organic bedsheets are becoming more available and more affordable. But why should you choose organic bedsheets over conventional ones? Aren’t they the same? Well, there are a number of reasons why you should definitely go organic when choosing your bedsheets. Conventional cotton production accounts for 25% of the world’s pesticide use. Conventional cotton is horrible for the planet, causing pollution of rivers, lakes and aquifers. You may absorb some of the pesticide residues through your skin. Processing conventional cotton uses even more chemicals, some of which are highly toxic. The workers who handle conventional cotton, from the plantation to the finished product, are exposed to many chemicals, which can be detrimental to their health over a long period of time. Sleeping on certified organic sheets will give you the peace of mind that you are doing a favour for your skin and body. Organic cotton is not genetically modified, doesn’t contain any toxic dyes and is safer for the people involved in its production.
Dr. Stuart Fogel heads a research team at the sleep laboratory of the Royal Ottawa Institute for Mental Health Research. He conducts experiments on people while they sleep. This is done by attaching brain electrodes to the scalp and monitoring the activity on an EEG machine. The motivation for these extensive sleep studies comes from the reduction in sleep that adults are getting nowadays. The US average sleep time for adults is constantly falling, and people are paying the price with the health consequences that ensue.