Better Sleep and Breathing
Hint: it all starts with an organic mattress Trouble sleeping? Wake up feeling unrested? It might not be all the late-night TV, or the room temperature, or the light coming in under the bedroom door that’s keeping you up. The air content in your room may be affecting your breathing ... and therefore, your sleep. Whether or not you have respiratory problems—such as asthma, allergies, COPD, or sleep apnea—the air quality where you snooze dictates how efficient and effective your breathing is. When you breathe well, it’s easier to stay asleep longer, allowing you to get the deep “REM” sleep...
Killer Sleep: How the Wrong Mattress Harms Your Health
Are you inhaling more than air as you sleep? A healthy mattress helps safeguard nighttime air quality. If you end your days on a conventional mattress, though, you may be sucking in chemical gases and insect waste that literally deprive you of oxygen. Less oxygen means less mental and physical renewal—and less-rewarding sleep.