Benefits of Organic Natural Latex Sleeping

PROPER SPINE ALIGNMENT WITHOUT PRESSURE POINTS

More and more Chiropractors, Orthopedists, and others in the medical profession are advocating natural latex for waking up pain free.

“THIRD STAGE” OF SLEEP

More and more Chiropractors, Orthopedists, and others in the medical profession are advocating natural latex for waking up pain free.

ADHD IMPROVMENT

It has also been noted that children with ADHD have shown tremendous improvement in focusing with better over-all attitudes through “chemical free “ deeper sleeping patterns.

ALLERGY SUFFERERS

With the removal of the dust mite and chemical problems, added to being mold and mildew resistant, Allergists find a vast majority of their patients discomforts alleviated during sleeping hours with organic natural bedding.

MCS (MULTIPLE CHEMICAL SENSITIVITES)

Many who suffer from MCS have made greater strides in their over all well being and sleeping with the use of organic and natural products.

 

Health and Fitness News

Natural Fibers like Untreated Wool Are on Alternative to PBDE Fire Retardants.
SACRAMENTO, CA –
Sept, 22, 2003 (Send2Press Newswire) – Studies presented by the Environment California Research and Policy Center earlier this year have linked PBDE fire retardants (polybrominated biphenyl ether) to SIDS, learning disorders and ADHD in children, and disruption of thyroid hormone balance, as well as a host of other environmental concerns. By using wool, which is naturally flame-resistant and natural fibers like certified organic cotton manufacturers are able to construct a chemical free alternative mattress. Consumers may not be aware that alternatives exist or even that their mattresses are a potential health risk. But one study demonstrated that PBDEs are found in the breast milk of nursing mothers at alarming levels and that the levels are growing exponentially. That study prompted Assembly woman Wilma Chan, D-Oakland to draft a bill prohibiting PBDEs from products manufactured for sale in California. Gov. Gray Davis signed the bill into law in August, to go into effect in 2008. In the meantime, as PBDEs are used in most mattresses, customers have few alternatives. PBDEs have already been banned in the European Union and have been called the PCB of the new millennium because they remain in the environment and build up in body tissue over a lifetime. The EPA is still evaluating the associated risks and has yet to act.