As we begin to take notice of the impact we have on the planet, more and more Americans are looking for new ways to reduce carbon footprints, reuse resources whenever possible, and recycle the things that remain.
It’s a great policy — especially when it comes to mattresses. According to Earth911.com, “Each year in the U.S., 40 million mattresses are disposed of, and a mattress can take up as much as 40 cubic feet in a landfill.” Unfortunately, mattresses have traditionally been difficult for the average consumer to recycle.
Baby Boomers — those born between 1946 and 1964 — are beginning to retire in record numbers. If you’re one of them, you’re might be playing harder than ever before. At the end of the day, what you need is a good night’s sleep so you can get up tomorrow and start all over again. That’s why it’s important to choose a mattress that offers the perfect combination of support and comfort to meet all your sleep needs.
The United States Department of Labor Occupational Safety and Health Administration, describes Multiple Chemical Sensitivity (MSC) as “an adverse physical reaction to low levels of many common chemicals.”
When purchasing a new mattress, your decision can have an impact on the planet seven or ten years down the road. Most mattresses are made with materials that are not recyclable. This means they land (in whole or in part) in landfills around the world.
Many consumers today go out of their way to make planet-friendly purchasing decisions. They make efforts to conserve resources, recycle when possible, reduce waste, and reuse items that would otherwise go into landfills. With that in mind, many consumers are taking an interest in buying items that are “green” or earth-friendly — including mattresses. Unfortunately, at times and through no fault of their own, what they purchased isn’t always as eco-friendly as what they intended it to be because of greenwashing.
Many people appreciate the idea of natural latex or memory foam mattresses, but aren’t quite ready to make the full financial commitment that goes along with buying one. It makes perfect sense. A quality latex or memory foam mattress is a substantial investment. On the other hand, some people think that perhaps their old mattress has a little bit of life left in it yet.
One of the best loved features of PlushBeds’ natural latex mattresses is the coolness factor. And we’re not talking about the fact that it’s “hip” to buy one of our latex mattresses (though we certainly think it is), but about the fact that the mattresses sleep cool temperature wise — unlike other foam mattresses on the market today.
Do you need a change in mattress, but find yourself reluctant to make the investment just yet? If you’re not ready to purchase a new mattress or haven’t yet found the right mattress match, then a natural latex mattress topper may be the perfect solution for your sleep needs.
The decision to purchase a latex mattress is a big one for anyone who has never owned this type of mattress before. It’s a long-term financial investment in your future, in addition to an investment in quality sleep. At PlushBeds, we understand how important this decision is. That’s why we offer a 100-night trial period. This gives you 100 nights to try out the mattress and see for yourself how it works for you.
It’s not always easy to know what the best mattress for back pain will be any more than knowing what the best mattress for pressure points is. Most people will experience back pain of one kind or another in their lifetime. For some, it will be a brief experience from which they quickly recover. Others will experience lingering back pain stemming from issues such as herniated disks or bulging disks.