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5 Reasons To Buy Organic Bedding

Organic Bedding offers many benefits to consumers. In this article we give you 5 reasons to buy organic bedding. Read on and find out why this might be the best decision you’ll ever make.



1. Your Personal Health and Happiness

When you buy organic bedding, you are making an investment in your health and overall happiness. Organic bedding is made without chemicals and toxins, and it is healthy to sleep on. As you know, chemicals and toxins can lead to a wide range of poor health conditions, including:

  • Respiratory ailments
  • Allergic reactions
  • Skin irritation

Organic bedding also has a profound effects on the quality and quantity of sleep you get. This is because it sleeps cooler than most synthetic sheets, allowing you to remain cool and comfortable, after you fall asleep. It also wicks moisture away from your skin, so you don’t wake up sweating during the night. The bottom line is that you are happier and healthier when you get a good night’s sleep.

Organic bedding also offers unmatched luxurious comfort. Organic cotton, for instance, offers a comforting coolness you’ll be hard pressed to find in any other types of sheets you can buy. Sleeping on these sheets will leave you feeling like royalty.

Also, the fact that they are made without toxic chemicals, dyes, pesticides, artificial fertilizers, and other harmful ingredients, allows you to rest easy with peace of mind.

2. The Health of Your Family

The odds are good that you work hard to get your family to eat healthy and stay fit. You may even take added steps to clean your home with green products, and read labels on the foods and toys you buy, to ensure your children aren’t exposed to unnecessary toxins.

Unfortunately, for most families that is where the efforts end. However, the bedding that your family sleeps on at night could pose a significant risk to their health. Especially to the health of young children.

Think about the number of hours your children spend in bed each day. Young children may sleep 10 to 12 hours per day. This means they spend a lot of time in close contact with their bedding. This is yet another reason to choose organic bedding. It will allow you to feel confident that you’re doing your absolute best to prevent unseen illnesses from invading their bodies through chemicals in bedding.

3. The Health of Your Home

Your home is your sanctuary from all the worries of the world. What you may not realize is that the air inside your home is anywhere from five to 100 percent more dangerous than the air outside your home, for your family’s health, according to the EPA.

This is largely due to the improved energy efficiency of modern homes. They use less electricity and gas. They also allow less air to enter and escape your home. However, that does little to protect your home, and the people who live in it, from the items you bring into your home.

Synthetic bedding is widely known for off-gassing. That is the word used to describe the headache-inducing odor that occurs when you open the packaging on new bedding and a chemical odor escapes into the room. This is caused by VOCs (volatile organic compounds).

While the smell dissipates, the chemicals remain much longer. In fact, they can remain in your home for years, creating an unhealthy environment inside your home for all who come calling.

This problem does not occur with organic cotton sheets and other organic bedding materials. Keep this in mind not only for your bedding, but also for carpeting, mattresses, furniture, and more.

4. The Health of The Earth

For some people, it really does come down to doing what is best for the earth. You understand that the stakes are high and that decisions we make today may have profound effects on the world we leave behind for future generations. Organic bedding is biodegradable and recyclable which is great for the earth. It is also made without any of these items, which are harmful to the earth:

  • Chemical-laden dyes
  • Pesticides
  • Fungicides
  • Herbicides
  • Genetic modifications
  • Synthetic fertilizers
  • Harmful chemicals

This makes organic bedding better for you and the earth.

5. The Communities That Create Organic Bedding

As part of the commitment to sustainable products, most companies, especially those seeking independent certifications, also invest in the sustainability of communities that make their products. This includes providing clean working conditions, livable wages, and investing in the local infrastructures of the communities.

In other words, it’s a purchase you can be proud to make on many levels. Your purchase helps these communities grow and thrive, while creating organic sheets that pose no harm to the workers or the families that will ultimately receive the sheets!

Order your organic bedding from PlushBeds today, and slip into a luxurious sleep experience that is good for your health, your family, your home, and the earth.

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    Amber Merton

    Amber Merton is an accomplished writer on the topics of green living and sleep. Her work has been covered in numerous online publications. Amber has been a regular author on the PlushBeds blog for the past 7 years.

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