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What's keeping you up at night?

There was a time that the only choices you had when shopping for a mattress were HARD and HARDER. The idea that "A hard bed is the best thing for a bad back" has since been proven untrue. The key to great back support is not HARDNESS. Proper support and spinal alignment are what you are trying to achieve. Learn me about the 7 common mattress buying mistakes in the guide below.


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Why do we sleep flat?

Most people cannot sleep on their back and often end up on their stomach for the night, which is the worst position to sleep in due to how you twist your neck. A lifestyle adjustable foundation with leg and head sections slightly elevated allows for comfortable back sleeping. Read me about sleeping more soundly with a lifestyle adjustable foundation in the guide below.


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Sleep naturally!

One of the most significant actions we can take to reduce our exposure to toxins and improve our overall health is to make changes to the one household item that is in direct contact with our bodies for one third of our lives - our mattresses. An all-natural, organic mattress is free of potentially harmful chemicals. Instead, natural materials like latex, wool and cotton are used. Read more about natureal mattresses in our Natural Mattress Buyer's Guide.


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