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Is Your Natural Mattress Store Really Natural?

July 20, 2014

You shop at Whole Foods and are conscientious about what you allow into your body and your home, but are the labels really revealing everything you need to know? Just because a company uses the word "Natural" doesn't mean it is organic. What makes our organic mattresses natural as compared to others in the market?First, we are careful to use Certified Organic Cotton, Certified Organic Wool and Certified Organic Latex. We don't leave anything to chance. Then, we ensure we do not cross-contaminate our organic materials by segregating them in our factory to ensure they are not contaminated by other materials such as memory foam and polyester materials used to make conventional mattresses. Another key factor is we do not have... Continue Reading →

Transform Your Bedroom and Nightime Habits For Better Sleep

July 17, 2014

If you frequently have trouble sleeping, you’re not alone. An estimated 50 to 70 million American adults have a sleep or wakefulness disorder, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and it’s likely that countless others experience many sleepless nights that go unreported. Getting sufficient sleep is essential for mental and physical health, but there are a number of fairly simple changes you can make to create a soothing, peaceful environment that can help promote a solid night’s rest. Transform Your Bedroom Environment You don’t have to do a complete overhaul to your bedroom decor, but to sleep better, it’s important to have a peaceful atmosphere to retreat to. Your sleeping environment should be cool, quiet, and dark.... Continue Reading →

The Best Memory Foam In The World!

July 12, 2014

"I don't like memory foam." It is a statement of fact we hear all the time in the Nest Bedding stores from customers when talking about the kind of mattress they are seeking. And let's face it, most memory foam is not something you would want in your home: it smells heavily of toxic chemicals, it sleeps hot, you get that "stuck in the mud" feeling every time you try to move and the stuff is way over-priced. So why on earth would we be talking about memory foam? You can go anywhere in San Francisco or Los Angeles and find a memory foam mattress, so why another memory foam mattress post? Memory foam is a marketing term for a... Continue Reading →

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