Sleep Organic Blog — Organic bedding

Dr. Chris Murphy
The health benefits of organic bedding

The health benefits of organic bedding

In the modern world, many of us admit to feeling ‘half healthy’ at best, and the good news is that by simply switching to organic bedding you can take a big step in the direction of better health including immune and respiratory function, healthier skin and an enhanced sense of well-being. Read on to see the reasons why. 

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Nisa Shah
4 Eco-Friendly Mother's Day Gifts

4 Eco-Friendly Mother's Day Gifts

Mother’s Day is on 22nd March – the fourth Sunday of Lent. This is the perfect time to think about Mother Earth when buying a gift for your own mother! Here are four of our favourite sustainable gift ideas, for the eco-mums!

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Nisa Shah
Why we should all be thinking eco-friendly this Christmas

Why we should all be thinking eco-friendly this Christmas

Christmas really is a wonderful time of year, with all the fun and festive feeling. But does that mean that it can’t be eco-friendly? Are there ways that we can make Christmas more sustainable? We think so! Here at Sleep Organic we want to take a look at the ways that you can make Christmas much greener without having to compromise some of the best parts of the season. We believe that Christmas is all about Compassion, Care and Connection with yourself and your surroundings. It could be as simple as not getting over-stressed about festive arrangements, expenditures, invitations, perfectionism...

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Nisa Shah
Ouch! Are you sleeping on heavy metals?

Ouch! Are you sleeping on heavy metals?

Organic cotton will improve your health and our planet's health! A bold claim, so let’s delve a little deeper and see why. Every day tens of thousands of highly toxic chemicals are used in the production of textiles. This makes the textile industry the second largest contributor to pollution after the oil industry. The toxic waste produced is then disposed of in our rivers and seas. The waste is extremely dangerous and hazardous for our health, especially for farmers and garment workers who are heavily involved in the production phase. Our wildlife and climate also suffers with the current method of disposal....

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