The mattress you sleep on makes a big difference. I’ve laid on mattresses where I can feel each individual spring. These mattresses are beyond firm or soft; they’re simply bad. A bad mattress can lead to neck and back problems down the line. Wake up the next morning and see how it feels to roll your neck from side to side: not good. That’s why it’s important to take some time and invest in a mattress you, or your children,can feel comfortable on.
Even for your baby, organic crib mattresses are important. While he or she will only spent a few years sleeping on it, you want those formative nights to be comfortable and healthy. After these mattresses, the next mattress you buy your child should last for about ten years, the average mattress lifespan. A Naturepedic mattress is a good investment here.
Because you spend about a third of your life on your mattress, even more as a child or a baby, when you need to sleep sixteen hours a day; then it’s two-thirds. So don’t skimp. Feel good about being good to your child and invest in the right mattress the first time. He’ll thank you when he’s older.