Natural Latex

Natural Latex is produced by the para rubber tree, Latin name Hevea brasiliensis for botanists, which originally was found native in Brazil. Seeds were collected from Brazil and stored at Kew gardens in the 1870s and reared here in the UK. They were then distributed to areas such as india, Sri Lanka, Malaysia and Indonesia which are now the largest latex producers. Latex is produced as a milky substance from within the rubber tree, not to be confused with the sap. These days there are a number of plantations around the world notably Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia and Cameroon. In its natural untreated form, latex is often referred to as ‘the white gold’ due to its appearance, durability as rubber and high-quality applications. The natural milky substance is also referred to as N.R or natural rubber. The rubber trees themselves take 7 years to mature until they can be tapped and harvested for their Latex.

Memory Foam

Memory foam is a type of polyurethane foam that was first created by NASA in the 1960’s. It was originally used as padding in helmets and seats, but it soon became popular in the mattress industry because of its ability to mould and conform to the body. There are health risks associated with carcinogens off-gassing from some memory foams. One of those carcinogens is benzene. According to the American Cancer Society, benzene is one of the most commonly used chemicals in the United States, despite its harmful effects. Research and lab studies have proven that benzene can cause cancer. The International Agency for Research on Cancer classifies benzene as “carcinogenic to humans” because of strong evidence pointing to a correlation between benzene and cancers such as acute lymphocytic leukemia and non-Hodgkin lymphoma. Benzene isn’t the only harmful chemical lingering in some memory foam mattresses. Naphthalene is also on the list and is mainly known as a moth repellent, which doesn’t sound super warm and cozy. When you smell a strong, chemical odor as you sleep on memory foam, you’re inhaling toxic volatile organic compounds (VOC’s). Though the smell may dissipate over time, that doesn’t mean you’re not still left with potential health consequences down the road.

The Best Mattress for Pregnancy

 If you’re pregnant or thinking of starting a family, it’s important that your mattress is comfortable and adaptable to your changing body. Your sleep is affected during pregnancy for several reasons (pressure on your bladder, nausea, heartburn) so having a mattress that helps rather than hurts is so crucial. Here are some things to consider. The first major piece of advice we’d like to offer is to avoid memory foam mattresses. Memory Foam, is a man-made material that is known for “sleeping hot” because it traps your body heat. It is the chemical reaction between your body heat and the memory foam material that allows the mattress to move with you, relieving pressure points. However, besides the issue of over-heating, the memory foam will likely have difficulty bouncing back over time. This leads to dips and sags in your mattress. There are also health risks to consider, more specifically the possibility of carcinogens, such as benzene, off-gassing from the mattress. Exposure to benzene has been linked to respiratory issues, dizziness, headaches, and even cancer. Opt for Sarvothams mattress Sarvotham’s blended Latex mattress, are a healthier option that relies on Earth’s resources rather than fully chemical processed. Blended Natural latex is made from rubber tree sap with only 30% unnatural processing. It’s both supportive and breathable, which is particularly great for soon-to-be moms who are hoping for a comfortable and cool sleep.

What hardness to choose while pregnant Not too soft…

Everyone’s pregnancy is different so while this may not pertain to all, most women have to get up at some point during the night–usually multiple times. There’s a lot of pressure on the bladder which means more visits to the bathroom. It’s important that your mattress isn’t so soft that you have trouble getting out of bed. A mattress that has too much of a sinking feeling will just work against you. Your mattress needs to offer support and stability. Not too firm… It’s recommended that women sleep on their left side during pregnancy which means that the mattress should be soft enough to relieve pressure on the hips. It truly is a balancing act of finding what is not too soft but not too firm. Sarvotham’s mattress are medium firm and could be the best option and its easy to make your decision

Break in period / to feel good sleeping, for any new mattress?

Most mattresses take anywhere from 30 to 90 days to fully break in or start giving you the desired comfort. Your new mattress may be different from your old one, or it may seem stiff from its newness, and thus may seem uncomfortable for a little while. Like a new pair of shoes, the mattress materials haven’t had time to soften and conform to your body. Hold tight with Sarvotham’s mattress you will fall in love.

Choosing Latex Foam for Crib Mattress

We want our children to have the very best, especially newborns who are vulnerable and completely new to the world. What they’re breathing in affects their new lungs and what they’re touching affects their new skin. At Sarvotham’s, we believe babies should also sleep on only the best. To Avoid Memory Foam What’s the best memory foam crib mattress? There’s no true answer to that question because memory foam, a type of polyurethane foam, should not even be used as a crib mattress core in the first place. This synthetic foam lacks durability and is notorious for off-gassing volatile organic compounds (VOCs). It’s usually marketed at an inexpensive price but unfortunately, it’s not as great of a deal as one may think. Go Organic The Sarvothams’s custom mattress is great, reliable, and ready to give your baby the latex support and benefit he/she needs. Our latex is completely EU certified and audited which sets us apart from the vast majority of mattresses on the market.

Consequences of Sleep Deprivation

There’s nothing fun about waking up exhausted. Sleep deprivation is a serious issue and growing rapidly in INDIA, It’s recommended to get at least 7-8 hours of sleep each night, and while we know this can be difficult given the vast array of responsibilities we have, it needs to be a priority. Your health and overall happiness can be greatly affected when you don’t get enough zzz’s. Sleep isn’t a luxury—it’s a necessity. So what happens when we don’t get enough of it? Driving on little to no sleep can be just as dangerous as driving drunk A lack of sleep can negatively impact your sex life Another unfortunate side effect of not getting enough sleep is a change in your overall mood. It can be something as simple as irritability, or something more serious like depression Yes, a lack of sleep can lead to some extra kg’s for several reasons. One of the most serious possible side effects of sleep deprivation is high blood pressure, which can lead to a heart attack.

Choose the Best Mattress for Neck & Shoulder Pain

If you’re a side sleeper and experience neck & shoulder pain when you wake up in the morning, it could be your mattress. It’s important that your mattress supports your body but it’s equally important that it also offers pressure point relief, especially for side sleepers. A mattress that is too firm can lead to neck & shoulder along with hip pain. Sarvotham’s Blended Latex mattress are made with layers of blended latex and are completely customizable to the required size and shape. We at Sarvotham’s believe a mattress should reflect our diverse body types, sleeping positions, and definitions of what is and is not comfortable. By having total control over how your mattress feels, you can sleep on something that will help rather than hinder your sleep experience. We typically recommend the top layer of your mattress be Medium hard, if you’re a side sleeper Sarvotham’s Blended Latex is known for its pressure-relieving qualities. It will gently cradle your side but still offer support.

Questions to Ask

When Mattress Shopping Mattress shopping can be a stressful ordeal when you don’t ask the right questions. With so many different types of mattresses on the market, it’s difficult to know which mattresses are safe, comfortable, and durable. There’s a temptation to simply buy what seems the most reasonably priced or value for money. But what does that price tag really mean? What type of mattresses are worth ? and which ones should you avoid?

1. What is the mattress made of ? This is one of the most important questions to ask since you’re spending hours every night sleeping on your mattress. You should think about what types of materials are best for your health. So Opt for latex instead of polyurethane, memory, or hybrid foams. latex takes away the fear of harmful off-gassing and health consequences brought on by chemical flame retardants and volatile organic compounds (VOCs).

2. Is Sarvotham’s mattress customizable? Customization is key when searching for a mattress. In India most of the cots are custom makes, If a mattress isn’t designed specifically for that, it’s not going to feel right. Sarvotham’s Spine Care Mattress, is one of the few companies that offers extensive customization of size and shapes.

3. Is this an investment? Despite popular belief, buying an inexpensive mattress won’t have you sleeping better at night. Yes, your bank account will be a little greater…for now. A cheap mattress lacks in durability which means you’ll have to replace.

5) Choose the Best Mattress for Neck & Shoulder Pain

If you’re a side sleeper and experience neck & shoulder pain when you wake up in the morning, it could be your mattress. It’s important that your mattress supports your body but it’s equally important that it also offers pressure point relief, especially for side sleepers. A mattress that is too firm can lead to neck & shoulder along with hip pain. Sarvotham’s Blended Latex mattress are made with layers of blended latex and are completely customizable to the required size and shape. We at Sarvotham’s believe a mattress should reflect our diverse body types, sleeping positions, and definitions of what is and is not comfortable. By having total control over how your mattress feels, you can sleep on something that will help rather than hinder your sleep experience. We typically recommend the top layer of your mattress be Medium hard, if you’re a side sleeper Sarvotham’s Blended Latex is known for its pressure-relieving qualities. It will gently cradle your side but still offer support.

Importance of Deep Sleep!!!

It is recommended that adults get 7 to 8 hours of sleep every night but we all know this can sometimes be a challenge. Don’t worry—we’re here to help! We’ve got some tips and useful information for you. What is Deep Sleep? Deep sleep, also known as delta sleep, is one of the phases of your sleep cycle and occurs during the first few hours of sleep. This is when your muscles relax and your heart rate decreases, allowing you to truly fall into a “deep sleep.” Deep sleep is considered a healing phase of sleep because your muscles receive increased blood supply and body tissues are repaired. It’s also incredibly vital for a child’s development since deep sleep affects human growth hormones. The pituitary gland in the brain releases these hormones into the bloodstream during deep sleep. In turn, a lack of sleep can negatively affect this necessary process.

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