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Organic Living and Its Many Benefits: A Curated Explanation

The world is getting more conscious day by day. Though research and development had been polluting and exploiting the environment and ripping it off its natural resources, communities that understand the importance of ‘going back to basics’ has pushed organic living and promoted natural in a way that people from around the world are working towards bettering their own lives as well as conserving the environs. Take for example the advocates of organic living.

It has been proven that organic bedding that is made of bamboo and silk has a number of health advantages. As far as organic food is concerned, “Regardless of whether you choose locally grown, organic, or conventional foods, the important thing is to eat plenty of fruits and vegetables. The health benefits of such a diet far outweigh any potential risks from pesticide exposure, say experts on WebMD.

When it comes to sleeping on organic bedding, “The evidence of a correlation between stress and sleep or lack thereof is overwhelming. According to the Better Sleep Council (BSC) and the Council for Responsible Nutrition (CRN), “Stress is a leading culprit that is robbing Americans of sleep.” In essence, the organizations found that stress can create a lack of sleep, while a lack of sleep will compound stress. Additional research for the Oklahoma State University (OSU) confirms that poor sleep can elevate stress. The findings from the OSU research study can be found in the March 2009 Journal of Chiropractic Medicine, which also suggests that improved sleep quality reduces stress and helps us deal with and manage everyday stressors”, writes, Cozy Pure.

While there are a number of myths involved with organic food and living, The Independent writes, “Scientific literature reviews have found that, overall, organic farms have 30 per cent more wild species, and 50 per cent higher numbers of those species. Based on scientific research, the Government says that organic farming has clear environmental benefits – better for wildlife, lower pollution from sprays, produces fewer dangerous wastes and less carbon dioxide.”

If that goes for organic food and farming, it is natural that organic bedding too has a number of advantages that are directly related to health and wellbeing. In fact, it has been scientifically proven that sleeping on bamboo bedding is good for those who suffer from allergies as well as ailments of skin and/or breathing. Apart from that, organic bedding is also the perfect choice for women going through menopause as it can lower the body temperature and lessen the impact of hot flashes.

These are some of the advantages of going organic. The list is not complete and there are a number of other things that you need to know about organic, which you can read on the web and in books as well.