Latex Foam Mattress Toppers and Pillows for neck pain.
My son has a Simmons Tru Energy Brielle plush firm. Do you recommend a latex foam topper as well or should the plush firm be good but still have the support? He is 6 and weighs approximately 58 lbs.
Also my parents are 69 and 68 and are looking for a new mattress and I told them to go thru you. Probably a black Eva with a organic 2 in latex topper correct? Do you have a link to organic latex topper? They are both under 200 lbs but dad has herniations in his neck and low back as well as a bad shoulder. Mom is great. Any recommendations would be appreciated.
A latex topper for your son's bed seems unnecessary at this time.
When he gets bigger, say around the age of 12, add a 1.5" layer of Dunlop latex. This will absorb much of his body weight and will extend the comfort life of the mattress....allowing him to use that same mattress until he is grown and gone. It wouldn't hurt to get the latex topper now, but it just isn't necessary yet.
If just using the latex topper and not the cover that comes with it, it's 100% organic from Ever-Eden.
The Pure Latex Bliss all natural toppers are finished in a beautiful organic cotton cover and use a thin layer of wool as a natural fire barrier. These finished latex toppers are also 100% organic.
I have an all latex pillow that is made of finely chopped Talalay Latex from pure bliss. They call it a latex/down pillow. It has no down in it, but can be easily manipulated like a down pillow, to fit precisely the way you want around your head and neck. I use one at home for the severe arthritis I have in my neck. It is the only pillow I've ever used that relieves the pain.
I would suggest this for your dad. Here's the link to that.
Cindy writes: Hi Pete, My husband and I need to find a new mattress, and soon. We've had our mattress a year and we're both waking up more tired and sore achy neck, back, hips, etc. The pain, each day,...