Organic Dreams Coming To Franklin TN

Your sleep oasis has arrived in Tennessee. Nestled in the beautiful town of Franklin you will find our luxurious store waiting to accept you into its warmth and charm. Sage Sleep offers you a naturally organic alternative to the chemically laden world of sleep. At Sage Sleep we assist you with shedding the man-made toxins so prevalent in bedrooms; Helping you discover a more restful night’s sleep amongst nature’s finest ingredients. 

Naturally organic doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice comfort to achieve your dreams of sleeping in a nurturing environment. Our mattresses are amazingly comfortable, embracing you with the love and attention to detail that exemplifies Sage Sleep. Of course, we couldn’t just stop at the mattress. Sage Sleep has utilized the decades of experience garnered through the designer’s life-long pursuit of clean living to bring you a curated supporting cast of naturally organic players. Our pillows are amazing. The Sage Sleep line of Toppers is un-matched, and our Sheets and Duvets compliment the leading characters soundly. As for the little people in your life. If you are blessed with children or are expecting, we want to make sure you can support their health and development with our luxuriant line of child and baby products.Everything offered by Sage Sleep promotes healthy living. Our supportive, sleep enhancing products are guaranteed to be free of flame-retardants, chemicals and synthetics so you can sleep worry free.  Stop by and let Heidi, Greg or Pam guide you towards a more restful night’s sleep.

SAGE ADVICE

Take a nap.

Take a nap.

Though we promote natural, healthy, and energizing sleep we know that it isn’t always the easiest thing to achieve. Some days we just can’t function without a midday power nap. These are just a few health benefits and tips to taking a needed snooze every once in a while.

Relieve Stress

Without regular and healthy sleep your stress hormones will continue to rise, but on the flip side, your stress hormones go down with the more regular and valuable sleep you get. With short, possible consistent naps you can lower tension and increase your overall health. If you do begin to nap regularly, stick to a schedule. The best nap times are between 1:00 pm and 3:00 pm when your blood sugar and energy dips after lunch.

Gain Energy and Productivity

Stated in a healthy sleep article by Harvard Med, “...Both body temperature and caloric demand decrease during sleep, as compared to wakefulness. Such evidence supports the proposition that one of the primary functions of sleep is to help organisms conserve their energy resources.” Part of getting the most energy out of your naps is knowing the best way to nap. A 20-minute nap, or a stage two nap is best to improve motor skills and attention. A 60 minute to 90-minute nap will bring Rapid Eye Movement (REM) sleep. During REM your brain will make new connections and help with creative problem-solving.

Improve Your Mood

Ever wake up grumpy and dreading the day ahead after a sleepless night? Well, taking a nap could actually ease that irritability and frustration. Just catching a few more zzz’s is better than taking an energy drink or cup coffee to boost your mood and productivity. In a 2014 Gallup-Healthways' survey of well-being, from 7,000 U.S. adults who reported those who got more sleep also had a higher overall well-being than individuals who got less sleep. According to Harvard Med, there is a correlation of sleep and happiness, “University of Pennsylvania researchers found that subjects who were limited to only 4.5 hours of sleep a night for one week reported feeling more stressed, angry, sad, and mentally exhausted. When the subjects resumed normal sleep, they reported a dramatic improvement in mood.”

We're here to assist you as needed. We are Nashville's premier mattress and sleep shop.  Come see us and let us help you find the proper mattress and/or pillow for you.

May 13, 2019 by Brandy Alvis
Choosing the right mattress. We're here to guide you.

Choosing the right mattress. We're here to guide you.

We all know that comfort is key to buying the right mattress, but did you know that your health is effected by the mattress you buy? We spend 1/3 of our lives sleeping, thats a lot of time tossing, turning, back and neck aches, and breathing in toxic chemicals if you aren't sleeping on the right mattress. 

Many people are perplexed to learn that not all mattresses or even natural latex is created equal. Traditional mattresses are pumped with fillers and toxic chemicals that are harmful to you and your family. And as a matter of fact, there is a world of difference between natural latex and synthetic latex. 

Natural latex is manufactured from sap tapped from rubber trees, then it is either vulcanized (Dunlop method) or frozen, then vulcanized (Talalay method.) I don't want to get too involved in which method is better, because it's hugely dependent upon the processing facility and a number of other factors. Again, that's where you have to be careful. There are many manufacturers who tout their product as “natural latex”, when in fact it's actually a blend of natural AND synthetic. Interestingly, Dunlop and Talalay latex can be either natural or synthetic. Needless to say, Caveat emptor -- do your research.

Synthetic latex, being chemically based, has a tendency to break down more quickly than natural latex. If you've ever had a warranty issue with a mattress, you'll understand immediately. Have you ever had a body impression in your mattress measured by your friendly local mattress salesman and told that it's “normal wear and tear?”

Finding the perfect mattress that fits your body correctly is also key to sleeping better at night. This is a big investment and purchasing the bed that allows you the proper sleep you need. We at Sage Sleep in Nashville Tennessee are here to guide you through the process of buying a chemical-free mattress, topper, or pillows.  visit us to learn more and test some mattresses.

April 09, 2019 by Brandy Alvis
What's it made of.... and why it matters

What's it made of.... and why it matters

We all know that comfort is key to buying the right mattress, but did you know that your health is effected by the mattress you buy? We spend 1/3 of our lives sleeping, thats a lot of time tossing, turning, back and neck aches, and breathing in toxic chemicals if you aren't sleeping on the right mattress. 
May 16, 2018 by Brandy Alvis

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