I would stay away from a waterbed since they usually involve an electric heater causing exposure to high EMF to the person sleeping on it.
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Maybe a waterbed, a feather bed, a straw bed, or a good air mattress. Can you handle plastic? Silicone?
I'm highly tempted to make a beanbag-type bed and/or pillow filled with smooth slippery pebbles, or stones. Maybe like those rocks you can buy in little bags at the dollar store (maybe smaller). I don't know if it would be comfortable, but if so, I love the
Maybe a buckwheat hull or millet bed would be nice (like the buckheat or millet pillows). I hear buckwheat pillows can stain pillowcases, though.
If you get a feather bed, make sure you're not allergic to the feathers.
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When my health is low and it's not too cold, I sleep in a tent outdoors, for a couple of days. Can be uncomfortable because of the hard surface on the ground, but strangely, my lower back pain disappears. When I come back to my low quality mattress, my back pain comes back, even though it "feels" initially much more confy. The dirty electricity and other radiation at that spot are probably the reason.
I use since many years a pillow made of some hulls (can't remember which grain), like it a lot.
I gave up on Saatva as they coat their mattresses with Guardin, which is a natural anti-microbial made from essential oils. Off of their site you can find negative reviews that they filter out on their site. Apparently it smells quite a bit and I have MCS so that's out.
Now llooking at Lifekind but they are expensive. What a pain, just to find a safe comfortable bed