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BoydLatexMattresses.com to Focus on Back Pain
Date:7/12/2013

St. Louis, MO (PRWEB) July 12, 2013

According to a recent WebMD article, 8 out of 10 people will suffer from back pain in their life. While many of us will suffer from this pain, few realize the importance of a proper sleep surface in rectifying or solving the cause of the ailment. With this in mind, BoydLatexMattresses.com is focusing on content that will help consumers realize common problems and solutions in dealing with their back pain and mattress purchasing decisions.

The website plans to vastly expand it's content in this area during the remainder of the year as well as other sleep related pain content.

BoydLatexMattresses.com is a pioneer in the specialty sleep segment and constantly strives to develop specialty sleep products that include their line of latex mattresses that provide consumers with a wide array of scientifically created sleep support options. Because everyone has their own sleep patterns, habits and requirements, Boyd Specialty Sleep manufactures a variety of different mattress options including top of the line latex and memory foam beds, waterbeds, airbeds, adjustable beds and a large selection of different accessories. "Better Sleep for a Better Life"

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