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    32 Products That Will Help You Get Your Best Night Of Sleep Ever

    2020 has taken enough from us — don't let it take your Zzzs.

    We hope you love the products we recommend! All of them were independently selected by our editors. Just so you know, BuzzFeed may collect a share of sales or other compensation from the links on this page if you decide to shop from them. Oh, and FYI — prices are accurate and items in stock as of time of publication.

    1. A Bluetooth-enabled eye mask so you can listen to white noise or the sweet, sweet sound of Cillian Murphy telling a "Sleep Story" on the Calm app (highly suggest).,

    After a bout of pandemic-induced insomnia I picked up one of these USB-chargeable masks and can honestly say it was LIFE-changing. If you're sensitive to light or sound, this mask is where it's at. The contoured, cool-to-the-touch eye pads are super cozy and extra padding on the bridge of the nose ensures no light seeps in. I was concerned about feeling the headphones through the mask and not being able to sleep in my usual position (mountain climber, the hand's down comfiest position), but they really are unnoticeable. I can sleep through the night with it on and the Velcro straps have never once gotten stuck in my hair.

    Promising review: "I always have a lot of trouble going to sleep the moment I lay down in bed. I would always browse on my phone till my eyes get tired and fall asleep. This eye mask blocks out the light and the music blocks all the noise around me. It is incredibly soft and very comfortable to wear. I could wear it all night long during sleep without hurting my ears like a regular earphone does to me." —Si Lia

    Get it from Amazon for $23.95

    2. An affordable weighted blanket that'll help you fall asleep and stay asleep with its calming, hug-like embrace.

    A folded blanket in striped white/grey

    I have bad anxiety that loves to rear its head in the middle of the night but I was skeptical a weighted blanket could really do much to help. Boy, let me tell you I was WRONG. It takes some getting used to, but after a few nights, I couldn't sleep without it. There's just something about having some extra weight on you — it's like having your cat or dog lay on your stomach when they know you don't feel well. I feel like I'm not doing a good job describing what it's like, but tldr; if my house were burning down and I only had time to save one thing (other than my pets, obvi) I would drag this thing to safety.

    Promising review: "I stalked my delivery man for hours before this came, it came very fast. as soon as I got it I ripped open the package and brought it straight to my room. Oh my GOD is this blanket amazing. I got the 20-pound one it feels like I’m being swaddled like the perfect baby I am hehe. I have bad anxiety and I can never sleep. As soon as I got it I took a long nap and woke up hours later. I never even napped after finals in college, this knocked me right out. I will say it’s not very cooling, however I am always hot even if i sleep with no blanket at all. I highly recommend this blanket. I had looked at like 70 of them before getting this one. My bed is a full and it fits perfectly. Even my dog approves!!! :)" —Ceci

    Get it from Amazon for $39.99+ (available in 14 sizes/weights and 21 colors/patterns).

    3. A soothing bubble bath with epsom salt, lavender, and melatonin. Go ahead, use a heavy hand.


    I spend 25% of my life in the bath so I may be biased here, but man I love this stuff. The scent isn't too strong and the bubbles are long-lasting — two things that I always look for!

    Promising review: "I would say that this is my all-time favorite bubble bath, but the fact is, since I found it, I haven't tried any other. I am sure there are others just as good, but I'll stick with this and buy it in bulk so I won't run out. The bubbles are plentiful and sumptuous and cleansing. They don't dry out my skin like others have (though I cannot go so far as to say they moisturize). The scent is pleasant and soothing. This potion assures me a luxurious, relaxing bath time that will aid my transition into a good night's sleep." —Oakley

    Get it from Amazon for $4.87+ (also available in a three pack).

    4. An adjustable pancake pillow so you can stop punching your existing pillow into submission. Feeling like a flat, barely there pillow? Pull out one or more of the six inserts. Need a whole lotta support the next night? Stuff 'em back in.

    One pancake pillow standing upright and one on its side unzipped so you can see the inserts

    The queen-size pillow features a zippered design so you can easily pull out/readjust the down-alternative inserts as needed.

    Promising review: "Thank god for this pillow!!! I’ve been on the search for a while now and I am so happy with this one. I took two of the layers out and now it’s perfect for me. Nice and soft and still supportive. I’m sleeping so much better now."Anna Durtschi

    Get it from Amazon for $69.99+ (available in two sizes).

    5. A set of fancy schmancy sheets made from what feels like The Softest Material on Earth™ — AKA 100% organic long-staple cotton.

    A model cuddled up in a grey sheet set

    I have never been one to splurge on sheets but these babies changed my mind. You know that feeling of sliding into clean sheets with freshly shaved legs? How cool and soft and incredible everything feels? That is what these sheets feel like 24/7, even when you haven't taken a razor to your legs in months.

    Promising review: "I’ve had these sheets for a few months now. I wanted to give a review once they had been washed and slept on a few times. I can now say....hands down....THE BEST sheets I own. The color stays true and does not bleed. The fit stays perfect. And they truly do get softer with each wash....which is extra lovely because they start out already feeling great. They do get even better with use. I’ve owned a lot of sheets in my life, and as it’s time to replace what I have it will be with Looma. Absolutely. I couldn’t be happier." —Tracy C.

    Get them from Looma for $164+ (available in sizes twin XL–split king and 10 colors).

    6. A white noise machine so you can fall asleep to the sound of crashing waves or thunderstorms instead of car alarms and inexplicable fireworks.,

    Promising review: "I’m absolutely in LOVE with this sound machine! I’ve been using an app on my iPhone for as long as I remember to reduce anxiety with hearing myself breathe when trying to sleep. In time, I realized the damage it probably does to my phone battery when it’s on all the time so i decided to look into buying a sound machine. This machine has so many different sounds (even though I only ever is the one, the others are a plus). It’s super easy to operate and has a beautiful design. The volume is adjustable from quiet to loud with amazing sound quality. The night light on it is sooo perfect! It goes from dim enough to just find the light switch on my nightstand to bright enough to illuminate the whole room! I’m just absolutely obsessed with this noise machine. It gives me those stress-free comfortable nights I’ve been craving. Seriously, if you are looking for a sleep machine, look no further. This is it!!!" —Laurel Linda

    Get it from Amazon for $19.99+ (available in four colors).

    7. A Calm app subscription because, as stated above, who wouldn't want to drift off to sleep with Cillian Murphy's Cork brogue whispering sweet nothings in your ear? (~Ok, yes, it is just a story about crossing Ireland by train, but you get it~.)

    Two smartphones; one open to the Calm app and one showing a Calm app notification
    Calm app

    If that doesn't do it for ya, you can also listen to Sleep Stories by Matthew McConaughey, Lucy Liu, and Stephen Fry. Or, you can go with tried-and-true nature sounds like rain on leaves or crashing waves.

    Get a 7-day trial for free, an annual subscription for $69.99, or lifetime subscription for $399.99 from Calm.

    8. A tub of Lush's silky sleepy lotion which encourages rest and rejuvenation with it's spa-like scents (hi, lavender and tonka 👋🏻) and moisturizing ingredients (bonjour, cocoa butter and almond oil).


    Promising review: "I love this cream dearly. I have so much trouble sleeping due to stress and anxiety. But, I think I may have Pavlov's-dogged myself with this lotion. Whenever I put on Sleepy, the lavender and tonka scent immediately relaxes my body. It has gotten to the point where I use the Sleepy bath bomb or shower gel before bed to prep myself mentally and physically for bed. I'm even considering the Sleepy spray (though its a bit above my budget). The lotion itself is very moisturizing; I never fail to wake up with soft and hydrated skin (especially important during the cooler and drier seasons)." —Princess Jo

    Get it from Lush for $11.95+ (available in three sizes).

    9. A set of blackout curtains, because while your succulent collection lovesss how much natural light floods in each morning, you could do with a few more hours of sleep.


    Promising review: "Before I purchased, I read through so many of the reviews on these curtains. I had previously purchased similar curtains from Bed, Bath & Beyond and was sorely disappointed when they didn't work, so I was a bit skeptical that these would be any different. But, I figured hundreds of 5 star reviews couldn't be wrong — and they weren't. These do exactly as they say — block the light completely, and help to muffle sound. I live next to a busy highway and as soon as I put these up, it sounded like the highway was far in the distance. I track my sleep every night, and since I've had these curtains I've gone from a 60% to 70% quality of sleep to 90%+ every single night. Highly recommend!" —Nichole

    Get them from Amazon for $39.98+ (available in nine sizes and 16 colors).

    10. A Philips wake-up light that'll rouse you slowly with a simulated sunrise — much better than the blare of an iPhone alarm.

    The wake up light (and its packaging) which has the time and menu, select, and + buttons

    The alarm/bedside reading lamp has ten different brightness settings as well as an FM radio, snooze button, and dimmable display. You can also choose between five different wake up sounds including chirping birds, ocean waves, and classical music.

    Promising review: "Best purchase EVER for the year!!! I am sleeping 8+ hours a day now (previously 5.5 hours). It is easier to wake up in the morning and to fall asleep. I was going to counseling service to improve my sleeping conditions (I was not able to fall asleep at all even when I have no tasks to do during holiday). $150 one time. My problem was resolved by this lamp and I haven't visited a counselor for two months while my sleep conditions significantly improve. This thing ACTUALLY SAVES MONEY. (I am not saying this thing can replace therapists/counselor — they really help and you should still seek assistance if you need to)." —Wenz

    Get it from Amazon for $116.48.

    11. A pack of break-apart CBD bath bombs from Happy Dance, Kristen Bell's new premium CBD skincare line. Coconut oil + cocoa butter + ginger and grapefruit extract + 60 mg of CBD = a super relaxed version of you.

    The bath bombs in their blue packaging
    Happy Dance

    "No, CBD will not get you high. But, it will make you feel like you’re turning the volume down on the chaos in your life jusssst a little bit. THC is the stuff that gets you high, and all of our products have less than the federally legal limit of 0.3% THC." — Happy Dance CBD 101

    Get a four-pack from Happy Dance for $15.

    12. A body pillow *technically* made for pregnant people but just as suitable for side sleepers and those with a variety of aches and pains.

    A model using the body pillow in purple grey

    Promising review: "OMG!! This is THE BEST pillow ever! I am not pregnant, but I have a plethora of back problems and thought this might help me sleep better. Just the comfort and the way you can lay just about any way with ease is so very helpful. I have only owned this pillow for three hours and had a quick nap, and had to come write a review (which I hardly ever do). So, if you have back, hip, leg or neck problems, you should definitely try this out. Thank you to whomever created this delight!!" —You Wish Louise

    Get it from Amazon for $45.99+ (available in two colors).

    13. A pillow-top mattress pad that you can sink into like you're in a slow-mo mattress commercial. Just don't go trying to balance a glass of red wine on it, okay?,

    The breathable, deep-pocket topper hugs your mattress like a fitted sheet, so you don't have to worry about it popping off in the middle of the night. Plus — major plus — it's machine washable, so you don't have to drag it to the dry cleaner's.

    Promising review: "Whoaaa this thing is amazing. I have a very expensive, firm mattress, that I bought when I was younger. The mattress is still in good shape so I didn’t want to get rid of it. The firm thing just wasn’t working for me anymore. I had a foam mat but it still was too hard. So I got this, put this over the foam mat and it’s like a new mattress. I slept like a rock last night . Haven’t slept that good in a long time. I also like that it’s attached to the mattress pad, so it’s not sliding al over. It slept very cool, I’m assuming that’s because is cotton. Highly recommend if you’re looking to fix a mattress and not have to spend money on a new one." —Julie

    Get it from Amazon for $69.90+ (available in sizes twin–California king).

    14. A sleek essential oil diffuser ready to calm your racing mind with your choice of aroma. Just add a few drops of lavender, bergamot, or ylang ylang, and get ready to drift off.

    The black essential oil diffuser posed in front of its packaging

    Promising review: "This is a beautiful and elevated diffuser. I was searching for a ceramic diffuser with an elegant form for under $100 and this is it! It functions well and even comes with a small measuring cup for pouring the water in (which I did not think I needed, but now cannot live without because you can refill it without having to unplug the base and walk to the sink). I own several diffusers and this one is my favorite. Highly recommend! I diffuse several drops of therapeutic-grade lavender and eucalyptus at the same time and my house smells like a spa." —Liz O.

    Get it from UpWest for $60.

    15. A cozy heated blanket that'll keep you so toasty, you'll never have to crawl out of bed for fuzzy socks again.

    L.L. Bean

    The plush blanket has five heat settings and an auto shutoff so you don't have to worry about catching your house on fire if you fall asleep.

    Promising review: "I wanted a nice heated throw to extend 'porch season' here in Maine. This is perfect! Although expensive, the quality of the fabric makes it worth it. I sew and teach textiles, know fabric, and this is really top quality fleece. It is soft, the heat is warm, and the cord is long but not too long. The only thing I wish is that the control were not placed so close to where it plugs into the throw. I use the throw the way one would an electric bed blanket, with the stiff plug area near my feet. That means you have to lean over to reach the control. Since porch season has pretty much ended (even with additional heat) I am now using this to warm up my bed — I don't like a fleece blanket on the bed (get overheated), but this is perfect to tuck in and warm up the bed before climbing in. But it's a reach to turn it off. Still worth 5 stars." —QuiltmomHope

    Get it from L.L. Bean for $109 (available in two colors).

    16. A soothing pillow mist laced with naturally therapeutic lavender, camomile, and vetivert. Give your bed a liberal spritz and get in position because your head will hit the pillow in no time.

    A hand holding the spray which comes in a white bottle
    This Works

    Promising review: "I absolutely had to write this review on the off chance that it might help a fellow insomniac. I am in my early forties and have suffered terribly from insomnia since my early twenties. I just can't turn my head off at night and fall asleep. If I'm lucky and take my meds, I might be fortunate enough to sleep for maybe four hours, and that's intermittently. I still constantly wake up and it takes me forever to fall back asleep, if I'm lucky enough to even fall back asleep. When I do sleep, it's very lightly; I never reach that wonderful deep sleep stage. So basically I feel awful and am tired all the time. I have used other pillow sprays and they were just a joke and a waste of my money. The first night I used, I fell asleep within minutes AND DID NOT WAKE UP OR MOVE A MUSCLE ALL NIGHT. I slept for eight hours straight and woke up feeling amazing because I was so rested and refreshed. I was obviously thrilled but figured it was probably just a fluke. I have been using this every night for over a week now and I sleep like a baby every single night. I have literally cried tears of joy at the relief I feel of finally being able to sleep like a normal person." —Ulta Customer

    Get it from Ulta Beauty or from Amazon for $29.

    17. An overnight lip mask from beloved K-beauty brand Laneige because idk about you, but I simply cannot fall asleep with dry lips. If I don't apply a coat of this before I start to nod off, I *will* wake up an hour later and have to get out of bed to grab it.


    Promising review: "AMAZING! I get very dry lips from allergies and my night guard. I’ve used this two nights in a row and I LOVE IT! My lips are so soft when I wake up and not dry at all!! I love that it stays on all night, and comes with the applicator (good for me cause I have long nails and I don’t get it all in my nails LOL). I don’t really find it tastes like anything but I don’t wanna lick it off either LOL ... but I can see the difference in the texture in my lips and feel it with no cracks... very very happy!!... you don’t need much so worth the money!!" —inaa

    Get it from Sephora for $22 (available in seven colors/scents).

    18. A set of noise-cancelling earplugs ready to block out whatever nighttime noises plague you, be it honking traffic, boisterous neighbors, or your partner's snoring.

    The set of ear plugs shown in their case and in a user's ear

    Promising review: "These earplugs are pretty slick. They are soft and very easy to mold in your ear. They did not fall out during the night like many other earplugs I've used in the past. Most earplugs are way too big for my ears so the fact that these mold softly and securely in my ears, makes for an awesome nights sleep. No more dropping elbows on my hubby when he snores!" —Gretta

    Get a six pair set from Amazon for $9.97.

    19. A four-pack of smart, dimmable light bulbs so you don't have to climb out of bed and hit the light switch when you're ready to get some shut-eye. You can also set the perfect ~sleep mood~ by programming them to your favorite color.


    Turning them on/off is super simple: use the Smart Life app on your phone, or connect them to your Alexa or Google Home speaker for completely hands-off functionality. If you know you always fall asleep or wake at the same time, you can even set them to turn on/off based on your routine.

    Promising review: "I am sensitive to the 'blue light' in the evening /nights as it can reduce melatonin production and cause insomnia. Now, these bulbs gave me the option just like switching the iPhone or iPAD to 'night shift mode' — which is essentially reducing the color temperature from 5000K+ to 2700K or 3000K. With these, I do not have to struggle anymore. The bulbs look like standard A19 type medium base and easily connected via the accompanying app. The app is amazing and has various options, including four temperature modes." —S. Dhruva

    Get a four-pack from Amazon for $33.99.

    20. A pair of washable (!) silk pjs from Lunya and before you come for me in the comments — yes, I know they are a SPLURGE, but a good night of sleep is priceless. 💸💸💸


    Promising review: "I LOVE these pajamas. I thought I had lost my mind ordering them because of the cost but now I couldn’t sleep in anything else if I wanted to and I’m consideering a second set. I do think they run small and wish you could mix and match sizes, but those are small complaints!" —Autumn B.

    Get them from Lunya for $178 (available in sizes XS–3XL and nine colors).

    21. A pair of blue-light-blocking glasses because try as you might, giving up TV/phone time a full hour before bed just isn't in the cards for you. Instead, these chic glasses can help prevent headaches and get you off to bed faster by blocking any rays your devices shadily give off.

    The glasses in vintage crystal
    Diff Eyewear

    Promising review: "I am in love with my blue-light-blocking glasses! Not only do they reduce my headaches and keep my eyes from going numb after staring at a computer screen for so long, but they actually help me get sleepy while laying in bed watching Netflix! I used to stay awake for at least an hour after shutting it off at night and now I start dozing off while I’m still watching. Plus I’ve gotten a lot of compliments on them:) Highly recommend!" —Alicia H.

    Get them from Diff Eyewear for $85 (available in four colors).

    22. A bedside caddy engineered to hold all of your pre-bedtime possessions including, but not limited to: your laptop, iPad, phone, TV remote, glasses, moisturizer, and prescriptions. This way, you don't have to worry about getting out of bed once you start to nod off — you can just put everything in its place and go with the flow 😴.

    The grey bedside caddy holding a remote, iPad, cellphone, glasses, pen, lotion, and headphones

    Promising review: "Perfect to hold my phone and remote at night. Our bedroom is small and didn’t want to purchase another nightstand (we have 1 on the other side of the bed) and this was the perfect solution to keep things I need close by." —Cheryl T.

    Get it from Amazon for $6.99+ (available in four colors).

    23. A Kindle Paperwhite perfect for before-bed readers. Your eyes will eventually grow heavy but you won't have to worry about the headaches or blurred vision that can come with reading off your phone or laptop.

    A reviewer holding the Kindle which is open to the black-and-white home screen

    The glare-free display reads more like a traditional book than an electronic device and a single battery charge lasts for weeksss. Since it's waterproof, you can also read in the bath and if you're a fan of audio books, you can nod off as you listen to a story on Audible (the e-reader can be paired with bluetooth headphones or a speaker).

    Promising review: "I really like the new Paperwhite Kindle. Previously, I used an older Paperwhite (I think the first one that came out) and loved it as well. The new one has a flat bezel, which I like better, and the device just seems faster and more intuitive in general. I love having a device just for reading, especially in bed, and the Paperwhite Kindle does not hurt my eyes or cause a glare. I am able to sleep just fine after reading on this device, unlike the problems I have sleeping after using my iPad or phone before bed. Lightweight and waterproof (I read in the tub often but have not yet dropped my Kindle into the water!), this latest iteration of the Kindle Paperwhite is well worth the money. If you want a device JUST for reading and not for web surfing or anything, this is the one to get." —Bookwyrm

    Get it from Amazon for $129.99+ (available in two storage sizes and four colors).

    24. A whisper-quiet humidifier that — while not the ~sexiest~ purchase — will moisturize the air so you can breathe easier.

    The compact, 1.5-liter appliance can operate for 16 continuous hours and an optional night light makes it even more bedroom-friendly.

    Promising review: "I didn't realize how much moisture I was losing from my skin until I received this humidifier. I can actually breathe at night; where I live the temperature fluctuates on a daily basis...example: one day 45 degrees Fahrenheit and the next 70 degrees Fahrenheit. My eyes were getting very dry from working on the computer and since I have added a humidifier in my bedroom and office I haven't had nearly the issues I was having before: I sleep better, my eyes aren't nearly as red as before, and my seasonal allergies do not leave me debilitated due to weather fluctuations. This device is easy to setup and use right out of the box and does not use much electrical energy. Thank you for making a humidifier that is cost effective, elegant, and practical." —A_V

    Get it from Amazon for $39.99.

    25. A Himalayan salt lamp to replace your plug-in night-light that you foolishly threw away in high school because it wasn't "cool" or "adult" enough.

    A reviewer's photo of the Himalayan salt lamp turned on

    The hand-carved lamp (controlled via a 6-foot dimmer cord) gives off a tranquil amber glow that's said to "infuse a natural calm."

    Promising review: "I love this! It’s beautiful and helping me sleep better at night. I like the dimmer switch because it allows me to turn it very low at night time, because I like to sleep in a very dark room, so it does not affect my ability to fall asleep. I feel that in my home I’m breathing so much better. I work out in my home and I put a lamp in that room and I noticed that I breathe easier while exercising. I am going to have one of these in every room in my home and I recommend you do the same. It was also delivered quickly, packaged great and it looked even better than I thought it would look for the price. Great product will order more!" —LisaB31

    Get it from Amazon for $16.97.

    26. A temperature-regulating, cocoon-like sleep pod that offers the same comfort as a weighted blanket, but without any extra heat. Go ahead, swaddle yourself up and enjoy the four-way stretch.

    Two models using the sleep pods in bed
    Sleep Pod

    Promising review: "The Sleep Pod is absolutely amazing. I am 41 and have had sleep maintenance insomnia for most of my life. If you don't know what that is I fall asleep fine but don't stay asleep. I'd wake up between four and eight times a night and sometimes only sleep two hrs and that'd be it. I have used the hug sleep for a week and have slept between seven and nine hours only waking up once. It's comfortable not too warm and the pressure it applies is comforting not restricting. I have recommended to everyone." —Amy Archambault

    Get it from Sleep Pod for $79.99 (originally $110).

    27. A bottle of CBD bites (25 mg each) ready to put your anxieties — and you — to bed.

    Vena CBD

    I have tried many a CBD gummy and I have to say these are some of my favorite. They don't have that gross weed flavor some do — there is zero THC and the lemon is actually quite tasty — and I feel noticeably calmer after taking one. I usually pop a bite 30 to 45 minutes before bed to help me fall asleep faster but you can also take them in the morning if you want to mellow out before the day starts!

    Promising review: "I’ve tried other CBD products with little results. I gave these a try and felt a difference immediately. I take it before bed and sleep better and wake up with less anxiety." —Marisa

    Get them from Vena CBD for $39.95.

    28. A Buffy cloud comforter guaranteed to keep you nice and cool so you don't wake up in a puddle of your own sweat.


    The super fluffy comforter is made from breathable eucalyptus which is not only temperature-regulating, but eco-friendly! It also has more than 20,000 positive you might want to check those out.

    Promising review: "I must say — this caught me by surprise!! Didn’t think it would effect my sleep so much, but boy, oh boy I sleep so well since getting the comforter!!!" —Liyam E.

    Get it from Buffy for $129+ (available in sizes twin/twin XL–king/California king).

    29. A pack of (admittedly creepy looking) sleep strips that'll stop your snores in their tracks. If you wake yourself up with the noise of your own aggressive mouth breathing, these are for you, baby!


    Promising review: "I go through my day habitually nose breathing. However, once I go to sleep, I start mouth breathing, and I snore. After the first night I used this strip, I noticed that my nose wasn't clogged at all. I'm usually congested until I take a hot shower. My wife told me that I slept silently, not the slightest snoring sound. To prove it, she recorded one night without the strip and one night with. The results sleep for themselves. I haven't missed a night since I saw how much my sleep improved. No dry mouth, no congestion, no waking up my wife!" —Amazon Customer

    Get a 28-pack from Amazon for $19.97.

    30. A mulberry silk pillow case so the "cool side" of the pillow will just be the entire thing. No more endless flipping!

    The silk pillowcase in pink

    We should also mention that the pillowcase is great for your hair and skin (less friction that other fabrics like cotton), so it's a real win all around!

    Promising review: "Definitely had one of those 'girl, don’t do it' moments when contemplating buying two of these, but I’m glad I did! I’m going to save to buy two more. If you’re on the fence, try at least one. You’ll wonder how you ever slept on anything else!!!" —Jazmin Q.

    Get it from Brooklinen for $59+ (available in two sizes and seven colors/patterns).

    31. A plush, hooded bathrobe that'll help set the sleepy time mood. You can slip it on over PJs or wear by itself if you like to sleep in the buff (no shame in that game).


    Promising review: "My favorite robe ever! It's so soft and I love the long length to keep my ankles warm. The hood is fantastic and the purple is such a pretty color. By far, my favorite part of it is the deep pockets! The pockets in my other robes are fairly shallow and my phone always falls out. These are much deeper and I've had no issues losing anything I put in it." —A

    Get it from Amazon for $49.95+ (available in sizes XS–3X/4X and 27 colors/patterns).

    32. And, if all else fails, an extra-strength sleep tea with chamomile, spearmint, and a secret (jk it's not a secret) all-natural sleep aid: valerian.

    The box of non-caffeinated tea

    Promising review: "Been having insomnia and this really helps me sleep. I drink it an hour before bed and I am able to fall asleep easier. The Valerian root supposedly helps calm the mind. My problem falling asleep is a racing mind thinking about work and things to do. With this tea I fall asleep much better, roughly an 80% improvement. I highly recommend it." —Techmeister

    Get it from Amazon for $6.80.

    Some reviews have been edited for length and/or clarity.

    Sweet dreams!

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