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    21 Items That Might Help You Finally Get Some Goddamn Sleep

    Drift off to dreamland.

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    1. This floral eye mask.

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    By Sublime Birdy, £8.26.

    2. This gorgeous pillow spray.

    3. This lavender and oatmeal soap.

    4. This aloe vera plant.

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    Plants release oxygen, which can help you sleep and help purify your air. Also, Aloe Vera is great for your skin. By Bakker, £6.99.

    5. This alarm clock.

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    The lumie wakes you up with natural light, which will help cue your body to set a healthy sleep cycle, as well as help you feel more energetic during the day. By Lumie, £56.99.

    6. These sprigs of lavender.

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    To hang by your bed or slip under your pillow. By Roseflower48, £7.02.

    7. This hot and cold fan.

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    This insanely high tech new fan from Dyson measures your air temperature to make sure you're never too hot or too cold. It also automatically removes 99.95% of allergens and pollutants from your air, which is great if you suffer from allergies that can prevent you getting good sleep. By Dyson, £499.99.

    FYI, if this is out of budget (which is fair enough tbh), Robert Dyas also do a lovely remote-controlled fan for £49.99.

    8. This sleep-inducing herbal tincture.

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    By Ritual Botanica, £10.74.

    9. This sumptuous mattress topper.

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    Revamp an uncomfortable mattress with this thick mattress topper – aka the secret trick hotels use to make all their beds feel like you're sleeping in a cloud. By Soak & Sleep, £59.50.

    10. This aromatherapy set.

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    Three steps to dreamy bliss: night oil for your face, sleep balm for your hands, and a pillow spray. By Neom Organics, £20.

    11. This shiatsu massage cushion.

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    By HoMedics, £38.90.

    12. This sleep balm.

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    To be rubbed onto pulse points and temples. By Herbivore Soap, £11.56.

    13. This sleepy tea.

    14. This electric blanket.

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    This is an "intelligent" heated blanket, that won't let you get too hot. By Sleepwell, £89.99.

    15. This hot water bottle.

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    Sometimes you can't beat a classic. By Rawxclusive, £19.95.

    16. This sound machine.

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    Drown out unwelcome noises with soothing waves, rain, wind or white noise. By Sound Therapy System, £48.

    17. These Himalayan bath salts.

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    Laugh at me if you will, but I use Himalayan bath salts to help me sleep and I SWEAR IT WORKS. Baths in general help, but there's something about salts that just knock me out. By Bloomtown Botanicals, £10.

    18. This high-tech bulb.

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    This bulb was originally developed for NASA astronauts to help them sleep in space. It works by filtering out 95% of the blue light spectrum known to suppress melatonin – suppressed melatonin can stop you from sleeping. Just pop this into your bedside lamp to feel the effects. By Lighting Science, £16.05.

    19. This cooling gel pillow.

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    Always have the cool side of the pillow. By Aubina, £25.95.

    20. These motion sensitive soft strip lights.

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    So your partner won't wake you up if they get up in the night. By Amagle, £15.99.

    21. This musical pillow.

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    Softly lulls you to sleep with whatever music you feel like playing. By Dreampad, £90.