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    28 Things That'll Help You Get More Sleep In 2019

    Sleepytown, USA, population: you.

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    1. A pack of sound-dampening door bumpers so you'll no longer be jolted awake by the sounds of your night-owl roommate or partner opening cabinets or doors.

    2. Blackout curtains available in a variety of colors that'll basically tell every sunny day, "Come at me, bro."

    3. An alarm clock designed to stop your kids from waking you up at the crack of dawn so you can get in just a liiittle more shut-eye before it's time to tackle the day.

    4. A hypoallergenic silk eye mask filled with comforting lavender and flaxseed that'll have you feeling blissed out in no time and make it easier to get some shut-eye.

    5. While we're on the subject of lavender: a bag full of it, so you can place some on your nightstand in a sachet or make a cup of floral tea. Your old teabags could never.

    6. Bed bands that have over 4,600 five-star reviews — because is there anything more stress-inducing than sheets that are constantly falling off of your mattress while you're just trying to get some damn sleep??

    7. A contour memory-foam pillow for neck support that'll help you nod off in supreme comfort and have you breaking up with all your other pillows (it's not you, it's them).

    8. Good Day chocolate melatonin supplements, a natural — and delicious — way to get your body ready for slumber.

    9. A truly heavenly simple scalp massager that'll make you feel all sorts of warm and tingly feelings and get you right in the mood to head to snoozetown.

    10. Therabox, a self-care subscription box designed to promote a sense of calm and joy — and hopefully help you wind down after a long day and prepare to hit the hay.

    11. A Dohm sound machine, a best-selling "white noise" machine that mimics the soothing sound of rushing air, with two speeds and a customizable volume, to block out any noise that might be keeping you up at night — or annoying you during the day.

    12. Some comfy ear plugs so you can basically hit mute on any irritating noises or distractions that are crushin' your vibe.

    13. A Himalayan salt lamp, to provide your room with a soft, amber glow, for an ambience conducive to catching some z's.

    14. A silk pillowcase that'll feel luxe AF (and help prevent messy hair to boot), so you'll have yet another excuse to crawl into bed an hour early.

    15. A super-plush robe so comfy you'll probably want to snuggle up under the covers as soon as you throw it on.

    16. A diffuser with lavender essential oil that'll bring all the chill vibes, making your home feel like a spa and prepping your mind and body for a trip to Sleepytown, USA.

    17. A pregnancy pillow, because you don't need to be pregnant to enjoy the comfort of full-body support as you drift into dreamland.

    18. A down-alternative comforter that — just warning you now! — might have you running late for work more often than not because you'll want to spend all day enveloped this luxurious cloud.

    19. An investment-worthy Philips wake-up light, which simulates the sunrise — so you can wake up more naturally, without being jolted awake by your blaring alarm clock — as well as the sunset, with dimming lights and sound features, so you can drift to sleep more easily.

    20. A neckroll pillow that might offer you the chin support you need to fall asleep more comfortably and easily.

    21. A memory-foam mattress topper, a cheaper alternative to buying a new mattress altogether that'll save you from uncomfortable sleepless nights from here on out.

    22. Wool socks to keep your toes perfectly toasty during chilly (or air-conditioned) eves — because going to sleep with cold feet is never fun.

    23. And set of fleece-lined leggings that'll help you stay extra-cozy during the colder months — is there any better sartorial combination than leggings and fleece?!

    24. A drawstring hoodie pillow so you can nap anywhere in (discreet) comfort.

    25. Neuro Sleep Drink, made with melatonin, magnesium, and L-theanine that may help you get to bed faster and sleep better through the night.

    26. A 100% cotton weighted blanket designed to increase relaxation and reduce stress.

    27. A set of sheets with nearly 35,000(!!) five-star reviews that feel way more expensive than they really are.

    28. And, of course, a comfy-as-hell mattress to ensure your sleep is as restful as possible on a regular basis — like this cool-sleeping Tuft & Needle mattress with adaptive foam so you'll have a comfortable sleep, but without totally sinking into your bed.