ShoppingCaret RightHome·Posted on Aug 2, 201720 Products That'll Help You Sleep Like Never BeforeYou'll be cruisin' for a snoozin'.by Jeff BarronBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink Zoë Burnett / BuzzFeed We hope you love the products we recommend! Just so you know, BuzzFeed may collect a share of sales from the links on this page. 1. This natural sound machine that generates white noise to help block out those obnoxious morning songbirds. amazon.com Promising review: "Now that winter is over, every morning around 4 a.m., a hundred idiot birds of varying species like to perch on the trees outside my house. They loudly compete with each other with various chirps and warbles. Since a man sort of needs sleep to function, I contemplated either chopping down every tree in the area, or shooting enough of the birds until the others got the point. For a variety of legal and practical reasons, I quickly nixed those ideas and decided to give this white noise sound generator a go. So far, so good. Now, it's only my job that drives me nuts, and not the moronic birds waking me up before I go to said job." —AydanGet it from Amazon for $45 (available in three colors).You can check out our take on it here. 2. This fluffy sheepskin rug — a cozy paradise you'll want to wrap yourself around. amazon.com Promising review: "Great product; beautiful white. Size was pretty much what I expected. No smell, as some people complained! This is not for decorative purposes. I have neuropathy, and my feet are always cold and in pain. It's so cozy and warm to put my feet on while sitting in the living room. When it's bedtime, I move it to the bed where my feet can rest on it, since the mattress is still too hard against my feet. It provides just enough cushion to relieve some of the pain and pressure. I don't know why I didn't think of this sooner! " —MargitGet it from Amazon for $50 (available in 12 colors). 3. This U-shaped pillow that's a side-sleeper's huggable dream come true. amazon.com Promising review: "Absolutely the bomb to sleep on if you like sleeping on your side. Wish I bought this years ago." —J. CohenGet it from Amazon for $56. 4. This sleek aroma diffuser to relax your senses all night with a few drops of essential oils. amazon.com Promising review: "As certified clinical aromatherapist, I've owned dozens of diffusers, and this is my absolute favorite one. What I love about it is the ability to run 10 minutes on, 20 minutes off (and then cycle again), which prevents olfactory fatigue. This is my #1 favorite diffuser, and I recommend it to everyone." —Lea HarrisGet it from Amazon for $45+ (available in eight colors). 5. This weighted blanket that'll keep you relaxed with ~cozy~ sense of security. amazon.com Promising review: "This is my go-to strategy for when I have trouble sleeping. I use this blanket, and I sleep deeply and soundly. I really love it. It provides a nice cozy weight around your whole body, giving a very relaxed feeling. It is also very well made and made in the US. Even though this says it is for a child, I am an adult who uses it comfortably." —KAGet it from Amazon for $99+ (available in five sizes and two colors). 6. This hoodie pillow for blocking out excess light and keeping your head toasty warm. amazon.com Promising review: "Saw this product featured on Shark Tank and my 13-year-old daughter begged for it. She now sleeps with it every night. She's always cold, and the hoodie helps keep her head warm so she stays toasty all over. The fabric quality is good." —BeckywwGet it from Amazon for $25+ (available in three colors). 7. This weather stripping to stop drafts from penetrating the sanctity of your room. amazon.com Promising review: "I just moved into a new place and noticed the patio door had a big gap under the door for some odd reason. I bought this and it is perfect! It's super flexible and not stiff at all like I thought it might be. It looks great on the door — like it has always been there." —Amazon CustomerGet it from Amazon for $14+ (available in five colors, and in 32-inch or 64-inch lengths). 8. This memory foam pillow with cooling gel to help you sleep through those summer nights. amazon.com Promising review: "I live in a place where heat is experienced during the winter, so this pillow is amazing and justified just for this reason. However, I cannot neglect to mention the memory foam, too. As a person with both back and neck issues, this pillow is incredible. I have been able to sleep through the night for the first time in several years. The combination of cooling and pressure relief is brilliant!" —BaileyGet it from Amazon for $31. 9. These acoustic tiles that reduce echo and dampen noise coming into your room. Brandon L. / Via amzn.to Promising review: "Very happy with the product. And such a great price compared to others on Amazon with the exact same product. Was happy at how much quieter it got in my room. I blacked out my windows and now have this. The silence and darkness has helped my sleeping, my music, and my game recordings. I've decided to order another 10 packs." —KevlarGet a 12-pack from Amazon for $18 (available in seven colors). 10. These contoured ear plugs to stop even the most obnoxious of snorers from ruining your sleep. amazon.com Promising review: "Due to my current living situation, I am stuck with sharing a room with an extremely loud snorer. Sometimes the person snores so loud that you can hear it down the hallway, even with the TV on! So you can imagine just how loud it was sharing a room...I was losing sleep for weeks and only getting about two to three hours a night. I was becoming restless and irritated. I tried a couple other brands of ear plugs and they barely seemed to make much of a difference. I was desperate for sleep at this point...I came across these in my research, so I bought them quickly. Surprisingly, these ones actually helped me to be able to relax and drown the noise so that I could sleep at night again. Now, they didn't drown all of the very loud snoring, but a very good majority was covered. They do feel odd at first, but you can get used to them." —CORIEGet a 10-pack from Amazon for $6 (also available in a pack of three). 11. This pop-up bed tent that'll give you a small private place to enjoy all on your lonesome. amazon.com Most promising review: "This is perfect for any college student or kid who just likes to have their own quiet space. This is tall enough to sit up in, but a cozy fort-like spot for my daughter to have some quiet space. It blocks out light nicely and is warm and cozy in her room, which can get chilly at night. Windows are also located at the top and bottom of the bed, which serve as doggy doors for us so our labs can get in and snuggle at night." —Jennifer BerkheimerGet it from Amazon for $129.99 (available in sizes twin to queen and in six colors). 12. These nose vents to help stop you (or others) from snoring. amazon.com Promising review: "These nose vents are wonderful. I have been using nose strips, but the glue is so hard on the nose. I decided to try these. I can't believe the difference and the effect these have." —VonnieGet a set of eight from Amazon for $12. 13. This dynamic light bulb that changes to warmer colors to make it easier to fall asleep. Promising review: "The elgato Avea is my first foray into the world of home automation products and I am happy to report that I truly like it and I am excited about whatever future devices Elgato might have up its sleeve in the same field. I am using the Avea with my bedside lamp which happens to sometimes be just out of reach for me when I am ready to sleep (yes I can be that lazy). Not a problem any more as I can simply use my iPhone or iPad to turn my lights on or off as need be. My favorite feature so far is a wake up feature that you can set to turn on with your alarm clock. A handy feature for those early wake-ups in the winter." —MMGet it from Amazon for $50. 14. This foam topper able to turn a less-than-good mattress into a great one. hannah / Amazon / Via amzn.to Promising review: "I've owned a lot of memory foam over the years. Some are too hot, some are actually too cold, but this is the foam Goldilocks would choose. It does a surprisingly good job at only 2" thick. I suffer from a permanent back injury and fibromyalgia. This has really helped me sleep better." —ErichGet it from Amazon for $46+ (available from sizes twin to California King). 15. This sleep balm infused with over nine natural ingredients to induce a relaxed state of mind. etsy.com Get a 2 oz. jar from Sage And Stone Organics on Etsy for $14. 16. This door guard for blocking light leakage and sound coming from less-than-mindful roommates. amazon.com Promising review: "Sure glad I got this thing, though I do not use mine for its intended purpose. While it does stop the draft through the big gap under the door between my roommate's room and my area, what I got it for was to block sound, which is also does very well." —Josh P.Get it from Amazon for $15. 17. This ultra-plush throw blanket that'll make your next nap a sexy and luxurious affair. amazon.com Promising review: "This blanket goes above and beyond the average blanket. If you've ever dreamed of sleeping in the pelts of 50 rabbits but don't want the guilt of all those rabbit lives, this is your blanket. It's light but warm — not too warm, just warm enough. And it's huge, so you can really bundle yourself up or add an extra person comfortably. This blanket just seems sexy and luxurious. I don't really know. It's magical, and it's changed my quality of life for the better." —Emma StanleyGet it from Amazon for $30 (available in six sizes and 12 colors). 18. This room humidifier to soothe dry throats and air passageways so you can breathe easier. amazon.com Promising review: "So for the last several weeks, I have been experiencing the negative effects of dry air in my home, particularly in my bedroom. My nose has been dry and sore with inflamed nasal passages along with my nose running 'like a sugar tree.' Sleeping with a fan as I have done for the past 15+ years became impossible. I don't know about you, but that combination makes for miserable sleep. Anyhow, I had never needed or used a humidifier until this purchase. Let's just say that my dreams have returned and I'm waking up to a nice mist rather than a pillow of Kleenex and a sore nose. Life is good." —Tracy JohnsonGet it from Amazon for $40. 19. These book pillows to provide a comfortable place for opening a new chapter in your improved sleep life. thinkgeek.com Get them from ThinkGeek for $12+. 20. And this zip-up bedding set that'll help you easily tidy up your bed with one swift zipper pull when you're done having the best sleep of your life. Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF amazon.com Promising review: "My 12-year-old son really likes this...he sleeps like a burrito all wrapped up in blankets, so its nice he can be always tucked in. He also likes that it just zips up and the bed is made! The top blanket isn't super thick so I think it can work for summer or winter weather. May require an extra blanket during the cold months, depending on where you live." —Eric and HeidiGet it from Amazon for $28+ (available in sizes twin or queen, and in eight styles). Go forth, and become the sleep burrito I know you can be. Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF 20th Century Fox Television Reviews have been edited for length and/or clarity.