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    32 Products That'll Help You Go To Sleep So Much Faster

    Don't snooze on these effective products — or you might lose sleep.

    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 weighted blanket reviewers swear by to help with anxiety, stress, and insomnia. The just-heavy-enough pressure can help you relax and feel comforted enough to drift off.

    A model cuddled under the striped blanket

    It's available in three sizes and and 10 weights, so whether you're looking for one for a kid, for yourself, or to use in a king or queen-sized bed with your partner, there's an option for you!

    Promising review: "This is the BEST purchase I have ever made. I have been an insomniac for years and have never successfully been treated. Even with many doctors appointments and medications — NOTHING worked! On top of that I have RLS (Restless Leg Syndrome). I thought I would give this blanket a try. This product is not advertised for RLS but it absolutely should be! I have had my blanket for three days and I have been basically sleeping in a coma-like state!!! Its is the soundest and best sleep I have ever had in my life. And the comforting weight on my legs and boy just eases those RLS symptoms and drifts me off to a sound sleep!!! It is so hard to describe the feeling of peace and comfort the minute you lay it on your body. I actually ordered the 15-pound blanket for my weight and height because I wanted the extra weight just in case. I decided to go ahead an order a second one if I have an emergency situation and need even more weight on my legs. This product is phenomenal to say the least!!!" —DeAnn Barksdale

    Get it from Amazon for $49.90+ (available in 40 colors and prints).

    2. Or a Bearaby weighted blanket if you're looking for the same soothing weight, but not-just-right home decor ~keeps you up at night~. This chunky knit looks straight out of an interior design mag!

    The white cotton knit blanket on a sofa

    If you're really worried about overheating, it also comes in a cooling version made out of Tencel.

    I have this in the cooling version (in the color "avocado") and let's just say I've used it quite a bit in recent times. The large knit style is super chic, and the organic cotton is breathable (and there's nothing in it to create the weight *other* than cotton, so no uncomfy glass beads). I *love* it, and it's actually extremely cute, looking like a regular old fancy blanket! It's heavy, but still I take it from bed to couch and back to bed all the time as I WFH. It doesn't overheat on the couch (thanks to the fabric and the "holes" in the large knit), but provides a pleasant weight as I watch TV or work. And when it's layered over my duvet, it keeps me extra cozy and warm.

    Promising review: "I love this napper a little too much. I carry it up and down stairs all day as I move between the bed and couch for crafting, reading, etc. I like to grasp onto something when I sleep (usually the edge of the pillowcase), so the loops are awesome for tucking in my fingers and toes. Unlike another weighted blanket I own, the napper is stylish so I don't mind if it's out in the living room, and I can wash it, a huge deal given how often it's used. It's a bit of a pain to dry (it took three cycles in the dryer, so next time I am going to hand dry). The weight is very comforting, and I don't have an issue with overheating, even using it in the middle of summer in a muggy climate." —Madeline B.

    Get it from Bearaby for $249+ (available in three weights and nine colors).

    3. A few sheets of LED-dimming stickers to finally keep those pesky router, TV, clock, and other electronic lights from ruining your ~room of complete darkness~.

    They dim 50–80% of the light, so you can still tell that your devices are still actually *on* and functioning. You can always double them up to completely block out the light source if you'd like (many reviewers do this) or buy the stronger **full black-out** edition!

    Promising review: "This is the best thing you never knew you needed. I own a digital clock with the numbers displayed in red LED light, and every night I've blocked the light with a cover so it doesn't shine in my eyes as I sleep. Silly I know, but I like my room pitch black and cave-like. On a whim I bought this product. OH MY GOD! Game-changer!! For the first night EVER I didn't have to cover the clock display before I went to bed!! I had no idea how big a difference this little dimmer could make, but I'm more than pleased with the result. I can still see the time display just fine, but now my room is a happy cave! Some commenters argue you could get the same effect using electrical tape, regular tape covered in Sharpie, etc, but true to the name of these products if you're looking for something to DIM, then this is for you. Also the product is easy to remove and doesn't leave a sticky residue at all, which can't be said for most tapes. I did notice a slight lag in response when I covered my TV LED sensor, so if you're trying to block something that actually senses inputs I would maybe not suggest this. Other than that, excellent product!" —Amazon Customer

    Get a sheet of over 100 dimming stickers (in multiple sizes and shapes) from Amazon for $5.89.

    4. Two-tone PJs made of a moisture-wicking material that'll feel cool against your skin... so you don't toss and turn sweating while you're still awake at 2 a.m. *and* help you not wake up in a pool of sweat night after night.

    A model in the blue short sleeve and shorts set with cream trim

    Promising review: "I spent hours researching a pair of pajamas that would make me comfortable because I am having horrible night sweats and have been for a year and a half. I ordered these pajamas a few days ago and they are the softest most comfortable pajamas. I haven’t felt any sweat on my body and have slept like a rock in the last couple days! I bought the short sleeve and shorts pajama set and absolutely can’t tell you how much I love these! I will be getting more when it becomes winter! So thankful for these pajamas and giving me a great nights rest finally!❤️❤️❤️" —Ellen Brooks

    Get them from Amazon for $21.99+ (available in women's sizes S–4X and 13 colors).

    5. And if you want to go all the way with the sleep-cool fabric, a set of 100% bamboo sheets that'll feel silky soft and oh-so comfortable no matter the time of year. They say bamboo feels like twice the thread count of cotton, who knew?!

    The set of white sheets with grey piping
    Layla Sleep

    Promising review: "So sooooooooft..... Fell asleep in record time. Perfect temperature, not to cold and never feels hot." —Luis F.

    Get a set from Layla Sleep for $75+ (originally $125+; available in sizes twin–Cal king and in white and grey).

    6. A lavender, mugwort, and chamomile–infused dream balm you can rub into your feet, wrist, or chest for an immediate ~doze~ of relaxation.

    A Dream Balm in a round purple container
    Woodland Herbal/Etsy

    Here's what BuzzFeed Shopping editor Emma Lord has to say about this balm: "I bought this a few weeks ago and have been using it as needed — like if there are nights I'm going to bed and feel a little more anxious than usual, or not as tired as I should be. I found that it helps put me a bit more in a sleep headspace for sure, but what I've really loved it for is when I wake up in the middle of the night. Usually if that happens I am wide awake for a few hours at least, and when that happens several times a week, it is, uh, Not Good. I'm reluctant to take melatonin or a sleeping aid so far into the middle of the night, but this has been *excellent* at helping me drift back to sleep without knocking me out and making me feel super groggy when it's actually time to get up. I just apply it to my temples and inner wrists as the seller suggests (they mention you can use it on your feet as well). It has a really nice scent to it that soothes without being overpowering at all; I really only notice it if my nose is like, right on my wrist, and it doesn't linger anywhere when I get up the next day. 11/10 recommend for anyone who wakes up in the middle of the night and wants a way to get back to sleep!

    Get it from Woodland Herbal on Etsy for $14.

    Woodland Herbal is an Ohio-based Etsy shop established in 2018 that specializes in skincare, salves, and tea blends.

    7. A mechanical white noise machine (it produces white noise by creating rushing air, not fake electric "ocean sounds") to pleasantly drown out your neighbors, Scary House Creaking Noises, and that annoyingly cheerful morning birdsong. Just twist to adjust the volume — no weird fake ocean sounds here! Just 100% true white noise.

    The machine staged in a room

    Mechanical white noise means NO LOOPING! You can just twist to adjust the volume and tone.

    Promising review: "This is the best sound machine ever. I stayed in an Airbnb in Vermont and they had this in the room. I just had to buy my own. This thing turns on and the next thing I know, the sun is rising. I mean my head hits the pillow and I'm out. This is portable, though right now with the pandemic it may not matter how portable it is. It does not take up a lot of space on my end table, it's easy to store when I don't want it out during the day. The sound is so soothing. I'm glad I don't have to keep that 10-hour YouTube video of white noise on my computer every night." —LC

    Get it from Amazon for $27.68.

    8. Or an electronic sound machine with 20 sound settings including white noise, fan, campfire, rain, brook, and cricket — all with no looping (and no...pause... when it loops) for minimal annoyance while staring at the ceiling, wide awake.

    A reviewer image of the machine next to a picture frame, showing its compact size

    It has 30 volume levels so you can find the perfect balance and continuous play or an auto-off timer to shut off anywhere between 1–7 hours. And the memory function automatically stores your previous volume, sound and timer options so you don't have to reset it!

    Promising review: "This is the Rolls Royce of white noise machines. Buy this. The available sounds and tones are amazing. I suffer from tinnitus and it is difficult to get something to cover up that constant noise. This machine does it better than I ever thought possible. Also very important, the sounds are not looping. It is surprisingly easy to detect the loop on most sound machines. No loop here, so you won't go bonkers waiting for the next repeat to happen in your head. Do not waste your money on a cheap noise machine. They short out after minimal use and the loops are ridiculous. This looks modern and super cool on my nightstand. The sound quality is rich and sounds much better than I anticipated. Every once in a while I run across a product that is just so darn good that my quest for a better one ends. This is such a product. This is the last kind of sound/white noise machine I will ever use. Easy to travel with too! Buy this! You and your sleep will love it." —Cinthia

    Get it from Amazon for $36.99 (also available in black).

    9. A Lasko tower fan to provide just the right amount of white noise AND keep your room perfectly cool for optimal sleeping — without taking up too much floor space. This baby has three speed settings and powerful air flow so you stay comfortable all night long.

    The tall, narrow fan staged in a room

    It has a remote so you can control it from the comfort of your bed, and you can set it to auto shut off after anywhere from a half hour to 7.5 hours.

    Promising review: "This thing is TALL, which is great because if you put in in you’re room or office it gets around and cools the entire thing. I highly recommend this tower fan. Mine doesn’t have a smell or making any kind of noise. It’s actually has a comforting sound that’s easy to fall asleep to." —Amazon Customer

    Get it from Amazon for $61.93+ (available in black and a wood grain style).

    10. A Philips sunrise-mimicking light and alarm clock, because not only does it wake you up gradually and naturally, but it also has a *reverse* sunset mode that slowly fades away, while you fade out of consciousness yourself.

    The clock during the beginning of wakeup, with a dim orange/red glow to mimic a sunrise

    In the morning, it has 20 brightness settings that slowly increase over 30 minutes so you rise ~with the sun~, feeling energized and ready for the day. Once it's at full brightness, only *then* will the alarm sound go off.

    Get it from Amazon for $135.96.

    Promising review: "This has really made a big difference in how I wake up every morning. On these short winter days, I always have to wake up before sunrise, and that's...challenging. I found myself hitting the snooze button at least three times, leaving very little time for me to get ready and to work on time. Having the sunrise simulation wakes me up gradually and completely. I almost always wake up fully before the music starts and I have not needed the snooze function yet. All of the wake up sounds were pleasant. I especially like the birdsong with flute music, as it reminds me of being in a spa. I like the dusk option for going to sleep. I set it for 30–60 minutes and read until it's too dark and I drop off to sleep. An additional bonus is that since I'm no longer using my cellphone as my alarm clock, I practice better sleep hygiene and keep my cellphone out of the bedroom. It is a significant investment but it has been worth it." —MsEdinger

    Check out a BuzzFeed Shopping editor's review of the alarm clock (#11 in the post) for a first-hand account on how it can make mornings easier.

    If you're looking for a cheaper option, you can get a similar wake up alarm clock for $37.99.

    11. A Kindle Paperwhite so you can enjoy a few chapters without keeping the lights on, helping you (your bed partner) wind down without too much light waking up your brain. Turn the TV off and get off your phone — this'll get you right off to dreamland.

    The Paperwhite in black

    I use my Kindle Paperwhite (the previous, non-waterproof generation) before bed every night, and after reading for awhile, I turn down the brightness to a low level just slightly dimmer than I'd want — after a page or two, my brain goes "Nope!" and shuts off to sleep. AND it helps me not even start thinking the anxious or negative thoughts that *usually* keep me up at night.

    Promising review: "This is my third Kindle and as the headline suggests, it is the best yet. Light, easy to hold and turn pages, simple to use, amazing capacity, doesn't hurt when you drop it on your chest as sleep overcomes your desire to read....what's not to love!" —Paul Deyoung

    Get it from Amazon for $129.99+ (available in four colors, two storage sizes, and with or without special offers).

    Learn more about the newest Kindle Paperwhite in our closer look!

    12. A lavender and chamomile aromatherapy mist to spray on everything and make your bedroom a ~Cave of Slumbers~.


    It's made with all natural essential oils that'll help you feel calm and relaxed as you breathe it in. Spray it on blankets, pillows, clothes — you can even spray it on yourself!

    Promising review: "This product is great. I spray it on my pillow at night and it helps me relax into sleep rather than toss and turn. It is also a nice fragrance around the house. So happy that I tried this. I am very pleased!" —Martha N.

    Get it from Amazon for $14.99.

    Asutra is a woman-owned company (partially owned by Venus Williams!!) carrying products for self-care. Nothing is tested on animals or contains parabens, phthalates, or petroleum.

    13. Or if acne struggles are keeping you up at night, a pillow spray designed to kill zit-causing bacteria so you don't have to change out your pillowcases as often. AND, thanks to its soothing lavender scent, you'll be off to a solid dose of beauty sleep in no time.

    The spray bottle, with text touting its relaxing scent

    Promising review: "Product smells great. Definitly noticed a difference in less breakouts and helps soothe you to sleep. I use a silk pillowcase and has not damaged or stained it in anyway. I recommend you try this product." —Lizz

    Get it from Amazon for $11.99.

    Diva Stuff is a family-run and woman-owned business based in Florida.

    14. An adaptive foam Tuft & Needle mattress that'll never sag or get uncomfortable. Just pure body-sinking-in comfort. Good luck getting out of bed!

    The mattress staged in a room, showing the box it ships in

    Their mattresses are designed to keep you from sinking in too far and "sleeping hot" — giving just enough support and cushion for a solid night's sleep. Oh, and it ships right to you in a box!

    Promising review: "I LOVE my bed! This mattress has really minimized my tossing and turning, as well as my insomnia. I’ll lay down for five minutes and I’m out like a light. I wake up in the mornings thankful and refreshed." —Dsmith

    Get it from Tuft & Needle for $382.50+ (originally $450+; available in sizes twin–California king). That's right, they're currently 15% off!

    15. Or if you're not looking for a new mattress, a hypoallergenic bamboo mattress pad to create a breathable, cloudlike layer over your mattress to make "sleeping hot" a thing of the past.

    The pad on a mattress, staged in a room

    Promising review: "My discomfort while sleeping had gotten to the point where I honestly dreading laying down each night (and this girl normally LOVES her sleep). I finally broke down and did some research about mattress toppers/pads and this one kept popping up as the best reviewed. I had high hopes when I ordered it and I am NOT disappointed! It’s only been two nights, but those two nights have been the best sleep I’ve had in weeks! It’s soft and cushy and seems to hug my body exactly how it needs to in order to provide support. I LOVE this mattress pad and only wish I would’ve purchased it sooner." —Shannon G

    Get it from Amazon for $134.99+ (available in sizes twin–California king).

    16. A pair of stylish blue-light-blocking glasses to make your evening screen time less disruptive to your sleep.

    Two images, one of my computer screen through the lenses (looking less bright and slightly warmer in tint), and the heavy-frame black glasses on my face

    Check out the National Sleep Foundation for why your electronics might be harming your sleep quality: The artificial blue light delays your circadian rhythm and suppresses the release of melatonin, making it harder to fall asleep.

    I have these glasses (hi, that's me pictured above) and these really help my eyes feel less tired and dry after staring at a screen all day. Check out my review for all the deets!

    Get them from Prive Revaux for $29.95 (available in five colors).

    17. A bulk box of Sleepytime herbal tea; with a soothing blend of chamomile, spearmint, and lemongrass, it'll help you wind down at the end of the day and prepare for...well...sleepytime.

    The box of tea

    Promising review: "So I was having a lot of trouble falling asleep and staying asleep on week nights. I think this was emanating from some anxiety about waking up early and getting enough sleep. At a coworker’s suggestion, I bought this stuff. It knocked me on my ASS! Within a half hour of finishing it, I was dead to the world. Most restful night of sleep I’ve gotten in months. Will become a regular part of my routine. Also knocked my 220 lb boyfriend out like a damn baby. HIGHLY recommend." —Amy

    Get a jumbo pack of six boxes of 40 tea bags from Amazon for $22.44 — if you need a lil' more it's also available in a Sleepytime *extra* blend.

    18. Or a pouch of chamomile herbal tea with *no* caffeine so you can have a soothing sip no matter how far into the afternoon or evening hours you've trickled.

    The pouch of tea
    Blk and Bold

    The pouch makes about 43 cups!

    Get a pack of two pouches from Amazon for $23.99.

    Promising review: "Love this tea. Will buy again. Good price. This tea puts me to sleep everytime!" —Lisa Matthews

    Blk and Bold is a Black-owned business that pledges 5% of profits 5% of its profits to youth programming, workforce development, and ending youth homelessness.

    19. A jar of Olly Restful Sleep gummies formulated with melatonin and l-theanine, lemon balm, and chamomile to help you naturally drift off and support your sleep cycle. And hello, nighttime snack!

    My photo of the gummies with the text "most productive bedtime snack ever?"
    BuzzFeed / Maitland Quitmeyer

    After taking a higher dose of melatonin a few times in college and having some fun and INTENSELY VIVID NIGHTMARES, I recently tried these instead. The lower dose of melatonin and the other ingredients have definitely help me get drowsy faster.

    A few Amazon reviewers mention their gummies melted in shipment, so if you're experiencing hot weather, you can stock up on them IRL at a local store.

    Promising review: "I've tried other sleep products like the sleep drinks and other gummies but I keep coming back for these! They've worked the best out of any of the others I've tried! I fall asleep fast and stay asleep for the whole night. I also wake up feeling great! No hangover feeling at all!" —Jaime Arnold

    Get a jar of 50 gummies from Amazon for $12.42 (also available in larger quantities).

    Learn more about the link between melatonin and sleep at the National Sleep Foundation.

    20. A lightweight, contoured sleeping mask that'll block every beam of light and never press down on your eyes, so you'll completely forget you're even wearing it.

    A collage of people using the mask, both at home and while traveling

    Promising review: "I absolutely LOVE this mask. I had been having trouble sleeping but now I put it on, completely blocks out the lights, so comfortable it relaxes me and sends my brain the message: 'Go to sleep.' I do pair the evening routine with sleep music or meditation affirmations timed for an hour, but I used to do that before the mask and it worked but not as well as with the mask. My sleep has improved by 90% both in time and overall rest. ABSOLUTELY LOVE IT — it’s also hand washable with gentle soap and I dry it with my hairdryer." —Patricia Ceballos

    Get it from Amazon for $8.99.

    21. Or a Nodpod, aka a weighted blanket-sleep mask hybrid designed to put a comforting and relaxing pressure on your head — without the feeling of elastic.

    A model with the long eye mask draped over their face

    You can also freeze it for headache relief!

    Promising review: "Really enjoying this purchase. I have a history of insomnia, and often have a racing brain at night, which makes it hard to keep my eyes closed. The Nod Pod adds the perfect weight, though I almost want it a bit heavier! Superb for daytime cat naps, and MIGRAINES, too." —Christine T.

    Get it from Amazon for $34 (available in five colors).

    Nodpod is a female-founded brand making just, well, NodPods. You can also shop their site for the full selection of colors, but most colors are out of stock.

    22. Cozyphones, a fleece headband with flat headphones built right in, because sleeping with earbuds in your ears is damn painful, but your "go to sleep" playlist is kickin'.

    A model wearing the headband-like cozyphones

    Promising review: "Thank you for this amazing product!!!!!!!!!!!!!! This is the answer to my prayers! I have cartilage on my ear that sticks out at the bottom of the opening of my ear that makes using headphones painful. The CozyPhones Sleep Headphones is so comfortable and doesn’t hurt my ears!!! It was a little too large which made the volume not loud enough. I took a terry cloth head band with a Velcro closure and wrapped that around the unit and now it's a snug fit and the volume is perfect. I used this to listen to my sleep meditations since I have trouble falling asleep. With this I can totally relax and go to sleep more quickly. I’d give these headphones 10 stars if it were possible." —Maggie Kinstle

    Get them from Amazon for $16.97 Also available in a friggin' adorable unicorn version for kids!

    23. A herbal sleep pillow, because (::Amy Poehler voice::) this isn't a regular pillow, it's a COOL pillow. It's filled with lavender (and you can add four other additional herb scents if you like) to help you drift right off — just tuck it under your pillow or hang it from your headboard!

    A purple dyed stitched pillow with lavender in it
    La Aquarelle/Etsy

    Promising review: "The scent is beautiful, strong but pleasant! It’s small enough to keep at the side of my pillow for an added sleep aid. I love it, thank you!" —Hannah Doolan

    Get it from La Aquarelle on Etsy for $11.50+ (available in five scents).

    La Aquarelle is a UK-based Etsy shop established in 2016 that specializes in plant-dyed sleep masks, eye pillows, and herbal sachets.

    24. A humidifier and essential oil diffuser designed to look like the night sky for a whole universe of relaxation — use lavender or your favorite nighttime-friendly essential oil for an extra boost.

    An image of the glowing diffuser emitting steam

    There are seven different color-changing options, it automatically shuts off when dry, and the water tank holds a supply that'll last *up to four hours*.

    Promising review: "I ordered my product and received the next day! I was so excited that as I opened I accidentally dropped the glass portion which shattered! I emailed the seller and they not only sent the glass part but a whole new diffuser! Amazing! Thank you. Super beautiful! I turn on my fave light, pour a few drops of my fave oil, and sleep like a baby!" —Isela Aragon

    Get it from Amazon for $33.97.

    25. A pair of insulating blackout curtains to keep precious heat and air conditioning IN and annoying sunlight OUT — or even worse, the lights your neighbors refuse to turn off at 3 a.m. that are somehow brighter than the sun.

    A review image of the curtains blocking out all the daylight, except a teeny strip at the top

    Promising review: "I work third shift. My bedroom windows face west and that afternoon/evening sun is brutal when you're trying to sleep when all the sunlight is coming at you. These curtains block out most of the light and let me fall asleep easily, making the bedroom near cave dark. The material is soft and love the double panel it really insulated the room from the hot sun. They do look thin but don't let that fool you, they get the job done. Great value for the money. Highly recommend going with the black it seems like you get the best blackout effect than with other colors." —JrGund

    Get two panels from Amazon for $30.95 (available in three sizes and 16 colors).

    26. A Goldilocks-approved pillow filled with shredded memory foam so your head is never too high (like traditional memory foam pillows that don't sink in enough) or too low (like the decade-old down alternative pillows on your bed right now). It's juuuuust right.

    An image of the two pillows detailing the features like the bamboo rayon and shredded foam to keep the pillows cool

    Promising review: "I had neck pain for years and never knew why. I always thought it was my posture during the day sitting at my desk. The past few months, my neck pain had been really bad and I didn’t know why (we have floppy, down, soft pillows). I did an experiment and slept with a hard throw pillow for the next two nights, and my pain decreased, but wasn’t completely gone. I realized I needed a really firm pillow, so I did a TON of research and came across this one. My neck pain is COMPLETELY GONE and every night yields such wonderful, comfortable sleep. The pillow itself is supportive without being hard or immovable. I LOVE it. My boyfriend bought a matching one. We are very, very happy customers! Also, I NEVER write reviews so it’s a big deal that something affects me enough to write about it." —Gabrielle

    Get them from Amazon for $59.99 each (also available in king-size).

    27. A freshly brewed cup of ~moon milk~ — aka a bedtime drink made of warm milk, honey, spices, and ashwagandha, an adaptogen plant used in Ayurvedic healing that can help with stress, insomnia, and fatigue.

    A BuzzFeed food writer's cup of moon milk
    Hannah Loewentheil/BuzzFeed

    One of our food writers talked to an MD who specializes in Ayurveda before trying moon milk for herself (her brew is pictured above!). Check out her first-hand experience with moon milk — spoiler alert, it *did* make her sleepy — for all the deets!

    Promising review: "Love this Tur Latte Golden Milk mix! I'd been making my own from scratch every night and this is so much easier and tastes the same! Originally got this to just take on a trip but now will use this all the time as it's so much easier and there's no mess! I mix it with coconut milk and it's so yummy. If you use too much it tends to be a bit strong so don't overdo. It does help with sleep and I seem to have more energy! Highly recommend!" —J. M. Gray

    Get a pre-made mix perfect for moon milk (with turmeric, coconut milk powder, cinnamon, ashwaghanda, ginger, and more already in it) from Amazon for $21.99.

    28. A U-shaped body pillow that'll be your cuddle buddy and grown-up stuffed animal companion to keep your body aligned and give you a comforting, cocooning sensation to help you relax and doze right off.

    A model cuddling the pillow with text that reads "Helps keep your hips and spine in a neutral position"

    Was this originally designed for pregnant women? Yes. Will *everyone* enjoy the benefits? Also yes. It also has a removable cover you can toss right in the wash for easy cleaning!

    Promising review: "This pillow saved me! I was not sleeping AT ALL. Tossing, turning couldn't get comfortable. I am not pregnant, I just needed additional support for my back which this provides and has helped ease hip and leg aches. It also keeps me in one spot so I don't wake myself up constantly moving around, but allows me to easily maneuver if I need too and I fall right back to sleep. My dogs love it too. I will often find them snuggled up in the middle of it under the blanket. Have no issue with the fluff. I throw it in the dryer every other time I wash the cover and flip it over often sleeping on both sides." —Karen

    Get it from Amazon for $46.59+ (available in four sizes and four colors).

    29. The Nocturnal Journal, a creative notebook to help any restless mind late at night — it's filled with interactive pages and reusable activities to de-stress, unwind, and just chill out so you can get to sleep ASAP.

    The cover of the book, by Lee Crutchley

    Remember that thing you did in third grade? You know how you stayed up half the night last week thinking about it? That's over now.

    Promising review: "Lee Crutchley's book is the literary answer for insomnia. This is the perfect book to keep by your bedside when counting sheep just isn't doing the trick to send you off to dreamland. Open The Nocturnal Journal to any page and let your imagination run wild. It's a good idea to keep a pencil or pen handy to answer the questions posed on some pages. Exploring some of the thoughts that are keeping you awake will definitely help you calm them down, answer them, or help put them to bed so sleep will come more easily." —Dee Long

    Get it from Amazon for $16.

    30. A table lamp with multiple brightness and color options so you can sleep soundly after reading in bed. As you head towards bedtime, opt for warmer light colors!

    The lamp, with swatches showing the different color and brightness modes

    It also has a USB port built into the base for all your charging needs.

    Promising review: "I LOVE THIS LIGHT!!! It's fairly sturdy, especially for the price, and the variable light colors are THE BEST!! Being able to use yellow light at night to help with getting to sleep while I'm reading, then change to blue light during the day with just a couple taps, is awesome. The variable light level control is super easy and convenient, and there are a ton of ways to reposition the light to meet your needs. As someone who prefers clean lines/contemporary design, I also love how it looks on my nightstand." —Shauna B.

    Get it from Amazon for $39.99+ (available in four colors).

    31. A mega-fluffy down alternative all-season duvet insert, because being cozy isn't just for the wintertime. This has weight that's perfect for cuddling under year-round; the over 50,000 people who rated this 5 stars can't be wrong!

    The quilted duvet insert on a bed

    Promising review: "I have insomnia and this is exactly what the packaging says: 'an adult security blanket.' It keeps you warm without getting too hot and it’s light and fluffy."—Alby Yasmeen Sumague

    Get it from Amazon for $29.99+ (available in sizes twin–oversized king and six colors).

    32. And/or a "365" blanket designed to be used, you guessed it, 365 days a year. Its thin, oversized (so you don't wake up freezing when your partner steals the covers) and temperature-regulating so you can snooze in comfort all. year. long.

    The textured blanket in mustard, draped on a bed
    Muslin Comfort

    Promising review: "I have to admit, I was skeptical that this blanket would be enough to keep us warm at night, in the winter...and when I first saw it/held it, I was even more doubtful. But after one night it was clear that even though it feels light, this blanket is COZY! I haven’t woken up too hot or too cold since it arrived. I love how soft and luxurious it is. Absolutely worth every penny!" —Muslin Comfort Reviewer

    Get it from Muslin Comfort for $169.99+ (available in sizes oversized twin–oversized king and seven colors).

    Muslin Comfort is a woman-owned small business based in California making muslin bedding and towels.

    Me turning off my alarm this morning:

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