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    32 Things For Anyone Who's Still Awake At 3 A.M. Chanting "Go To Sleep!"

    ::checks time on phone; sobs silently in frustration::

    1. 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~.

    A diagram showing to peel and stick the round and square stickers in multiple sizes and showing how much the dim the light on a router

    2. 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 under the blue and white blanket

    3. 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

    4. *OR* a faux fur weighted blanket for the ultimate in luxurious rest. It's like the comforting weight of your pup, but this bb won't move around or abandon you in the middle of the night.

    A model curled up with the light brown furry blanket

    5. Two-tone PJs made of a moisture-wicking material that'll feel cool against your skin... 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

    6. 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

    7. 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 someone holding the machine, showing its compact size

    8. 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

    9. A Kindle Paperwhite so you can enjoy a few chapters without keeping the lights on, helping both (you and 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

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

    The author wearing the glasses with text "no more tired eyes at the end of the day" and a photo of a computer screen as seen through the lenses, with less blue tones

    11. 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

    12. 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.

    A hand pressing into the mattress pad

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

    14. 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

    15. 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

    16. A pouch of lemon ginger 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

    17. 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?"

    18. 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

    19. 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.

    The grey fleecey nodpod eye mask with no strap

    20. 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

    21. 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

    22. A reviewer-certified squeak-free bedframe for anyone whose restless bed partner rustling in the night is keeping them from getting any real rest.

    The black bedframe

    23. A soothing ceiling projector with eight different light settings to turn anyone's room (adult or child alike) into a magical star show...and soothe and distract you from going over your to-do list for the thousandth time.

    The faceted light projector

    24. A pair of insulating blackout curtains to keep precious heat 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

    25. 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

    26. 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

    27. 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"

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

    The cover of the book, by Lee Crutchley

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

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

    30. 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 five stars can't be wrong!

    31. 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

    32. A high-density memory foam pillow ergonomically designed to align your knees and hips to reduce pressure on your lower back. That means less waking in the night in pain (according to Amazon reviewers) and easier time falling asleep.

    A reviewer showing the different ways to sleep with this: between thighs or calves, under one thigh, or under one calf

    It's time to turn off your inner Bethenny Frankel.

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