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2.A cuddly hippo that projects a soothing starry night sky because it's always easy to fall asleep under the stars. It plays peaceful lullabies and nature sounds designed for babies, but you may find yourself stealing it once your little one is asleep.
3.A mood light alarm clock to wake you up with soothing nature sounds instead of a harsh alarm (though it has that option too if you're a deep sleeper).
5.It's Time to Sleep, My Love, a beautifully illustrated relaxing nighttime read that'll have you snoozing in no time. Who says you have to be a kid to read a kid's book?
6.A three-way showerhead so you can wash the day away and relax. Studies show that bathing before bed can actually help you fall asleep.
7.A journal because studies also show that writing down your list of to-dos the night before could potentially lead to an earlier bedtime. Plus, there's plenty of space for all your other thoughts or even a record of your dreams. And you can take it almost anywhere as it's weatherproof!
8.A sound machine to help you to forget about all your worries (*cough cough* your annoying and loud roommate *cough cough*) and get you to sleep in a jiffy.
9.Or a noise-defusing fan for blocking out irritating sounds *and* keeping you cool under all those blankets.
10.A padded sleep mask that'll block out all the light.
13.A box of lavender-scented nasal strips to stop your own snoring from waking you up.
14.A satin pajama set for hot sleepers who routinely overheat in bed. This slinky set will keep you cool and comfy.
15.A high-density foam yoga mat that'll help you stretch our sore, achy muscles, reduce your stress, improve your breathing, and relax your mind so you're prepared for sleep.
16.An air purifier so mold, dust, dirt, pollen, and dander you can't see in the air doesn't cause congestion that makes it nearly impossible for you to sleep. Its filtration system removes 99.9% of airborne pollutants so you can breathe easy.
17.A moisture-wicking mattress pad because sometimes you just want to fall asleep curled up under a bunch of blankets without worrying that you're going to wake up in the middle of the night drenched in sweat.
18.A kettle to heat up your water in hurry so you wind down before bed with a hot cup of decaffeinated tea.
19.A plush blanket for keeping your body warm so you can enjoy at least eight hours of cozy, uninterrupted sleep.
20.An air freshener that'll get rid of any lingering odors that could keep you from a good night’s rest.
21.A bottle of OLLY sleep gummies so you can finally drift off thanks to their sleep-inducing blend of L-Theanine, chamomile, and lemon balm — three ingredients that boost relaxation and increase your sleep quality.
22.An argan oil and lavender bath bomb because a luxurious bath before bed is an excellent way to encourage good sleep.
23.A home gym system to channel your before-bed anxieties and stresses into a more productive outlet. Exercising before bed may also help you enjoy a deeper, uninterrupted z's.
24.A bath caddy for reading, listening to music on your phone, and having a calming bath before bed.
25.An essential oil diffuser that'll fill your room with calming scents and get you in the mood for sleep. (Just be careful which essential oils you use if you have pets as some of them are toxic to our fur babies!)
26.A wedge pillow so your upper body is more upright when you sleep. This can help prevent the acid reflux and snoring that's keeping you up at night. Or, hold it between your knees to keep your spine aligned and reduce pressure on your back.
27.Some blackout curtains because no one ever said “I like bright sunshine when I am trying to sleep.”
28.A window AC unit to cool your room, help you sleep well, *and* save you money on your electricity bill.
29.A set of exceptionally soft Egyptian cotton sheets for a good night's rest that feels like you're sleeping on a cloud.
30.A pair of blue light-blocking glasses that'll come in handy if you stare at a screen all day. (Blue light affects the production of melatonin, a hormone that plays a big role in sleep.)
31.A Fitbit Versa 2 so you can track your sleep habits and figure out if things are going wrong.