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    28 Products For People Who've Forgotten What Good Sleep Feels Like

    "Sleep? I don't know her." —you before reading this

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    1. A set of relaxing bath bombs to enjoy a warm soak before bed. Research shows that baths can lower your core temperature, which not only helps you get to sleep, but it may also improve your quality of sleep. An ideal bath time is an hour or two before you want to snooze.

    2. An old-fashioned foot roller for massaging away the pain of a 12-hour shift — no partner needed!

    3. Or a heated foot massager you'll have to fight your family members to use. The pulsing massage nodes will pamper your sore, tired feet until they don't hurt anymore = no more waking up in the middle of the night to throbbing feet.

    4. And a heated back and neck massager that'll handle any other aches and pains in your body that are keeping you up at night.

    5. A pack of light-dimming stickers so bright alarm clocks and flashing electronics don't distract you from sleep.

    6. A weighted blanket for anyone whose mind races when they're in bed. This specific weighted blanket comes with two covers: one that'll keep hot sleepers cool and another that'll retain heat so you're cozy and warm.

    7. A set of bed sheets made from soft microfiber that doesn't wrinkle and won't cause you to overheat. Insomnia, meet your worst enemy.

    8. A gel-infused memory foam topper, because you don't have to spend $$$ on a brand-new mattress to get luxuriously good sleep.

    9. A memory foam orthopedic knee pillow to help reduce back strain, align your spine, promote better circulation, and alleviate pressure on your knees, especially for side sleepers.

    10. A gel memory foam pillow for anyone whose old, lumpy cushions just aren't cutting it anymore. This one is ventilated to optimize air circulation = you won't wake up drenched in sweat.

    11. A pack of sound-dampening door bumpers so the sound of your partner shutting doors and closing cabinets doesn't wake you.

    12. A bottle of OLLY sleep gummies that'll encourage your body to rest with their blend of L-Theanine, chamomile, and lemon balm — three ingredients that boost relaxation and increase your sleep quality.

    13. A caffeine-free valerian tea to sip while you wind down with a good book. Avoiding caffeine after 2 p.m. gives your body enough time to work it out of your system so you can sleep easy.

    14. An air purifier for anyone who's been having trouble breathing easily through the night. This bad boy removes dander, mold, dust, and pollen in the air to help you sleep better.

    15. A white noise machine so you can fall asleep to the soothing sounds of ocean waves or distant thunder.

    16. A humidifier that'll add moisture to the air. This increases hydration to your hair and skin, plus it keeps your nasal passages moist, which has the added benefit of potentially helping prevent congestion. Here's to sleeping through the night *and* being able to breathe.

    17. A pack of nasal strips for snoring to make it easier to breathe through your nose, because you shouldn't be snoring so loudly that you wake yourself up — or prevent your partner from falling asleep.

    18. A dry-mouth lozenge if you can't make it through the night without waking for water. These tablets sit in your mouth while you're asleep and help stimulate saliva production so you can sleep comfortably.

    19. A himalayan salt lamp, because it makes a great night light and creates the perfect peaceful ambiance for snoozing if you can't handle candles.

    20. A sunrise alarm clock that'll help you unwind before bed and then gradually wake you up in the morning. No more smashing the snooze button multiple times!

    21. A two-in-one essential oil diffuser to emit relaxing scents like lavender that'll prepare your body for bedtime. It also doubles as a humidifier.

    22. A plug-in dimmer switch for lowering the lights when you're getting ready for bed. This action encourages your body to prepare for sleep.

    23. An oversized silk eye mask so you can sleep like a baby tonight. There's a reason thousands of people swear by it for blocking light.

    24. A set of blackout curtains that'll 1. block light from entering your room, 2. reduce noise, and 3. regulate the temperature so it's warm in the winter and cool in the summer. Prepare for the best sleep of your life!

    25. A three-layer door stopper to block out the sounds of annoying roommates while also maintaining the temperature in your room. Installation is easy: simply cut the strip to size and attach it to your door using the built-in adhesive backing.

    26. A daily planner, because writing has been shown to help reduce anxiety, which often leads to better sleep. Research shows that writing down your to-dos for tomorrow — a task that takes only five minutes — can help you fall asleep faster.

    27. A Kindle Paperweight if your phone habits are keeping you up at night. Curling up in bed with a good book is a great way to lower stress levels, plus you're not exposing yourself to blue light that can delay your body's release of melatonin, an important hormone for sleep.

    28. A pack of scented foot pads that'll not only make your feet smell fresh, but may also promote circulation to your feet to relieve pain and make it easier to sleep.

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