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    24 Products That’ll Help If You’re Tired Of Feeling Tired

    Rise and shine, folks.

    1. A pour-over dripper that'll get you going in the morning, if you tend to be a little bleary-eyed when you wake up. It makes a single, perfect serving and is way better than instant coffee granules.

    A kettle pours hot water into a metallic cone with coffee grounds that's sitting on top of a mug

    2. Or a tea infuser if that's how you prefer to get your daily fix. Just pop some loose leaf tea in it, put it in a mug, pour boiling water over it, and watch your tea steep to the perfect colour.

    3. A caffeine solution that’ll help improve the look of dark under-eye circles and help wake you up if you had a rager (or a good cry!) the night before. This vegan serum works on all skin types and has no parabens or sulphates, so you can feel good about what you're putting on the sensitive eye area.

    4. A 100% natural scrub that has an invigorating coffee scent that'll help you perk up during your morning shower. It'll also help improve the appearance of cellulite, eczema, stretch marks, wrinkles and varicose veins (if that’s something you care about, which it might not be, tbh).

    A jar of a scrub on a plate with coffee beans

    5. A silky sleep mask to shut the world out when you desperately need some shut-eye. It has an adjustable strap and is also totally breathable, which means you won't wake up all hot and sweaty.

    A sleep mask with stars dors and crescent moons

    6. Some blackout curtains that'll turn your room into a dark cave, even if it's super sunny out. They’ll help to reduce noise disturbances and even help to regulate the temperature in your room by keeping heat in during the winter and blocking out heat in the summer, so you’ll always be sleeping in a safe and snuggly cocoon.

    Curtains hanging in a bedroom with a window letting in sunlight

    7. Or a sun-blocking window film that'll block out most of the sun, but still allow a little light to filter in, if you don't want total darkness while you sleep. Just cut it out to the size you want, peel off the backing, paste it on your window, and it'll filter out 99% of UV rays.

    A window has the film on it in reducing the amount of light in a house

    8. A sleepytime tea that'll help you unwind after a stressful day and get ready for the nighttime snoozle. It's made with chamomile, spearmint, lemon grass, and valerian that'll naturally help you start to drift off into pleasant dreams.

    9. A cold brew maker that'll help you beat the 3 p.m. slump when your eyes are starting to close and you desperately want to lie down. It brews up to four cups at a time and is airproof, leakproof, and will stay fresh for up to two weeks in your fridge.

    A glass of cold brew with ice beside a cold brew maker on a counter with coffee beans

    10. Or some workout bands that'll help get your blood moving and get you reenergized for the rest of your workday, even if you just use them for ten minutes. It comes with three bands that have varying resistances, so you can start exercising with the easiest and move up until you eventually get buns of steel.

    The set of three peach bands lying on a workout mat

    11. Some reusable ear plugs that'll help to block out noise when you're trying to get your nap on, but the construction outside (or your snoring partner!) has other ideas. They have grooves that’ll make it easy to pinch when you’re removing them, and they’re super soft, so they’ll even work for people who sleep on their side.

    12. Some stickers that'll dim the light of any pesky LED lights that are keeping you up at night, like your clock or router. It's dark enough to reduce the glare from your devices, but light enough that you'll still be able to read the numbers on your clock.

    13. A Deep Sleep pillow spray that may help you manage your sleeping pattern better. It harnesses the soothing powers of botanicals like lavender to lull you into deep sleep, so you can wake up fresh and well rested.

    A hand holds the product against a floral background

    14. Some comfy boxers that are made of 100% cotton jersey, have a satin drawstring, and a cute lace trim. They're designed to be roomy, so the waistband won't tug at your skin or irritate it during the night.

    A person wears boxers with a bow and lace trim

    15. Or a soft chemise, if you prefer your legs to be free while you sleep. It has a scoop neckline, a little bit of Spandex for a more clingy fit, and a racer back that'll provide a little support for your chest.

    16. A luxurious rainfall shower head that'll wash away all the troubles of your day and help you unwind. It only takes a few minutes to install and doesn't require any tools. It’ll turn your bathroom into the fancy spa you’ve always known you deserved.

    17. Or some relaxing Epsom salts if you prefer a good soak after a long day. Reviewers say it's the perfect way to wind down after a busy day if you're looking for some ~me~ time and that they really do leave your body feeling relaxed.

    18. A white noise machine that'll mask any irritating sounds happening around you for when you just need a break. You can cycle between seven white noise options, seven fan sounds, and ten relaxing nature sounds.

    19. A multifunctional essential oil diffuser that has seven soothing LED colours. It’ll also act as a humidifier, which improves air quality, and it has a safety auto-switch that’ll prevent it from overheating in case the tank runs out of water. Plus, it works great as a nightlight!

    20. A weighted blanket that feels like your entire body is being hugged. Reviewers say this blankie helps them to fall asleep more soundly and prevents them from tossing and turning during the night.

    21. A cooling pillow that'll stay firm and keep your neck supported all night. One side of the pillow has cooling gel pads to prevent you from overheating and the other is like a typical pillow that's made of hypoallergenic memory foam.

    22. Or some cooling pillowcases, if you like the pillows you currently have, but want more of a cooling effect. They’re made with a special fabric that absorbs excess heat, and they have cooling technology, so you won’t wake up in a puddle of sweat. You'll also wake up with less frizzy and broken hair, since the soft material is friendlier on your mane than traditional pillows.

    23. Or a cooling mattress pad that'll wick away sweat and moisture while you sleep. It has deep pockets that'll hug the corners of your bed and can be thrown in the washing machine if it starts to get funky.

    24. And lastly, a body pillow that's technically meant for pregnant people, but will also help non-pregnant people get cozy at night. It'll support your back, hips, knees, or neck depending on how you position it, so you'll sleep more comfortably through the night and wake up without any aches or pains.

    A person lies on a bed supported by a pillow that wraps around their body

    You all ready to go in the morning:

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