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In honor of National Sleep Day, the products we use to help us catch our zzzs


In honor of National Sleep Day, the products we use to help us catch our zzzs

In honor of National Sleep Day, the products we use to help us catch our zzzs

Getting a good night’s rest isn’t easy for many of us. In fact, according to the American Sleep Association, 50 to 70 million adults in the United States are dealing with a sleep ailment. While some of us might wish we didn’t need sleep to survive and could stay up doing all the things we want to do, current realities is, sleep is extremely important to our health. Poor sleep can affect everything from our heart to our mood. It’s a serious matter, people.

You can make certain changes that may help you get the hell out of here sleep, such as restriction caffeine, having a regular exert routine, feeing healthy foods, and not looking at bright screens an hour or two before bedtime.( Ahem, that entails no late-night Instagram lurking .) There are also products that can help you fall asleep, like weighted blankets and scented pillow sprays. Yes, there is hope.

If you’re someone who has trouble sleeping, here are 12 products we use to visit Mr. Sandman.

1. Bearaby The Napper Weighted BlanketBearabyBearaby | $259 Shop Now

The theory behind weighted blankets is that the pressure they put on your body makes “youre feeling” comforted and therefore calmer. People report falling asleep faster, sleeping longer, and feeling more refreshed after using them. This Bearaby blanket is serious magic, and cute, to boot.

2. Lush Twilight TwilightLushLush | $29.95 Shop Now

We’re huge fans of Lush’s Sleepy line because its soothing lavender aroma helps us drift off to slumberland. Spraying a bit of this Twilight spray on your bod or around your room is a must when you can’t sleep.

3. Casper Light casper lightCasper Light | Starting at $99 Shop Now

The manufacturers behind the popular mattress brand have a special light that helps you wind down and wake up peacefully. We’re big fans.

4. Buffy buffy comforterZola | Starting at $120 Shop Now

This fluffy cloud-like comforter is one of the most relaxing blankets we’ve ever tried.

5. Awake Dream Mist Pillow Spray AwakeAwakeAwake | $20 Shop Now

Spritz a bit of this on your pillow and your sleep-depriving stress will soon melt away.

6. Kush Queen Sleep Bath Bomb kush queen bath bombUrban Outfitters | $13 Shop Now

A bath is relaxing enough, but this CBD-infused bath bomb is the ultimate self-care ritual.

7. Hollywood Silk Solutions silk pillow caseHollywood Silk Solution | $45 Shop Now

A silk pillowcase is not only good for our hair and scalp, but helps keeps our heads cool, allowing us to rest better.

8. The Great Henley Romper The GreatThe GreatThe Great | $145 Shop Now

You’ve gotta be comfortable when you snooze, and this new sleepwear line features lush textiles that will help you rest easy.

9. Sara Happ Sweet Dreams Lip Kit Sara HappSara HappSara Happ | $64 Shop Now

Take care of your pucker while you dream of making out with Cole Sprouse.

10. Olly Restful Sleep olly restful sleepOlly | $13.99 Shop Now

This new Sephora Collection x Olly line features a Sleep supplement that is formulated for your body’s natural sleep hormone.

11. mykind Organics Sleep Well Tablets mykindMykind OrganicsMykind Organics | $23.99 Shop Now

Love supplement options? This sleep tablet contains relaxing herbs like organic lemon salve, valerian, and chamomile, plus L-Theanine, which is an amino acid that promotes deep relaxation.

12. Hot and Cool Gel Bead Sleep Mask Eye MaskGrace and StellaGrace and Stella | $14.95 Shop Now

You can either warm this mask up to help with congested sinuses and encourage sleep, or cool it in the fridge to wake up tired, puffy eyes. Either style, it will be your new best friend.

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