The Best Sleep-Better Products to Finally Help Cure Your Insomnia
LectroFan Micro Wireless Sleep Sound Machine
With add-on Bluetooth speaker capabilities, this sleep-better machine helps to lull you to bed fast with two different ocean sounds along with what's known as white, pink, and brown noise—all sounds that block outside distractions, helping you snooze more soundly.
Seven Minerals Deep Relaxation Magnesium Chloride Flakes
Magnesium, an essential mineral, is known to reduce stress and help you fall asleep faster thanks to its abilities to lower cortisol levels. These flakes—with the added essential oil bonus of chamomile—will help you get a better night's rest. Just take a soak about an hour or two before bed to allow for full absorption and for your body temperature to lower before you turn in.
YnM Weighted Blanket
Made from temperature-regulating bamboo, the weighted blanket is like a swaddle job. By simulating the feeling of a hug, the blanket's weight—which you choose depending on your own body weight—ensures a deeper, longer night's rest. Bonus: This one is made from moisture-wicking materials, so you needn't worrying about sweating from the extra pounds.
Nicetown 100% Blackout Curtains
Blackout curtains are exactly what they sound like—light-impenetrable shades to hang up on your windows. This top-reviewed pair on Amazon also keeps out ambient street noise (think cars, trucks, horns, and high winds) to ensure your space is snooze-ready.
Better Sleep Pillow Bed Original Memory Foam
Calm App Sleep Stories Track
Calm is a well-known and top-rated meditation app, but they've recently launched a set of "Sleep Stories." These are, essentially, bedtime stories for adults—designed to help them fall asleep faster. Arguably the best one is narrated by the man whose boring voice is a legend: Ben Stein.
The Book Club Hard Crimes Glasses
HEV light—or the blue light emitted by your screens—is super buzzy for good reason: It keeps you up at night long after you've stowed your cellphone for the evening. Avoid the harsh effects and stay-awake syndrome it causes with these chic gold aviator frames—the lenses are designed to filter out an impressive 30 percent of blue light emitted from devices. (P.S. Blue light from your phone is also ruining your skin.)
Rhinomed Mute Nasal Dilator
If you sleep with a partner who snores—or perhaps you snore and disturb your partner—these disposable nostril clips help to mitigate the condition.
This pricey French contraption purports to help you sleep better while collecting a wealth of data about your sleep, such as your brain waves (via EEG sensors) and your heart rate. It's got a veritable built-in white-noise machine that responds in real time to the biofeedback, helping you get a deeper, longer night's rest.