It’s pretty easy to mess up your sleep schedule. Maybe you’ve promised to watch only oneee more episode of your latest binge. Maybe you’re googling ‘TikTok dances’ at 1 a.m. Or maybe you’re reading the news and nervously chewing your nails. Either way, it’s time to get back on track.
That’s why we’re here with products to help you fall (and stay) asleep. Because no one wants to pull an unintentional all-nighter. Get ready to smash that snooze button.
Cool off. We get it, you turn into a mini furnace when you sleep. These pajama pants are designed to feel cool against your skin. Their cropped, loose fit will also keep you comfortable. And you can turn ‘em into a matching set. Sweet dreams. ($46, Soma)
Put your worries to bed. By using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to treat insomnia, you’ll better understand what keeps you up at night. This workbook features assessments, journal prompts, and self-reflective questions to help you navigate anxiety and bad sleep habits. Get to it. ($13.79, Bookshop)
Alexa, play rain sounds. Enter the Echo Dot. Place it in your bedroom and it can become an alarm clock and noise machine. It can even give you a morning news briefing. Oh, and it also answers questions, streams music, and checks the weather. Impressive. ($39.99+, Amazon)
Upgrade. Because your neck needs proper support. You can choose from plush (stomach sleepers), mid-plush, and firm (side sleepers). The pillows are vegan, allergy-friendly, and mimic the exact feel of traditional Down. Add to cart. ($59+, Brooklinen)
Soak before sleeping. This bath salt mix contains dead sea salt, shea butter, lavender buds, epsom salt, and rose petals. It may even help with muscle soreness, congestion, and headaches. No matter what, you’ll unwind. Glass of wine sold separately. ($6.95+, Naturally Eu on Etsy)
Choose Cumulus. This one regulates moisture, fights humidity, and is made from breathable 300 thread count damask cotton. So it keeps you comfortable, not clammy. Blanket burrito, here you come. ($149+, Slumber Cloud)
PS: These are editorially selected, but if you purchase, theSkimm may get something in return. PPS: If something’s out of stock, oops, it was there when we published. And we apologize for any shipping delays due to COVID-19. Thanks.
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