6 Products to Help You Sleep Better at Night

Nothing is worse than tossing and turning all night long. Incorporate these items into your sleep sanctuary and wake up feeling refreshed and rejuvenated.


The Pancake Pillow

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Pillows are not one-size-fits-all. If you are a side sleeper, stomach sleeper, or back sleeper, you can adjust the filling of this super-soft pillow accordingly: Just add in or pull out layers from the stack of six inserts.

To buy: $120, amazon.com.


Slip Silk Eye Mask

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Block light (which can disrupt your REM cycle) with this silky eye covering that will also allow your skin to breath throughout the night. The perfect addition to a night of beauty rest.

To buy: $45, bloomingdales.com.


Sense Sleep System

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Don’t feel like you slept well, but have no idea why? From a detailed analysis of your sleep cycle to a light- and temperature- sensor, this smart system tracks your sleep patterns and can make suggestions on how to improve your rest.

To buy: $129, amazon.com.


Pure-Ion Bedroom Air Purifier and Humidifier

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This 2-in-1 machine will purify and add moisture to the air while you sleep. It has “whisper quiet operation” and the adjustable fan can be set on a timer or run continuously while you snooze.

To buy: $350, brookstone.com.


Magical Thinking Tassel Blackout Curtain

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Pretty and practical—introduce these tasseled curtains into your space to block out early morning rays and actually sleep in on the weekend.

To buy: $79, urbanoutfitters.com.


Sleep-Ready Light

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The blue light found in most regular light bulbs can negatively affect the production of melatonin (a natural hormone that helps you fall asleep). Install this special bulb in your bedside lamp for a soothing amber glow that will help you fall asleep faster.

To buy: $27, amazon.com.