If you're someone who has trouble sleeping, you've probably already tried every natural-sleep cure in the game. Sleeplessness is definitely one of those issues it makes sense to try, and try again to fix. While we can't guarantee they'll cure you of insomnia, the products ahead have a focus on relaxation and comfort, to set the scene for some great snoozing. Keep reading, and see if something speaks your sleep language.
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This oddly-shaped pillow is actually an armrest for side sleepers. When you rest your top arm on the pillow, your shoulder will be in better alignment than if it were just hanging down in front of you — plus the pillow just feels good to cuddle with.
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Listening to white noise can help mask the other noises that might wake you up in the middle of the night. This white noise machine has a timer for 15, 30, and 60-minute increments and turns off automatically.
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Like a padded bra for your eyeballs, this eye mask has molded cups that block light. The cups are a half-inch deep, so you don’t have to worry about screwing up your eye makeup if you're taking a nap in the middle of the day.
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Melatonin gummies are genius because you can keep them on your nightstand and grab one before bed without having to get up for a glass of water. These contain 3 mg of melatonin in a serving (two gummies), which studies have shown is the ideal amount to take nightly, particularly for people with migraines.
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These earplugs are slightly shorter than most, so the fit is more comfortable for side sleepers.
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It might seem old school, but slip this hot water bottle at the foot of your bed to warm up your feet and relax you while you fall asleep.
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Any stray light that comes through your curtains could suppress your body’s melatonin production and make it harder to stay asleep. Opt for these blackout curtains, that also reduce noise and retain heat.
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This white noise machine has 20 options, including the ever popular "fan sounds." So, your ceiling-fan envy can finally be put to rest.
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You've probably heard that using your phone before bed is bad for you, because the light suppresses melatonin production, and scrolling Twitter stresses you out. Decide to stow your phone in this mattress side pocket at least 20 minutes before your bedtime. Read a book or do some other screen-free activity for your best chance at easily drifting off.
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A spritz of this lavender and cedarwood essential oil spray on your pillow turns your bedroom into a spa-like oasis — or at least makes tossing and turning a little more tolerable.