30 Products to Help You Sleep Better

Jake Schroeder
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It's no secret that a good night's sleep is crucial to having a productive, healthy day. Unfortunately, knowing that to be true doesn't make it any easier to actually get that good night's sleep.

The National Sleep Foundation reports that 35% of Americans say they get "poor" or "fair" quality sleep. If you’re one of the millions struggling with sleeping well, take a look at this roundup of 30 products to help you sleep better. The answer to getting the sleep of your dreams could be right in front of you!


Yogi Kava Stress Relief Tea

If you struggle to wind down when bedtime rolls around, this could be the product for you. Yogi Stress Relief Tea contains warming herbal ingredients like cinnamon and sarsaparilla to get you in a relaxed, cozy mood along with a special ingredient, Kava, that works its magic to help you fall asleep.

Kava root has traditionally been used to calm the body and mind to facilitate better sleep. Those who suffer from anxiety and nervousness can especially benefit from it, with many reviewers attesting to Yogi tea's ability to calm their nerves. This six-pack goes for less than $25.


PunchBar H-90 Organic Hemp Mint Dark Chocolate

Another yummy option for promoting sleep is the Mint Dark Chocolate Organic Hemp Extract Bar by PunchBar. The non-psychoactive (THC-free) hemp ingredient helps calm anxiety and soothe aches and pains. On top of that, it contains other healthy ingredients like Vitamin E and Omega 3, 6 and 9 fatty acids.

At $40 to $60, depending on the size package, it's not quite as wallet-friendly as stress-relief tea, but users like the delicious taste and effective ingredients. You could even pair this with Yogi tea for a tasty bedtime snack to send you to your pillow relaxed and ready to sleep. It's a treat and a treatment, all in one!


Weighted Silk Eye Pillow

Sometimes the culprit causing fitful sleep is the light coming through your windows. With this Weighted Silk Eye Pillow , you can block all light and enjoy the relaxing scent of lavender and flax seeds as a bonus — all for less than $20.

The silk is 100% free of toxic materials, so you know you're giving your eyes the best treatment possible. This product also comes with an eye gel mask to put in the fridge for use on days when you want to pamper yourself. The downside is you can't warm this eye pillow in the microwave — you'll have to enjoy it at room temperature.


Blackout Window Curtains

For some people, wearing an eye pillow can be irritating. If that's the case, consider using Blackout Window Curtains from Utopia Bedding to serve the same purpose. Throw these curtains up to effectively block out any moonlight, street lamps and passing headlights that would otherwise filter through your blinds.

For less than $25, these curtains have the added bonus of helping insulate your room in the winter and during the bright light of day. You can have a darker, calmer atmosphere to sleep in while also saving on utility bills. Be careful not to trip in the dark if you get up at night!


Sleep Aid Red LED Night Light

Perhaps you don’t like sleeping in pitch-black darkness, and you keep a night light on to help you see when you get up to use the bathroom. If this is you, switching to the Emagine Red LED Night Light could be the secret to better sleep.

Other bright night lights can interfere with the deep, high-quality sleep you need, potentially causing you to wake more during the night. These night lights have just enough long-wavelength light to provide visibility without interfering with sleep and cost less than $20 for a two-pack.


Sleep Therapy Sound Machine

Do you find that you sleep better on a rainy night? You may benefit from a Sleep Therapy Sound Machine if that’s the case. This product has six different sound options: white noise, fan, stream, rain, ocean and summer night. Simply place it next to the bed and turn on the sound you prefer to lull you into dreamland.

You can leave the sound playing all night or set it on a 15, 30 or 60-minute timer. Of course, every sound machine's noise plays on a loop, but many customers felt this product did a good job of hiding the loop. At less than $50, it's one of the more affordable sound machines out there.


Wedge Pillow

Many people suffer from bad sleep due to various aches and body pains they experience in the night. The Cushy Form memory foam Bed Wedge Pillow is designed to improve your posture while sleeping to relieve neck, shoulder and back pain.

Regular pillows simply don't provide the same level of support as a wedge pillow. Despite being on the pricier end between $50 and $60, this could be considered a long-term investment in your sleep. Something to keep in mind is that certain reviewers think the pillow is not large enough. To cover more space, you would have to buy two wedges.


Knee Pillow

If you prefer to sleep on your side, this handy Knee Pillow from 5 Star United is a better option for you than the wedge. Also made of memory foam, it provides the correct separation between your knees to keep your spine properly aligned and reduce pressure on your back.

If you find you have inexplicable lower back pain during the day, give this doctor-recommended item a try. At less than $25, it’s the perfect product if you want better sleep on a budget. You can even use it while reclining on the couch or tuck it between your calves for less stress on your knees.


Anti-Snore Chin Strap

A lot of people snore during the night, and plenty of others have their sleep disrupted by the snoring. A simple but effective way to combat snoring is by using the Brison Anti-Snore Chin Strap . It works by keeping your jaw shut and secure, so your airways remain unobstructed all night long.

A potential con for this item is that it may feel uncomfortable at first and require an adjustment period. It is, however, made of soft, breathable material, so you should forget you even have it on in no time. You can give it a try for less than $25.


Anti-Snore Mouthpiece

If the chin strap isn't for you, you could give the Anti-Snore Mouthpiece from Neomen a whirl for less than $25. You won't have to worry about uncomfortable straps, and it works in much the same way. A customized mouthpiece keeps your jaw closed and slightly forward to keep your airways open.

This product does, however, require more work on your part. You have to follow the instructions to mold the mouthguard to your teeth, but this extra effort simply means it will be designed specifically for you when you use it. If for some reason you don’t like it, there's also a 30-day money-back guarantee on the product.


Weighted Blanket

You know how a weighted "thunder vest" helps dogs scared of storms? Well, a weighted blanket does the same thing to help sleepers with anxiety. The ZZZhen weighted blanket , clocking in at 15 pounds, helps relieve stress and promote sleep by making you feel safe and secure under the covers. Hard to believe? Customers give it 4.8 out of 5 stars.

Larger blankets are also available at 20 and 25 pounds if you need extra heaviness. The best part is the blankets are made of breathable material so you don't overheat in the summer. They only come in the color gray, but for less than $50, you can slip this weighted blanket under a comforter if it doesn’t fit your decor.


Organica Dream Lotion

Sometimes a little aromatherapy can go a long way in improving your sleep. This lavender, bergamot and cedarwood-infused Dream Lotion by Organica is a natural way to de-stress before bed. With oatmeal, almond oil and cocoa butter, it moisturizes at the same time that it relaxes.

Some reviews claim this cream doesn't do much more than smell nice, and with a price around $35, that may not be a risk you want to take. However, if like to treat yourself to great smelling lotions that are good for your skin at the very least, you might find that it’s worth the cash. Many customers swear by this product.


Essential Oil Diffuser

Another way to benefit from sleep-promoting scents is to use an Essential Oil Diffuser while you sleep. This sensible, wood-style diffuser can be put on timer intervals or run all night, and former customers say it makes little noise. You can adjust the color of the LED lights or turn them off if you need total darkness. You can try it for yourself for less than $25.

Pair it with chamomile, lavender or clary sage oils for aromas that help you relax and settle into sleep. Just be careful if you have pets. Essential oils can be harmful to cats, in particular, so research your oils before using this around animals.


Air Purifier

Sometimes, instead of adding things to the air, you need to take them away. The Levoit Air Purifier does just that, filtering out dust, dander and other allergens as you sleep. It even removes unpleasant odors like your roommate's cooking and the neighbors’ drifting cigarette smoke.

For allergy sufferers, this product is especially helpful, although it’s also somewhat expensive at $70 to $100. An air purifier can mean the difference between congested airways and open, clear ones.


Luna Gentle Sleep Aid

If you're looking for a natural remedy that packs a little more punch, try the Luna Gentle Sleep Aid , the #1 rated sleep aid on Amazon. These non-habit-forming pills contain the ingredient melatonin, a hormone found in the body that regulates your sleep cycle.

Be aware that the pills are quite large, so if you're pill-averse you will have to crush them before consumption. WebMD also warns that melatonin won't work for everyone and is more effective in people seeking to correct sleep rhythms that have been thrown out of whack due to things like delayed sleep phase disorder.


Nutriair Sleep Inhaler

If you think melatonin could be the right thing for you, but you hate taking pills, another way to ingest it is through inhalation. With the Nutriair Sleep Inhaler , ranging from $10 to $50, depending on size, you can take a quick breath of melatonin before bed to tell your body it's time to sleep.

Some find this method works faster than pills, and it has a pleasant "taste" of chamomile, lavender and honey. Again, be aware that melatonin isn't for everyone, especially those with diabetes. If you have any doubts, it’s a good idea to talk to your doctor beforehand.


Wake-Up Light

If you wake up every day hating your alarm clock, then it's time to consider an alternative way of getting up. Noisy alarms are jolting and can interrupt your natural sleep rhythms, but a color-changing Wake-Up Light could offer a solution. The clock gradually grows brighter as it approaches your alarm time, when a noise like birds singing or ocean waves will sound.

This is meant to rouse your body as you would naturally wake with the sunrise. If you don't wake with the light, its soft noises are certain to do the trick in a less abrasive manner than your average alarm. It comes in at under $50.


Fitbit Versa 2

Apart from a host of fitness benefits, the Fitbit Versa 2 has the ability to track how long you sleep and measure the time you spend in light, deep and REM stages of sleep. This allows you to assess problems with your sleep routine, and you can program reminders to help you stay on a healthy sleep schedule.

It's certainly not the cheapest option on the list at just under $200, but if you're dedicated to getting healthier in general as well as with your sleep, it can be a worthwhile investment. You can even set an alarm that wakes you up with vibrations instead of aggressive bells and chimes.


Bose Noise Masking Sleepbuds

If you have loud neighbors or a partner that snores, Bose Noise Masking Sleepbuds can fill your ears with soothing sounds as you sleep instead. They work with the Bose Sleep app, so you can control which sounds you want to hear.

These earbuds do need to be charged, and at full battery, they last about 16 hours. They are designed to be comfortable and stay in place as you move through the night. They are another high-cost item at just under $250, but if you’re up for the investment, you can enjoy relaxing noises as you get a good night’s sleep.


Mulberry Silk Bed Sheet Set

Investing in comfortable bedding can make all the difference when it comes to getting a good night's sleep. Many reviewers claim silk is the most comfortable material to sleep in, and the Zimasilk Mulberry Silk Bed Sheet Set makes an extra-soft, extra-smooth option.

The downside, of course, is real silk bedding is pricey, with this set coming in around $400. Silk sheets also require more maintenance than regular sheets, so be prepared to care for your purchase very delicately. If you’re a chronic sufferer of night sweats, silk will help wick away moisture and is more breathable than other materials. Pair these sheets with silk pajamas, and you may feel like you’re sleeping on a cloud.


Sunrise Dried Cherries

The Food Network reports that cherries are one of the only foods containing a natural source of melatonin. That makes Sunrise Dried Cherries a good option if you're looking to cure your nightly sweet cravings while also getting into a sleepy state of mind for less than $15.

These cherries are more tart than sweet, according to customers, so keep that in mind before buying. They have no added sugar and no preservatives, making them a healthy nighttime snack. Eat a handful before bed, and you can feel good knowing you're eating well and inducing sleepiness.


Dr. Steven Gabriel's Sleep Patch

Sleep patches like Dr. Steven Gabriel's Sleep Patch are one way to absorb sleep-promoting ingredients like melatonin and valerian root. For those who want to avoid synthetic sleep-inducing drugs, these patches are a natural alternative that many people find helpful.

According to Healthline, one study found valerian root helped adults reach deep sleep 36% faster and increased how long they spent in the deep sleep phase. Those are some pretty significant results, so if you're looking for a less fitful night of sleep, valerian root could be worth a shot. The patches are also budget-friendly at less than $25.


Ajna Acupressure Mat

What better way to wind down for sleep than a massage? With the Ajna Acupressure Mat you can reap the benefits of an at-home acupressure massage all on your own. Ergonomically engineered spikes stimulate the release of endorphins, increase blood flow and relax your body to prepare it for sleep.

Although some may find the idea of spikes intimidating, previous customers of the mat widely claim that the spikes are less sharp than other acupressure options. Lying on this mat before bed while practicing meditation or listening to soothing music could lead to quicker, better sleep. The price averages $50 to $60.


Sleep Powder

You already know natural ingredients like melatonin and valerian root can assist in creating a better sleep routine. Now, it’s time to look for products like Bohemian Revolution’s Sleep Powder that contain both these key ingredients. This particular item also contains chamomile extract, lavender and L-theanine (another sleep-promoting ingredient).

Mix a scoop of this powder into hot or cold water before bed, and you should feel the calming effects quickly. It's a good way to combat jet lag, correct a jumbled sleep routine and relieve anxiety after a stressful day. With 25 servings in a jar at a price less than $25, it's a low-cost option for sleep that comes easier.


Deep Sleep Pillow Spray

When using aromatherapy to fall asleep, the most popular scents are lavender and chamomile. Add This Works Deep Sleep Pillow Spray to your bedtime routine for $30 to $50. Add a spritz to your pillow each night, and lavender, chamomile and vetiver scents help calm the mind and relax the body.

This Works uses no unnecessary chemicals, which means no synthetic fragrances or colors, no sulfates, no parabens and no petrolatum. You can trust the smells come from 100% natural, high-grade essential oils. Just make sure you wash your pillow regularly to keep it clean.


Brookstone Floor Fan

If the silk sheets aren't enough to combat night sweats, consider getting this Brookstone Floor Fan to stay cool overnight under the sheets. The height is adjustable to work with your mattress. Simply place it at the foot of your bed with the blower positioned to blow cool air under your sheets.

A breeze will circulate and keep you comfortably cool, even while you’re under your blanket. It comes with a wireless remote in case you want to turn it off during the night. The fan is a sizeable investment at more than $250, but it's possible to make that money back by saving on cooling costs in the summer.


Heating/Cooling Cherry Seed Pack

At less than $25, a more affordable option to keep cool overnight and improve your sleep is the Microwaveable Heating and Cooling Cherry Seed Pack from Nestani. You can leave this pillow in the freezer until you’re ready to go to bed to enjoy an instant cooling, soothing pillow with a pleasant cherry scent.

If you want some warmth, you can also microwave the pillow and use it as a heating pad that lasts at least 45 minutes. Just be sure not to microwave it for more than 120 seconds. The cherry seeds will mold to your body and emit a natural smell.


Deep Sleep App with Andrew Johnson

Mindful meditation is a practice that more and more people are engaging in every day. Taking time to meditate before bed can reduce stress and anxiety, leading to more restful sleep, and the Deep Sleep with Andrew Johnson app is a great way to start. The inexpensive app costs less than $5 and provides you with guided meditation designed specifically for people who suffer from insomnia or need a better night's sleep.

Endured a long day at work? Struggling to calm your mind? This app is a good way to unwind from these pressures and learn positive practices you can implement in your daily life.


Zinus Green Tea Memory Foam Mattress

You might not want to admit it, but the culprit behind unsatisfactory sleep is sometimes the very bed you’re sleeping on. The Zinus Green Tea Memory Foam Mattress is available in various thicknesses, ranging from 6 inches to 12 inches, for between $300 and $400. Yes, a mattress is not a cheap thing to replace, but once you find one that's right for you, you might be amazed at the difference.

The material conforms to your body while providing support, and it all comes in a box that arrives right at your door! Make sure you unpack it and air it out within two months of packaging.


EPABO Contour Memory Foam Pillow

If you're not ready to replace your whole mattress, starting with something as simple as your pillow could be a good way to improve your sleep. The EPABO Contour Memory Foam Pillow helps keep your neck and back aligned to prevent back pain for between $30 and $40.

Many people don't realize that pillows need to be replaced every three years at most, according to HuffPost, to stay comfortable and sanitary. Keep in mind that this particular pillow is meant to be firm to provide support, so if you want a pillow that poofs when you lay your head down, this one might not be right for you.