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Sleep Product Reviews

Looking for reviews of sleep products and accessories for you, your family, and your pets? You’ve come to the right place. From white noise machines to natural sleep aids to earplugs, learn what you need to know to make an informed decision before purchasing.

Product Reviews and Information

It’s easy to feel overwhelmed when shopping for sleep products and accessories. To help you navigate the vast landscape of sleep products, here is the lowdown on some of the most popular sleep products on the market and why you might want to buy them.
 
Air Purifiers and Humidifiers: Good air quality is an important factor for achieving quality sleep. Dry air can create an uncomfortable sleep environment, leading to sleep disruptions. Similarly, air that is filled with contaminants such as mold and dust mites can disrupt sleep. An air purifier or humidifier will go a long way toward improving your room’s air quality.
 
Wake-Up Lights: Wake-up lights are essentially alarm clocks that use light, rather than noise, to rouse you from sleep. Meant to mimic the rising sun, wake-up lights gradually increase the amount of light in your room until the desired wake-up time. Different models offer varying features such as smart home integration and reading lights.
 
White Noise Machines: White noise machines are helpful tools for blocking out noise that may rouse you from sleep at night. Machines offer a range of sound and volume options, and some models include features such as timers and smart capabilities. Some machines generate ambient noise while others generate soothing sounds like waves or rain.
 
Blackout Curtains and Shades: Blackout curtains and shades prevent unwanted light from entering rooms and disrupting sleep. They are made with different fabrics, materials, and designs from standard curtains and shades. While some completely block out light, others merely filter the light, depending on your personal preference.
 
Pet Sleep Products: When considering the sleep quality of your family members, don’t forget the needs of your cat or dog. Though cats and dogs can technically sleep anywhere they want, pet beds offer extra comfort, warmth, and a sense of safety to make your pet feel extra comfortable.
 
Sleep Supplements and Aids: Sleep aids and supplements are designed to help deal with sleep conditions such as insomnia or jet lag. Products include natural sleep aids such as melatonin, magnesium, and certain teas, while other products are over-the-counter.
 
Clothing and Accessories: Don’t underestimate the power of proper attire when it comes to sleep. When shopping for sleep attire and accessories such as pajamas, sleep masks, and slippers, pick fabrics that you find comfortable and breathable. Common fabrics for pajamas include flannel, silk, fleece, and cotton.
 
Earplugs and Headphones: Earplugs are popular tools to help block out unwanted noise during sleep. Some people also drown out background noise by listening to soothing music or white noise through headphones or pillow speakers. For headphones, you can pick from earbuds, over-ear, or on-ear models, depending on your preference. Pillow speakers are available with or without cords and can be placed under or near the pillow, depending on the model.
 
Other Sleep Products: If you have a sleep issue or need, there is probably a sleep product designed to help. Among the many other sleep products available are blue-light blocking glasses, SAD lamps, hospital beds, alarm clocks, mattress temperature control devices, sleeping bags, and camping cots. Don’t forget bedroom furniture such as rugs, lamps, bunk beds, and murphy bed frames.