You stress out all day. You can’t sleep. Repeat. If you’re stuck in this vicious cycle, let us introduce you to Apollo Neuro. This wellness wearable actively works to rebalance the body’s stress response with gentle waves of vibration. Save 10% when you try it today.
Diffused static sounds like white noise are known to improve relaxation and sleep. This analog gadget can generate a variety of tones across the brown, white, and pink noise spectrums to help dial in what works best for you. It’s powered by a USB connector, so you can plug it into your computer, or a spare charger.
Somewhere around 4pm every day we’d like to take an afternoon siesta. If you could use some sleep too, video editor Daniel Mercadante put together this compilation of animals and people dozing off to help inspire your next power nap. If you need more inspiration, we’ve heard yawns can be especially contagious.
Do you like to listen to music as you doze off to sleep? How about some white noise to help you catch some ZZZs? These wireless headphones are designed to be left on while you snooze, thanks to their flat, unobtrusive design. They can also help block out snoring, and have a 13 hour runtime. Save 33% in The Awesomer Shop.
One of the more compelling gadgets we spotted at the IFA 2019 Global Press Conference. Wear this band around your chest at night, and it sends out subtle, non-disruptive vibrations to make you change positions, improving sleep and health for you and your bed partner. Coming soon.
Privacy Pop transforms ordinary beds into private sleeping chambers. Simply place your mattress inside the pop-up tent, and you can roll down the sides to cut out light too. Available in sizes from toddler to king, and a wide variety of colors. Folds up compact for storage too.
If you’re gonna be a superhero, you sleep with one eye open. And if you’re sawing logs on the plane, you want people to know you’ve got your eye on ’em too. These sleep masks should do the trick nicely. Available in Finn, Jake, Lumpy Princess, Darth, and Stormtrooper designs too.
We all know that sleep is an essential part of keeping our minds and bodies sharp and restored. But is the typical 7 or 8 hours more or less than we should get? Life Noggin explores the human body’s need for rest, and how it changes as we age. TL;DW: Go take a nap.