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I’ve been sleeping on this $300 cooling mattress topper — it’s expensive, but it relieves pressure and keeps me from overheating
The Layla Mattress Pad is made with copper beads to absorb your body heat so you can sleep cooler. Here's my review after using it for weeks.
Cozy bedding startup Parachute is now making eco-friendly, plush mattresses — here’s what they’re like to sleep on
The Parachute foam mattress is so comfortable and breathable that it kept me sleeping soundly through the night.
This $115 pillow is the only one I’ve slept on that’s literally cool to the touch — and that stays cool all night
Thanks to a material with a high heat transfer, this "Cool Pillow" always felt like it had just been sitting on my drafty windowsill — perfectly cool.
This $86 weighted blanket has hugely impacted the quality of my sleep — here’s why it’s worth the internet hype
The YnM Weighted Blanket is cheaper than others. Most importantly, it did seem to improve the quality of my sleep.
We put these melatonin drinks to the test to see if they helped us sleep better — it turns out they actually made a difference
These dietary supplement drinks use ingredients like melatonin, magnesium, and vitamin B6 to help you get to sleep faster and to sleep better without risk of forming a habit. They're gluten-, dairy-, and GMO-free and relatively affordable.
8 sleep aids that tackle nighttime noise complaints like snoring — from Bose’s $250 Sleepbuds to a $2 app
You're probably looking for an unobtrusive and inexpensive option that really works. Here are 7 sleep products and innovations you should know about.
To make shopping easier, we’ve rounded up the 6 best-selling mattresses on Amazon, plus a short résumé on each for your consideration and comparison.
This pillow that was on ‘Shark Tank’ uses a special technology to play music and ambient sounds only you can hear — making sure you ...
I reviewed the Dreampad pillow from 'Shark Tank,' and it really does work. If you want to listen to music while you fall asleep without disturbing anyone, this is a great option.
Bose makes $250 noise-masking Sleepbuds that are comfortable enough for side sleepers — here’s how they stacked up against NYC’s noi...
Bose recently released Sleepbuds that are smaller than a penny, comfortable enough to sleep on, and won't bother your snoring partner or let your snoring partner bother you. I tested them out, and these are the pros and cons to consider.
This $100 headband with headphones built into it is a game changer for falling asleep to music — here’s what I thought
The AcousticSheep headphones are the original sleep headphones — and they’re still the best option I’ve found — but they aren't cheap. If comfortable headphones made for bed are worth $100 to you, though, you may not find a pair that's more comfortable or has a longer battery life.