Can't sleep? Experts say these 8 products are bedtime game-changers

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Getting a good night’s sleep is a crucial part of being healthy, but it’s often easier said than done. Kids, work, stress and life in general have a funny way of interfering with people’s ability to get some solid shuteye.

So it’s hardly surprising that research has shown that more than a third of Americans are sleep-deprived. The American Academy of Sleep Medicine and the Sleep Research Society recommend that adults get at least seven hours of sleep each night and. If you’re getting less than that, you could be at risk of developing chronic conditions like obesity, diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease and stroke.

Sure, some things are out of your control. But if you regularly find that you’re struggling to get enough sleep, you might want to consider trying some sleep products. “With sleep products, it’s very individual,” board-certified sleep medicine researcher W. Christopher Winter, MD, of Charlottesville Neurology and Sleep Medicine and author of The Sleep Solution: Why Your Sleep Is Broken and How to Fix It, tells Yahoo Lifestyle. “You may not know why you’re not sleeping well, and it’s perfectly reasonable to try different things out to see if they work for you.”

Try out one (or a few) of these products to get a better night’s sleep ASAP.

Tempur-Cloud Breeze Dual Cooling Pillow

Tempur-Cloud Breeze Dual Cooling Pillow (Photo: Walmart)
Tempur-Cloud Breeze Dual Cooling Pillow (Photo: Walmart)

This pillow is perfect for you if you tend to wake up in the middle of the night drenched in sweat. The Tempur-Cloud has memory foam-like support and a cooling gel on each side to help keep your head from overheating.

Shop it: Tempur-Cloud Breeze Dual Cooling Pillow — Queen, $104 (was $169),

Philips Somneo Sleep and Wake-Up Light

In a perfect world, you’d slowly wake up with the sunrise. In reality, you might have to get up earlier than that. That’s where Philips’ sleep and wake-up light comes in. This high-tech alarm uses light that gradually increases before your set wake-up time, slowly changing from a soft morning red to orange until your room is well-lit. It’s designed to help slowly wake you up rather than being jarred awake by an alarm that can leave you feeling groggy, Winter says. The light even has a sunset simulation to help prepare your body for sleep by gradually reducing the light in your room.

Shop it: Philips Somneo Sleep and Wake-Up Light, $200,

Classic Brands Cool Gel Ventilated Mattress (Full)

Classic Brands Cool Gel Ventilated Mattress (Full). (Photo: Amazon)
Classic Brands Cool Gel Ventilated Mattress (Full). (Photo: Amazon)

While feeling warm and cozy under the sheets is great, “in general, people tend to sleep better at about 65 degrees,” Winter says. The cool gel mattress has high-quality memory foam that conforms to your body while the cool gel regulates temperature, making every night sleeping an easy, breezy experience.

Shop it: Classic Brands Cool Gel Ventilated Mattress (Full), $245 (Was $280),

Ilumi Smart LED Light Bulb

This light bulb, which lasts for up to 20 years, can emit up to 16 million different colors of light that you control from your smartphone or light switch. It also lets you schedule your lights to dim at a certain time of night and customize a light setting at sunrise to gently rouse you in the morning. “It can emit a blue light to slowly help you wake up in the morning,” Winter says.

Shop it: Ilumi Smart LED Light Bulb, $50,

Tranquility 12-Pound Weighted Blanket

Weighted blankets are designed to help put a little pressure on your body to help it relax. “It can be really helpful with sleep, especially for people who tend to feel restless,” Winter says. Weighted blankets can get expensive, but this version from Tranquility is pretty cost-effective and has great reviews.

Shop it: Tranquility 12-Pound Weighted Blanket, $40 (Was $50),

PeachSkinSheets Night Sweats: The Original Moisture Wicking, 1500tc Regular King Sheet Set

PeachSkinSheets Night Sweats (Photo: Amazon)
PeachSkinSheets Night Sweats (Photo: Amazon)

These sheets are designed to wick away moisture and heat to keep you at the right temperature while you sleep. “You can feel the difference when you sleep on cooling sheets,” Winter says. “They help you stay asleep.” PeachSkin sheets are also lightweight and wrinkle-free — definitely a bonus.

Shop it: PeachSkinSheets Night Sweats: The Original Moisture Wicking, 1500tc Regular King Sheet Set, $90,

HoMedics Sound Spa Sound Machine

“Sound machines are absolutely helpful for getting a good night’s sleep,” Winter says. There is a wide range of options and prices out there, but the HoMedics Sound Spa is a great bang for your buck. It allows you to choose from six different sounds — ocean, summer night, rain, rainforest, waterfall and natural heartbeat. You can also plug it in or take it on the go.

Shop it: HoMedics Sound Spa Sound Machine, $20,

Lusome Moisture-Wicking Sleep T-Shirt

Don’t go another night sweating through your pajamas. This sleep shirt has moisture-wicking technology to help keep you cool, comfortable and dry while you sleep. It’s also super soft and comes in three pretty shades: Black, purple and light blue.

Shop it: Lusome Moisture-Wicking Sleep T-Shirt, $39,

Utopia Bedding Ultra Soft Body Pillow

Some people just sleep better when they are cozied up to a body pillow, Winter says. You can use this one to cuddle with, or sleep with your back against it to help you stay on your side (a position that you’re less likely to snore in, Winter says). This pillow also has a ball fiber filling to help support your shoulders, hips, abs and back while you sleep.

Shop it: Utopia Bedding Ultra Soft Body Pillow, $30 (Was $40),

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