Useful Sleep Aids
Having trouble getting quality sleep?
Today there’s a huge variety of sleep aids to help with insomnia – that’s the good news. On the other hand, there is so much out there it’s easy to get overwhelmed.
On this page, you will find products that may help with your insomnia. Our goal is to provide simplified information so that you can quickly browse through your options for specific sleep issues.
Before sharing information about a product, we ask:
- Is there any evidence that it works?
- Would we use it ourselves?
- Do we think it could help others?
Finally, you will find information on a range of products. Everyone’s situation is different with unique sleep issues. What’s important is to figure out what works best for you.
- Books, Audios, and Videos:
Books are great place to get more in depth information about your sleep issues, practical tips, diagnosis, and treatment approaches.
Here you will find quality books on insomnia and specific sleep disorders. Audios and videos are included for those who find these modes more convenient.
- Phone apps: track and manage your sleep issues
There are cool phone apps available for both iPhones and androids. Some help you track and monitor your sleep so that you can get a better idea about what’s actually happening.
Other apps help you get to sleep with white noise, nature sounds, or guided meditation exercises.
- Sleep hacks: protect from blue light
Studies have shown that exposure to blue light in the evening can interfere with your normal sleep cycle and keep you from going to sleep.
Here you will find products and tools to help manage exposure to blue light.
- Bedroom aides: improve your sleep environment
- Snoring Solutions
While occasional snoring can be a nuisance, ongoing snoring can disrupt the sleep of yourself and others.
There’s a wide range of product options that may help with snoring and improve your sleep: anti-snoring devices such as chin straps, mouth pieces, and nasal devices.
- Sleep Apnea and CPAP
Over 18 million Americans suffer from sleep apnea, disrupted breathing while sleeping. CPAP (continuous positive airway pressure therapy) is the most common treatment for people with obstructive sleep apnea.
Look here for useful sleep apnea and CPAP products.
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