21 amazing products that’ll help you get a better night’s sleep

Fall asleep faster and for longer with these effective sleep aids

best sleep products 2021

by Louella Berryman and Aimee Jakes |

Getting a glorious eight hours sleep a night is what dreams are made of (ha), but thanks to the global pandemic malarky, it can make it quite difficult to drift off soundly.

If you're working from home and your routine is all over the place, then you might need a bit of extra help getting those sacred hours in.

There's a whole wealth of sleep-related products out there, so we've got some tried, tested and highly recommended products for you to try if you're struggling to get a good night's sleep.

We've rounded up some of the best sleep products you can get your hands on, whether you're into essential oils and herbal lattes or white noise and pillow spray, heat's got you covered (quite literally, if you opt for a weighted blanket...).

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Best sleep products for your best night's sleep

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If a herbal tea won't cut it, try these all-natural sleep supplements designed to help you drift off easily.

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Westlab Sleep Bathing Salts
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There's nothing quite like a tub filled with Westlab's Sleep Bathing Salts to get you ready for bed.

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Weighted blankets have long been hailed a great way to help you relax and sleep if you're stressed or anxious, this one comes in tasteful grey.

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Silk Pillowcase
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Not only are silk pillowcases incredibly soft, they also have heaps of benefits, from less hair breakage to younger-looking skin. We love this one from The Big Silk which feels so luxe, you'll never go back to standard cotton again.

Slow Cow Mind Cooler Flavoured Sparkling Water
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It's official, mind coolers are the new energy drinks. These delicious drinks include six botanical extracts help promote a feeling of natural calmness without feeling drowsy or tired. We love them here at heat.

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Get into your sleep ritual with this perfumed pillow spray, you only need a few spritzes to be transported into a place of total relaxation.

The Relax Capsules
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If you wake up feeling still tired, a herbal sleep supplement is definitely worth a try. Innermost's The Relax capsules contain cortisol-reducing L-Theanine, 5-HTP and Lion's Mane Mushroom, which all help you get a good night's sleep.

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Take a tip from your granny and get yourself one of these lavender microwaveable bags. Perfect for those sore muscles too after one too many home workouts.

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Luna Sleeping Night O
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A retinol-rich night-time treatment which helps rejuvenate your skin as you zzz. Spending time on your skincare before bed helps you feel pampered and zen.

Neom Tranquillityu2122 Scented Candle (Travel
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Neom's gorgeous sleepy candle has the power to induce a deep night's sleep. Honestly, it's GOOD.

Twinings Superblends Sleep 20 Tea Bags
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A sleepy tea before bed is the best ritual to get you in the mood for eight hours of rest.

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If you're someone who like to listen to white noise or a calming podcast when you're dropping off, invest in these super soft earbuds designed to fall asleep in.

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We're OBSESSED with this groovy essential oil diffuser, you can blend your own mixes and drift off to sleep with the scent of lavender and jasmine.

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Sleep
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The cult-favourite sleep mask which Vogue Williams once described as "like someone is hugging your face". Perfect for ensuring total darkness as you sleep.

Luna Eyes Self-Heating Eye Mask Lavender ufeff
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A truly relaxing eye mask, the product gently heats up, and the heat lasts for up to 25 minutes. That combined with the lavender scent creates an incredibly soothing experience.

Dusk
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If you're serious about sleep (and you should be!) it's important to invest in super soft bedding. We love Dusk's Egyptian Cotton range which is both fancy and sleep-inducing.

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One for the boujee bunch, this SAD alarm clock has a special dimming setting to help you wind down and feel more sleepy.

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Switch your morning latte for a night time one with this sleep-inducing powder, it sort of tastes like a herbal Horlicks and helps you to nod off pronto.

Psychic Sisters Sleep Well Crystals Set
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If you're intrigued by crystals, this Psychic Sisters set is a good place to start. Each crystal has been hand-chosen & reiki energised to help you nod off.

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There's nothing like a good book to drop off to. This calming book on the Danish philosophy of Hygge makes for super relaxing bedtime reading.

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Sleeping badly? Maybe your pillow's the prob. This memory foam pillow will support your head and neck, no matter which position you sleep in (starfishers, we're looking at you).

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Performance Lab Sleep Supplement
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If sleep evades you and traditional supplements haven't worked previously, Performance Lab's sleep supplement may be just what you're looking for. It encourages drowsiness by supplying melatonin and signalling for serotonin in the brain, soothes you while you're sleeping to stop those pesky limb spasms, relaxes your muscles and nerves and best of all, won't leave you feeling groggy in the morning.

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Don't even know where to start when you're building a night time routine? Follow our steps for a dreamy night's sleep:

No screens before bed

Yes, we know this is really hard (especially when TikTok's around) but at least try to go 15 to 30 minutes screen free before you go to sleep.

Eat early

Eating just before you go to sleep is a recipe for a bad night's kip. If you go to bed at 11pm, try eating before 7pm so your body has some time to digest your dinner before it shuts down for bedtime.

Set the mood

Now's the time to break out that fancy candle you've been saving, turn the lights down low and get in the mood...for sleep.

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