WE all need our beauty sleep. But drifting off can sometimes be tricky, especially at busy times of year.
Thankfully, there are a range of tools and products designed to help you reach the Land of Nod more quickly. While some can be pricey, we show you how to save on a good night’s sleep.
BED DOWN: Start by investing in a decent bed and mattress. Shop around for a discount. Happybeds.co.uk has many prices reduced by 40 or 50 per cent, including a super ortho spring reflex foam orthopaedic medium-firm mattress, now just £119.99, down from £204.99.
PILLOW TALK: Lay your head on the luxury Soundasleep speaker pillow from Silentnight. The built-in speaker plays sound directly from your pillow without the need for headphones, which will benefit podcast listeners, music lovers, insomniacs, and those into mindfulness. Reduced from £40 to £30 at very.co.uk.
GET AHEAD: Meditation is great for those that struggle to switch off. The Headspace app has an extensive library of meditations and sleep sounds. You can get access to the full Headspace experience for free as part of a 14-day introductory trial. Annual membership then costs £49.
SWEET DREAMS: Try sucking on sweets or chewing mints containing CBD oil during the day, as these are said to aid relaxation and promote a good night’s sleep. Sun readers can get a case of 12 boxes of CBD Sweet Botanist mellow mint peppermint gum (each pack contains 45mg of CBD) for £43 using the code MELLOW. Usual price, £47.89. See wholesalesweets.co.uk.
SLEEP TIGHT: Help lull little ones to sleep with the grey Babymoov Squeezy night light. With a warm white glow, the Squeezy gives off just the right amount of light to comfort babies. On sale at Asda, now £21.24, down from £24.99.
SNUGGLE UP: If you want to feel extra cosy on those cold winter nights, get yourself a soft blanket and faux fur eye mask set from Argos. Reduced from £12 to £9 for the set.
- Prices correct at time of going to press. Deals and offers subject to availability.
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