10 Sleep tech gadgets to help you get some shuteye

There is surely nothing more precious than a good night’s sleep. If you struggle to get some shuteye or just want to feel more refreshed, these sleep tech gadgets should improve each and every bedtime.

10 Sleep tech gadgets to help you get some shuteye
  • How much sleep do you really need? Between 16 and 60 years of age, most healthy people need at least seven hours.
  • How can technology improve your sleep? Light-blocking masks, aromatherapy devices, and specialist earmuffs can all make sleep easier.
  • What is the best bedtime tech right now? Head over to our Bedtime category to see the newest arrivals and keep reading to see our top picks!

When your days are long and your nights are short, everything seems more difficult. Your mood slumps, and complex mental tasks become almost impossible. While technology can’t make you go to bed, it can help you get some shuteye. Here is the best new sleep tech we have come across recently.

Casper Glow Smart Sleeping Light

Bright white light is known to keep your mind active long after you want to be sleeping. This smart bedside light offers subtle, warm lighting to keep you in a restful state of mind.

Price: $129 USD

Philips SmartSleep Deep Sleep Headband

Developed by scientists, this remarkable headset is clinically proven to improve your sleep quality. SmartSleep uses quiet audio tones to tune your brain for restorative non-REM sleep.

Price: $399.99 USD

soundsleep Bluetooth Speaker Pillow

The soundsleep pillow lets you wind down with white noise, soft music, or an audiobook. It can also wake you up when you start snoring, so you turn over to a better position.

Price: $62.51 USD

nodpod Weighted Sleep Mask

This mask fulfills two purposes. Nodpod is heavy, like a weighted blanket, to alleviate stress. In addition, it blocks light to ensure you’re not disturbed at dawn.

Price: $39.99 USD

Beddr SleepTuner Sleep Breathing Monitor

Sometimes it’s difficult to know what is keeping you awake at night. This FDA-registered wearable sensor provides answers by tracking your heart rate, sleep duration, and oxygen saturation.

Price: $149 USD

Kokoon EEG Sleep Sanctuary Headphones

The Kokoon headphones are designed to block out sounds during the night. They have special ear cups that won’t crush your ears, while built-in EEG sensors monitor your sleep.

Price: $339.99 USD

Dreamlight Pro Rechargeable Sleep Mask

This sleep mask covers multiple bases, blocking out light while providing soothing sounds. Dreamlight Pro also uses light therapy to prepare you for sleep and fight jet lag.

Price: $299 USD

Bose In-Ear Noise-Masking Sleepbuds

If you struggle to sleep in noisy environments or next to a snoring partner, the Bose Sleepbuds could be a lifesaver. They deliver white noise to drown out background sounds and help you relax.

Price: $249.95 USD

Sleep Yoga Posture Pillows

Getting comfortable is pretty important if you want to sleep. Sleep Yoga pillows help to promote better posture in bed, meaning you won’t wake up in the night with a sore back.

Price: $54.99 USD

Somnox Sleep Companion Robot

It might look like a pillow, but Somnox is actually a squishy robot. You can hug it for child-like reassurance, and the device will match your breathing with an audio heartbeat.

Price: $686.51 USD

Essential sleep tech

If you’re struggling to get seven hours a night, these gadgets could make a big difference to your life.

How do you relax before bed? Share your sleep tips and tricks in the comments below!

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Meet Mark Myerson

Mark is best known for writing about apps, but he also loves the tactile, hardware side of technology. Being a professional photographer, he's pretty handy with a camera, and he's a self-confessed tweetaholic.
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