The ultimate bedroom gadget guide

Ah, a good night's sleep. We all want it, but it's an elusive dream—pun intended—for many of us. It doesn't have to be, however. In this tech-driven age, we've got gadgets that can make our rooms comfier and help solve our sleep issues. So today we're presenting you with our ultimate bedroom gadgets guide. Because a good night's sleep should be within everyone's reach.

The ultimate bedroom gadget guide
Koa Cover Inventive Duvet in White

Do you sit awake at night, tossing and turning because you can’t fall asleep? Sometimes, with the busy day you’ve had, it’s hard to shut your thoughts off and simply relax. Or, perhaps you wake multiple times throughout the night, unable to get the deep sleep you need? If either of these sleep situations describes yours, you should check out this ultimate bedroom gadget guide.

If you have trouble sleeping, you’re not alone. According to the Cleveland Clinic, 70 million Americans suffer from sleep disorders. That’s a lot of folks not getting the sleep they need. The Cleveland Clinic also says that too little sleep can lead to a lack of alertness, impaired memory, and a higher likelihood of car accidents. So proper sleep is vital to your health and well-being.

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To help you get the sleep you deserve, we’ve sifted through our products to come up with this ultimate bedroom gadget guide. These gadgets are designed to give you a better night’s sleep and to make your bedroom a cozier place. So getting a solid eight hours might just be a device or two away.

Koa Cover Inventive Duvet

Changing your duvet cover can be a pain. The Koa Cover Inventive Duvet helps you avoid that struggle with its central zippers that open wide. This way, you can put the cover on without the hassle. So no more annoying lifting of your entire comforter to make it straight. This cover lets you have a comfy blanket without the untidiness.

Moona Active Cooling Pillow Pad

If you sleep just a little too warmly, the Moona Active Cooling Pillow Pad is one of our ultimate bedroom gadgets that can help. It uses an active thermoregulation system to keep your pillow cool all night long. And having a cool head and neck can help you fall asleep faster. What’s more, the app tracks how well you’re sleeping.

Navien Mate Bed Warmer

The Navien Mate Bed Warmer keeps couples happy with a thermostat that lets you each set a temperature for your side of the bed. This warming device heats your bed with warm water. And its slim design ensures your mattress stays comfortable.

Navien Mate Bed Warmer

Navien Mate Bed Warmer on a Nightstand

Dohm Classic Natural Sound Machine

If racing thoughts keep you up at night, the Dohm Classic Natural Sound Machine can help you achieve rest. With two fan speeds, it can personalize to mask sounds that wake you up. Also, if you’re working from home, this white noise machine can help you focus.

Muse S Brain Sensing Headband

Another of our ultimate bedroom gadgets that can help you relax is the Muse S Brain Sensing Headband. This headband enables you to meditate by providing real-time feedback on your brain activity, heart rate, breathing, and body movements. Use the soothing voice guidance feature for Go-To-Sleep support. This headband will help you achieve a sense of calm before bedtime.

SleepScore Max Sleep Monitoring

The SleepScore Max Sleep Monitoring is a sleep improvement system that works with an app to provide personalized sleep recommendations. With its ResMed technology, this gadget can help you sleep better in as little as one week when you place it on your nightstand.

Philips Somneo Sleep and Wake-Up Light

Regulate your breathing so that you can easily fall asleep with the Philips Somneo Sleep and Wake-Up Light. Use the lights or sound as a guide to slow down your breathing when you want to wind down for the day. The sunset simulation prepares your body for rest by dimming the lights gradually. In the morning, the sunrise simulation helps prepare your body to wake up.

hugOne Sleep Tracking System and Sensors by Sevenhugs

One of our ultimate bedroom gadgets that will get the whole family’s sleep on the right track is the hugOne Sleep Tracking System and Sensors by Sevenhugs. This system automatically records your sleep stats from the moment you get into bed without the hassle of wearable sensors. The built-in alarm clock keeps you on time.

IKEA FYRTUR Smart Window Blinds

The IKEA FYRTUR Smart Window Blinds make it easy to control how much light comes in and out of your room. Complete with a remote and smartphone control, these ultimate bedroom gadgets are also fun to operate. They’re voice controlled and connect to your Alexa, Google Assistant, and HomeKit. There’s also a timer you can use to program when they lower and raise.

Molekule Air Home Air Purifier

Another vital component of a good night’s sleep is air quality. With the Molekule Air Home Air Purifier, it will be easier to breathe. This device can remove pollutants, allergens, viruses, and bacteria. And unlike other purifiers, the Molekule Air kills these particles on contact. The air in your room has never been cleaner.

Helios Touch Evolution Touch-Sensitive Wall Lighting

Put some personality into your bedroom lighting with the Helios Touch-Sensitive Wall Lighting. These ultimate bedroom gadgets are LEDs that turn on and off with just a tap. You can also dim them with your hand. Additionally, the panels connect using magnets so you can rearrange them any way you like.

Image credits: Helios Touch

This ultimate bedroom gadget guide is sure to have a device that will make it easier to hit the old dusty trail. Have you given any of these bedroom accessories a try? Let us know in the comments.

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Meet Lauren Wadowsky

Lauren has been writing and editing since 2008. She loves working with text and helping writers find their voice. When she's not typing away at her computer, she cooks and travels with her husband and two daughters.
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