The 7 Best Sleep Aids to Help You Get Those Zzzzs

You don't snooze, you lose.

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It's estimated that roughly 30 percent of the population deals with some sort of sleep disruption or insomnia. So isn't it time to get better sleep if you can? Here, products that can get you to dream land that much quicker.

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1 Calming Tea

This tea—created by Elle Macpherson—features a blend of herbs that help with sleep, anxiety, and stress, including valerian root (for insomnia) and hops (for anxiety). 

Fortified Calming Tea Caddy, $69

2 Calming Mist

From the same line, this mist uses lavender, vetiver, and chamomile to create a sense of calm. Spritz around your room and bed for a good night's sleep. 

Calming Mist, $34

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3 Charcoal Sleep Mask

Infused into the organic fibers of the mask, ultrafine charcoal powder helps soothe, release tension, and prepare the body for sleep. (And obviously it blocks out light—important.)

Morihata Binchotan Charcoal Eye Mask, $23

4 Soothing Candle

This lavender leaf candle infuses your room with a calming scent that's not too sweet. 

Diptyque Feuille de Lavande/Lavender Leaf Candle, $32 or $62

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5 Room Spray

Yes, it's *technically* for babies—but the calm, subtle perfume (which you can spray around your room or even directly on linens) is the perfect sleep helper. 

Tiny Rituals Baby Room & Linen Mist, $25

6 A Smart Orb

Place this orb on your nightstand and get ready for a better sleep. How? The alarm analyzes your sleep cycle to know when you're sleeping lightly, and wakes you up at the optimal time to start your day off right (up to 30 minutes before your set time). You can also monitor your sleep stats and change your habits accordingly. Impressive. 

Sense with Sleep Pill, $129

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7 Snooze Vitamins

These blackberry gummies boost your body's natural sleep hormone to relax yourself enough for some shuteye. 

Olly Restful Sleep Vitamins, $14

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