Five Science-Backed Products To Help Improve Your Sleep

Five of the Latest Science-Backed Products to Improve Your Sleep

With sleep tech on the rise, we tested five of the latest sleep-inducing products approved by experts. Here’s what we thought…

I’ve always been a solid sleeper, that was until I experienced an all-encompassing bout of chronic insomnia. As it turns out, I’m not alone. A recent study by The Sleep Council revealed that a third of Brits endure poor sleep most nights and almost three-quarters (74%) sleep less than seven hours a night. It also showed stress and worry as the top reason.

(Important: A sudden onset of insomnia should always be investigated by your GP. If, like me, your doc has given you the all-clear and your lack of sleep is down to life stress, read on for some science-backed products that helped me.)

With so many of us struggling to get quality ZZZs, it’s no wonder sleep tech is on the rise. has seen sales of wake-up light alarm clocks rise by more than 600%.

It’s common knowledge that poor sleep is linked to a host of health ailments, like weight gain, depression and anxiety, and increased risk of dementia. Scary, right?

Getting a good night's sleep

So if sleeplessness is affecting your life and you’re thinking of investing in something more effective than herbal tea and blackout blinds, here are five products – backed by actual science – that helped me to sleep again. After all, quality sleep is a luxury we all deserve.

Sleep products reviewed in this guide:

Simba Hybrid Duvet
Casper Glow
Withings Sleep
The Gravity Blanket
Rise & Fall Bed Sheets

Leanne Kelsall

Luxury Travel and Lifestyle Journalist

Leanne jumped ship from a sleepy suburban town to the Big Smoke to pursue a career in creative writing and advertising. She now freelances as a luxury travel and lifestyle journalist for Luxurious Magazine. As an avid storyteller, she combines her love of the written word and luxury travel to review trending and undiscovered hotels, restaurants and events. Recent adventures have taken her as far as Fiji, Iceland and New York to discover what really makes the world’s top hotels tick. As well as writing, her passions include boutique luxury escapes, fine dining, theater and music events, alongside a keen interest in fitness having been a previous British swimming record-holder and a current fitness/figure champion.

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