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TheRealTolu

  1 month ago

Which products help you sleep the best?

I finally received the weighted blanket that I got on Amazon recently.

I decided to try it out yesterday night, and the results weren't that different from previous nights. I still woke up multiple times during the night, and although I didn't move around as much, I moved around on my bed quite a bit.

However, this was only the first night, and on the manual, it stated that it takes around 3-5 days to get used to one.

I used to wear a sleep mask every night, and it helps keep me from waking up multiple times in the night. However, due to constant use and washing, the elastic stretched and it doesn't fit as snugly as it did before, which lead to gaps and light peeking out under the mask.

Which products help you sleep the best? Feel free to write them down or link them below!
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TolunaTeam

  1 month ago
This is really great!! Make sure you add an image :-) Reply
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ShineeFive

  1 month ago
sleep? what's that?
for real though, any meds that have more then 10 g of melatonin and i might (stressing that word: might) get more then 3 hours of sleep in one sitting.
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heidejoa

  1 month ago
I take Quetiapine
Type of ambien
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heidejoa

  1 month ago
Lights out Reply
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pc1976

  1 month ago
I have to take Melatonin every night or I won't sleep at all. Some nights it works and some it don't but when I do sleep it's never more than five hours. Reply
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bfriscino

  1 month ago
I use a weighted blanket and it does take a little getting used to. I also use melatonin. And I take a prescription drug called Trazodone. It's non-narcotic and nonaddictive. It's mostly for people who cannot sleep because of stress. Reply
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slycke1

  1 month ago
An electric space heater next to the bed in Winter; a fan in Summer. Reply
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