12 Gadgets To Help You Sleep Better

#12. Under Armour Smart PJS

Under Armour Smart PJS

If you’re not looking for any fancy sleep gadgets for your nightstand, these new smart pajamas may be the perfect solution for a restful night of shut-eye — especially if you’re an athlete.

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady – an athlete who makes his sleep a priority — worked with Under Armour to develop these new pajamas so other athletes, and other people, can “rest, win and repeat,” too.

Under Armour’s new “Athlete Recovery Sleepwear” features a hexagonal infrared pattern on the inside of its shirts and pants, which helps your body recover faster, promotes sleep and reduces inflammation. Using athletic company TB12’s recovery technology, this print “absorbs the body’s natural heat and reflects Far Infrared back on the skin,” Under Armour explains.

These new pajamas are available on Under Armour’s website and in select Under Armour stores for around $100 per piece.

#11. Nora


Say goodbye to nose strips and ear plugs, Toronto-based tech company NORA says it has a solution for snoring.

NORA aims to be a non-invasive, silent and portable tech gadget. You place one piece of it on a surface near your bed and the second piece (a padded insert) in your pillow. When the device detects any snoring, the mini pump in the pillow insert will inflate and deflate — gently moving the pillow, and as a result, stops snoring.

With an estimated release of November 2016, you can pre-order NORA for $300.

#10. Nox Sleep Light

Nox Sleep Light

It may be time to disable your iPhone alarm clock. Here’s a bedside system that aims to help you naturally wake up.

By placing a giant band on top of your mattress, the Nox system measures sleep patterns, heart rate, breathing rate and how much you’re tossing and turning.

The data gathered is sent to an app connected to a bedside light that aspires to provide the perfect lighting and sounds to wake you up naturally. The light also apparently helps you get sound sleep by producing red wavelengths and soothing sounds that increase melatonin levels.

Nox is available on Amazon for $149.99.

#9. Chrona Pillow Insert

Chrona Pillow Insert

It may look like a pillow, but it does a lot more.

“Chrona turns any pillow into a Smartpillow,” says the company’s website. The pillow topper tracks and enhances the quality of your sleep by measuring the movements of your head and torso.

It emits low-frequency noises to boost your deep sleep and higher frequency ones to help you wake up.