Men’s Health Sleep Awards – Best Products for Sleep

Sleep deprivation has been called an epidemic by experts, who link it to chronic conditions. (It’s enough to keep you up at night.) Enter Big Sleep: a booming industry churning out hundreds of products to help us not be miserable each morning. We tested every new one we could. Welcome to the sleepiest awards show ever, featuring the beds, trackers, napping centers, and high-tech earplugs that will help you get more Z’s and stop lying awake at night asking . . . Y?!

1

Lounge Short

tommyjohn.com
$64.00

Go minimal and go comfortable. These Tommy John Second Skin shorts give you serious underwear innovation (extra-soft tri-blend fabric, contour crotch for movement, and pockets) worked into a pair of drawstring shorts built for rest.—Matt Goulet

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2

Athlete Recovery Ultra Comfort Sleepwear [REGULAR]

Under Armour
underarmour.com
$59.99

Powered by Celliant technology (which makes it an FDA medical device), Under Armour’s Recovery sleepwear uses a bioceramic pattern to bounce infrared energy back to you. That improves blood flow and boosts oxygen, readying you for your next workout.

—Jordyn Taylor

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3

Be in the know

sleepnumber.com
$2,999.00

The Sleep Number 360 i8 Smart Bed tracks your slumber and sends data back to an app, then adjusts the bed’s air chambers around your body. It also has a temperature-balancing layer that soaks up extra heat, a welcome feature for guys who run hot. —Sean Evans

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4

Classic Core Sheet Set

brooklinen.com
$109.00

Brooklinen uses long-staple cotton fibers for its sheets—which reduces itchiness and pilling—and less-dense yarns. What you get is a lighter, crisper, and more comfortable bedspread at a 270 thread count than lesser-quality fibers at a higher count. —M. G.

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5

Moonbeam Alarm Clock with USB Port

llbean.com
$64.95

Proof positive that something doesn’t have to look techy to do the job, L. L. Bean’s classic mid-century clock (the first iteration was introduced in 1952) uses a brightening LED light to rustle you awake and has a USB outlet—in case you really need the phone beside you. —M. G.

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6

Bose Noise-Masking Sleepbuds

Bose
amazon.com
$249.00

Better to tell you what these are not: They are not headphones. And they’re not noise-canceling. Instead, Bose has created a pair of light Bluetooth-connected buds, built to fit snugly and comfortably into your ear (even with your head on your side) like earplugs. They stream only ten “sleep tracks”—think the hum of an airplane cabin or a babbling brook—which can play for 16 hours on a single charge, covering up any disturbances during the night and tucking you in a sonic cocoon of sleep.

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7

ORIGINAL®

ostrichpillow.com
$99.00

The Ostrich Pillow is sleep mask, neck pillow, and earplugs all in one. Pull it over your head for the benefit of not seeing yourself in it.

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