We don't need to tell you that the past 12 months have been, well, different than those that have come before them. And with Daylight Saving Time coinciding with the end of this year's National Sleep Week, there's no better time than now to work on your sleep hygiene.
Ask anyone: A good night's sleep can make all the difference for the long days that follow. So, when you have the chance to upgrade your bedtime status with some new additions -- from cute pajamas and loungewear to quality bedding, nightly beauty products and sleep-focused aromatherapy -- the real question is, why wouldn't you? Perhaps you took advantage of Presidents' Day Weekend to get yourself a new mattress and have already started to break it in. Or maybe you're looking to make the most out of your bedtime situation this year. Regardless of what your sleep goals are right now, there's truly no time like the present to amp up those Z's.
In honor of National Sleep Week and the time change, to help you gear up for the best night of sleep yet, ET Style pulled together the products to make the most of your shut-eye. That way, after a long and exhausting day (or any other day for that matter), you'll be snoozing the moment you hit the sheets. And once you get a better night's sleep thanks to these products, you might even be able to skip the caffeine.
Scroll down for products to help you sleep and create a sleep environment to get used to the time change and beyond.
Whether you're recovering from jet lag or sleep deprivation caused by occasional insomnia, Cocoon by Sealy's memory foam mattress may help you get a good, deep sleep every night without any discomfort to your back.
These 10% organic cotton sheets are the natural sleep remedy you didn't know about. They get softer with every wash, which means you'll get an even cozier night's sleep the more you use them and get you back into a regular sleep cycle.
Give yourself the soothing sounds of white noise for better sleep without sleeping pills with this sleek white noise machine. You can control it with your phone and the compact design makes it portable so you can get your beauty sleep even when you travel.
If you're looking for ways to regulate your circadian rhythm with out sleep medicine like melatonin, prep your body for a night of deep and healthy sleep with NEOM's aromatherapy candle. It features a blend of 19 essential oils that'll help you ease into your REM cycle.
Level up your at-home environment with a sleek essential oil diffuser like this. It uses essential oil like chamomile or lavender to fill your bedroom with a calming scent to help with sleep issues (and look good doing it).
Sometimes it's just a little bit of light that disrupts our sleep quality. This cute and cozy silk eye mask can act as a sleep aid by eliminating that extra light. It's available from Stoney Clover Lane in 15 different colors.
The only thing better than a pretty spring dress is one that's cozy enough to wear in and out of the house — and better yet, one you can sleep in. And Hill House Home's Ellie Nap Dress -- with its elasticated smocked details and romantic ruffles -- is one that fits the bill.