Sleep Gadgets - Devices That Help You Sleep
There are products out there for every sleep conundrum...and while we can't guarantee their effectiveness, at least none of these have the potential side effects of sleeping pills.
By Corrie Pikul
Original Content | April 23, 2013
How it works: Made from similar performance fabric as athletic apparel, these soft, breathable sheets wick moisture away from the skin to keep you cool and dry during hot nights (or bad dreams). The company founders, both former basketball coaches, claim that these sheets and pillowcases transfer body heat twice as well as traditional bedding does.
Why we'd like to try it: We aim to keep the bedroom at the recommended temperature of around 68 degrees, or need-a-blanket chilly. But there are nights when our body temperature refuses to stay within the appropriate range, and we just can't get comfortably cool.
Price: $199 for a queen sheet set with pillowcases