Rested's Recommendations

A comprehensive list of all of the very best products out there to help you sleep better so you can wake up Rested everyday!


Upgrading your sleep environment is one of the most important steps to improving your sleep. You deserve to sleep like royalty, so why not build yourself a sleep sanctuary?

Bedtime Friendly Bulbs

Lightbulbs that have low blue-light emissions are friendlier for sleep.

Red Lightbulbs

While blue light suppresses melatonin, red light can actually boost your natural production.

Sleep Masks

Sleep masks can be a game changer for better sleep. By blocking out all light pollution from your peaceful slumber.

Sound Machines

Sound machines come with various settings to lull you off to dreamland.

Blackout Curtains

Blackout curtains block light pollution which will promote natural melatonin production all night so your sleep quality doesn't suffer.

Ear plugs

A great way to cancel out all environmental noise, earplugs are inexpensive and take up very little space!


Sleeping in high-humidity conditions increases wakefulness and reduces the amount of time spent in REM sleep and slow-wave NREM sleep, which can have a detrimental impact on memory consolidation and immune system response.


Sleeping in low-humidity conditions causes dry skin and eyes, sore throat, worsens snoring, and can lead to respiratory infections

Air Conditioners

Air conditioning is a great choice to increase air quality, especially if the weather is too hot and humid to open a window.

Bedroom Fans

Fans can circulate your bedroom air and increase ventilation. This is a great option for when the outside weather is too hot or cold to keep your window open, if you live in a noisy/busy area, or if the outdoor air pollution is at an unhealthy level.

Air Purifiers

High-performance air purifiers with HEPA filters can reduce the number of pollutants and allergens in your home by 99.5%.

Night Lights

Nightlights can be very useful for those middle-of-the-night bathroom trips or if you live with small children who wake up through the night. Choose motion sensor night lights so they don’t continue to disrupt you once you’ve returned to bed.


Mattress Upgrades

Mattresses wear down over time. You may be able to feel the springs or the pillow top might start leaning to one side. Mattresses older than 5 years should be replaced to avoid pain and stiffness

Pillow Upgrades

The right pillow is so important, not just for sleep quality, but for keeping your spine aligned while you sleep. You can buy pillows that are designed specifically for your sleeping position, pillows to wedge between your legs to reduce lower back pain, and pillows for propping you up to reduce snoring.

Sheet Upgrades

There is no better feeling in the world than climbing into fresh sheets at the end of a long day. The quality of your sheets can actually have a big impact on your quality of sleep.

Blanket Upgrades

When you’re choosing a blanket, you want something that is going to make you comfortable and sleep better, but you also want it to create an inviting atmosphere. The right blanket can help you get high-quality sleep.


A powerdown hour is one of the most effective sleep habits. It reduces stress and creates important cues to separate your day from your night, leading to better quality sleep! Check out these products to create a power down hour that will set you up for better sleep!

Blue Light Blocking Glasses

Blocking blue light exposure can save your sleep without having to say goodbye to your electronics.

Blue Light Blocking Programs

You can install programs on your devices that automatically adjust the color and brightness of your screen based on your timezone. As it gets dark outside the program blocks all blue light, giving your monitor an orange hue.

Light Dimmers

Dimmer switches can be helpful for reducing light exposure before bedtime. You can also implement dimming your bedroom light into your bedtime routine, creating a cozy ambiance before bed and inducing melatonin release.

Smart Lights

Smart lights can be set up to your electronic devices so you can control the brightness, colour, and even set timers for when you want your lighting to automatically change.

Declutter Baskets

Your brain sees mess as a “to-do” list that lingers above you as you sleep. A clean room is like checking off that to-do list. Have baskets and boxes around so that you can tidy up in a bind before bed when needed.

Meditation Tracks

There are so many health benefits to meditation and it's known to help you fall asleep faster and have better sleep quality.


Supplementing with natural herbs and supplements can be a great way to reduce stress and increase your restorative sleep. Sleep aids aren’t a cure-all for sleep but adding them to your routine can make a big difference. Check out these options that are known to improve sleep!

Dihydromyrictin (DHM)





There are products you can use to strengthen or re-sync your circadian rhythm, which will help with improving your sleep architecture and sleep quality. See if these products could help you sleep better!

Light Therapy Lamps

To fight against jet lag, shift-work disorder, or circadian rhythm disorders, using a light therapy lamp at appropriate times can shift your circadian rhythm back on track.

Light Alarms

Light alarms can help strengthen your circadian rhythm by waking you up as the sun comes up. It's the most natural way to wake up and can ensure you maintain a consistent wake time everyday.

Bedtime Friendly Bulbs

Lightbulbs that have low blue-light emissions are friendlier for sleep. They promote your natural production of melatonin which keeps your circadian rhythm strong and helps improve sleep quality. Check out some of our bedtime friendly lighting recommendations:

Hoogalite Bulb

These bulbs give off a beautiful amber hue that is 99.94% free of blue light to keep your melatonin train running in the evening (giving you better sleep at night!) plus they can reduce eye strain!

Red Light Bulbs

Red light doesn’t suppress melatonin like other lights. In fact, red light exposure stimulates the production of melatonin and can improve sleep quality. Red light bulbs provide a soft lighting that will create a calm and peaceful environment before bed. Consider swapping your bedroom lamp bulb for one of these recommended red light options to reap the benefits:

LED Red Bulbs

These 9W LED bulb (60-watt equivalent) use less energy and they don't contain mercury like CFL bulbs, making it the perfect replacement to an incandescent light.

A great option for getting the sleep boosting benefits from red light.

CFL Red Bulbs

These 13W CFL bulb (50-watt equivalent) are the perfect bedroom lamp replacement.

They will use less energy as well as provide you with all the sleep boosting benefits of red light.

Sleep masks

A sleep mask ensures darkness and sends signals to your brain that it’s time for sleep. This promotes the natural production of melatonin throughout the night to give you a great quality sleep.

The Deep Rest Mask

These sleep masks are specially designed with deeply molded cups that block out light and visual stimuli, while contouring to your face and eyelids for restful sleep.

Natural Silk Sleep Mask

A sleep aid and eye relaxer made of 100% top-quality natural mulberry silk. A breathable, cool, relaxing sleep plus some people claim that silk prevents wrinkles!

Blackout Curtains

Even if you’ve done everything right in the lighting department, there is still the problem of environmental light, such as street lights. Blackout curtains block light pollution, which can be extremely helpful for shift workers who may need to sleep during the day.

Blackout curtain option #1

These sleep masks are specially designed with deeply molded cups that block out light and visual stimuli, while contouring to your face and eyelids for restful sleep.

Blackout curtains option #2

A sleep aid and eye relaxer made of 100% top-quality natural mulberry silk. A breathable, cool, relaxing sleep plus the added anti-aging properties of silk with this option!

Sound Machines

White noise or pink noise (environmental sounds, such as wind chimes or ocean waves) create a calming environment that helps you relax before falling asleep. They can also block a great deal of noise pollution. As a bonus, pink noise has been shown to improve sleep stability by optimizing brain wave activity.

Whish Multi Sound Machine

Whether you prefer rain sounds, ocean waves, or the whoosh of a running fan, the Whish multi-sound machine has you covered!

Choose from 16 sound options and 6- and 8-hour time options so you can let it run all night long to get the best quality sleep.

Portable Sound Machine

This compact, portable, and rechargeable sound machine is the perfect option to ensure you can sleep in peace no matter where you go!

Choose from 12 sound options and a memory function so you can set it to your preference with just one click of a button