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5 Best Sleep Products to Buy on Black Friday and Cyber Monday

The biggest shopping weekend of the year is here. We’re talking about Black Friday through Cyber Monday. Thanksgiving weekend is a great time to score deals on gadgets, and at Saatva we’re all about optimizing sleep—so here are our picks for tech that can help you snooze better (if you’re not in the market for a mattress, of course).

Best sleep products you can buy on Black Friday and Cyber Monday 2019

Here are our favorite sleep tech products on sale this Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Stock up for yourself or get a head start on holiday shopping for your friends and family!

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Muse 2: The Next Generation Meditation Headband

There are a ton of health benefits associated with meditation. One of the biggest is that it puts you into a relaxed state that makes it easier to fall asleep. Sticking to a meditation practice isn’t always easy, but this multi-sensor device can help. It measures brain activity and gives you real-time feedback on your breath, heart rate, body movement, and more, allowing you to track your progress. An additional subscription to the Meditation Studio app features more than 700 guided meditations.

Regular price: $249 for the headband; $94.99 for an annual Guided Meditation Muse subscription or $12.99 for a monthly subscription

Holiday discount: $50 off the headband; 40% off the app subscription on Amazon

Amazon.com

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Embr Wave Bracelet

Temperature plays a big role in how well you’re able to sleep. Enter this bracelet, which stimulates nerves on the inside of the wrist that sense temperature and changes how hot or cold you feel with the touch of a button. It’s particularly useful for anyone experiencing the hot flashes of menopause. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 56% of peri-menopausal women get less than seven hours of sleep at night, and night sweats are one of the main culprits of this.

Regular price: $349

Holiday discount: $60 off

Embrlabs.com

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Bedtime Bulb

Blue light suppresses melatonin, the hormone that controls your sleep-wake cycle. Exposure to blue light, especially close to bedtime, can make it harder to fall asleep. This light bulb emits significantly less blue light than conventional bulbs and is meant to be used during nighttime activities, like reading in bed. (Can’t stop scrolling through Instagram before you hit the hay? Here are expert-approved strategies for breaking up with your phone before bed.)

Regular price: $19.99

Holiday discount: 10% off using code BBSAATVA

Amazon.com

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Smart Nora

If your partner snores, then you’ve likely experienced a sleepless night or two. This clever sleep gadget includes a snore detector that lives on the nightstand and an inflatable cushion that sits under a pillow. When your partner snores, the system responds by gently inflating and raising their pillow, repositioning their throat muscles so they no longer snore—and you no longer are woken up in the middle of the night. (Here are more tips for dealing with a partner who snores.)

Regular price: $359

Holiday discount: $30 off

Smartnora.com

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Fitbit Versa 2 Health and Fitness Smartwatch

Tracking your sleep can help you achieve better shut-eye (as long as you don’t go overboard). This smartwatch comes with a host of tools designed to improve your sleep. One of the most interesting features: It tracks light sleep, deep sleep, and REM sleep so you can understand the quality of sleep you’re getting. This smartwatch will also tell you how your sleep compares to others of the same age and gender and give you advice on scoring more Z’s.

Regular price: $199.95

Holiday discount: $50 off

Fitbit.com

If you’re interested in buying a mattress this holiday weekend, check out our advice for getting the best deal for your money:

Christina Heiser is the content manager at Saatva. She has held previous positions at Everyday Health, Women's Health, and L'Oréal. When she's not working, you can find Christina checking out the latest boutique fitness classes in New York City, cheering on her college basketball team (go Red Storm!), and trying new beauty and wellness trends.