Discover Exciting New Sleep Accessories


Hey sleep warriors! Last week was an absolute blast for me as I had the pleasure of attending the American Academy of Sleep Medicine national meeting in Indianapolis. Let me tell you, it was a thrilling experience!

This meeting always leaves me feeling inspired, with its perfect blend of the latest sleep science, exciting new products, and invaluable sleep resources. Hooray!

Today I'm going to share with you three of my favorite finds from the event. Now, before we dive in, I want to make it clear that I don't receive any kickbacks for discussing these products, and you can find all of them online. Ready? Let's go!

First up, we have ASAP, the Alliance of Sleep Apnea Partners. This incredible organization is dedicated to raising awareness about sleep apnea and providing education to those affected by it. They have a number of online resources, including patient stories. They are also working with primary care providers to help increase awareness of sleep disorders and the significant impact they have on people’s lives. Check out their website for free information or join their group to be part of the movement. Their website is

Next on the list, we have the Sleep Noodle. Now, this nifty device is similar to another product I like, the Slumberbump. It is designed to keep you off your back while you sleep. Over time, these positional devices can train people to avoid back sleeping. There are many reasons why you may want to avoid back sleeping, and the Sleep Noodle is a simple, yet effective solution that encourages side sleeping. You can find this sturdy little accessory online, including Amazon.

Now, let's shed some light on another remarkable product—Luminette Light Therapy glasses. These glasses are a game-changer when it comes to waking up quickly and combating jet lag. By mimicking natural sunlight, Luminette helps regulate your body's internal clock, making early mornings and time zone changes a breeze. So, if you're a frequent traveler or just want a boost of energy in the morning, give Luminette a shot. I have a pair and find them especially helpful in the dark days of winter. I wear them for 5 minutes right when I get up to help set my circadian clock for the day. They are a little pricey at $199 a pair, but I have had mine for years with no problems. You can find them at  - you may wonder how you ever lived without them!

Stay tuned next week when I will continue sharing some of my favorite finds from the annual Sleep Meeting. Thanks for being here, I’ll see you next week. 

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