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Blissful sleep is something we all wish for on restless nights. You toss, you turn, you count sheep ... but nothing helps. Harriet Carter has the sleep solutions you need to optimize your sleeping environment and help you drift off to dreamland in no time.

Bedding that Offers Support and Relieves Pressure

Pillows can make a significant difference in how easily you fall asleep. Is your pillow fully supporting your head and keeping your neck in alignment? If not, it may be time to replace it. A knee pillow is ideal for side sleepers. It relieves point-to-point pressure and relaxes back and hip muscles. If you use a CPAP, consider a CPAP pillow. They're specially designed to reduce mask shifting, leaks and pressure points. Sleeping in an elevated position with a bed wedge can help reduce symptoms of acid reflux, GERD, heartburn, breathing problems and more.

Sleep Soundly with CPAP accessories

If you do sleep with a CPAP, it's vitally important that you keep the mask and tubing as clean as possible. You can either wipe down the mask daily and wash the tubing in mild detergent weekly OR you can use the Clean Zone™ CPAP Sanitizer. It automatically cleans, sanitizes and destroys germs and bacteria from every surface of your CPAP reservoir, tube and mask in minutes. Harriet Carter also carries the CPAP accessories you need to make sleeping with a CPAP so much easier including a hose holder and a cozy hose cover.

Find Your Perfect Temperature

Keep your bedroom on the cooler side. This will make you want to cuddle up under your crisp sheets and downy comforter. Harriet Carter has a variety of comforters to choose from including calming weighted blankets.

Explore How Noise Effects Sleep

Silence is golden. Snoring, television and other atmospheric noise can prevent you from getting to sleep. If you can't minimize or eliminate these distractions, consider using ear plugs or a