Thursday, December 15, 2011

Give The Gift Of Sleep: 12 Slumber-Inducing Finds

Thursday, December 15, 2011
Shopping for someone who can't sleep? You're not alone. Nearly a quarter of American workers experience some form of insomnia, which costs the country billions of dollars in lost productivity. Insomnia can also increase heart attack risk.

This season, give the gift of sleep. These picks promote calm, block out light, wake you more gently and more. And let us know in the comments what sleep gifts you're giving (or hoping to get!) this holiday season.

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