Dr Oz: Philips Wake-Up Light, Bedphones & Chillow Sweet Relief Reviews

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Dr Oz: Better Sleep Reviews

This episode featured a variety of approaches to the topic of beauty. From the Real Age Skin Test to the hair product reviews and Vampire Facelift, there are many ways you can tweak your appearance or adjust factors affecting it. Did you know that poor sleep is one of the biggest factors that could be prematurely aging you? Check out Dr Oz’s reviews of the Philips Wake-Up Light and Sweet Relief Duo pillow, among other health products.

Dr Oz: Best Bedroom Temperature

Philips Wake-Up Light Review & Better Sleep: Dr Oz

Dr Oz shared the ideal bedroom conditions for better sleep & reviews of products including the Philips Wake-Up Light.

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Dr Oz explained some ways you can set the mood for a great night’s sleep in your own bedroom. How many of these would you be willing to try?

Set the bedroom temperature to 65 degrees, which should help you avoid sleeplessness.

Dr Oz: White Noise Vs Music for Sleep

Try white noise instead of music to help you drift away to sleep. Music is more likely to continue stimulating the brain, which is the last thing you want as you relax before bed.

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Dr Oz suggested switching your LED alarm clock from blue to red. He said that the color blue also stimulates your brain, while red does not have a similar effect.

Dr Oz: Sleep Product Reviews

Dr Oz also highlighted a few products designed to help you get a better night’s sleep. Check out these featured items. For more ideas on sleep gadgets, check out another recent segment featuring Dr Oz Sleep Products.

Chillow Sweet Relief Duo Review

If you’re prone to overheating at night, check out the Chillow Sweet Relief Duo cooling pillow insert.

Bedphones Review

Bedphones are headphones that are designed to stay flat against your ear as you go to sleep. This design is intended not to disturb your bed partner, which means couples may finally have a solution.

Philips Wake-Up Light Review

The Philips Wake-Up Light is the opposite of a night light. It will slowly start to increase the amount of light it emits in the 30 minutes before your alarm goes off. That’s like a simulated sunrise, which could be ideal for shift workers or others on an irregular schedule.

Will you be taking any of these products for a test spin? If so, let us know if they worked for you.

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