Struggle to sleep? Give the gift of a great night's sleep with eve sleep

If you, or know someone who, has a struggle to sleep at night then these gifts from eve sleep could help

Woman yawning as she has a struggle to sleep
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Like sleep? Us too. But if you struggle to sleep it can be so frustrating which will leave you feeling pretty groggy the next day. This year has been one to remember (not necessarily for good reasons, either) which has seen our once 'normal' routines thrown up into the air and new changes to our every-day lives enforced.

With a recent survey commissioned by eve sleep revealing that for one in four Brits quality of sleep is worse than ever as they are kept up by worries and the change in their life and work routine, rituals to help with winding down before bed are now more vital now than ever before. 

The sleep wellness brand believes it’s time to swap evening screen time for ‘me time’, and has curated a new range of sleep gifting products designed to help your mind and body unwind before sailing off to the land of nod. The range – known as ‘well slept by eve’ – features a selection of products including a sleep rituals book to help unload a busy mind and three snooze inducing scented candles, combining the relaxing and anxiety reducing notes of sandalwood and bergamot, black spruce and juniper and camomile and ylang ylang. 

Keep scrolling to hear more about these lovely sleep products which can be bought online from eve sleep or Boots (coming soon!) and to see where you can get a new mattress from, too.

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Jennifer Oksien
Jennifer Oksien

Jennifer joined the Real Homes team in February 2020, and returned to Future Publishing, as our Appliances Editor. Jenny spends her working days bringing you the best appliance deals, and the latest appliance tech so you can kit out your home on trend and within budget – when she is not doing that she is renovating and restoring her Victorian terrace with secondhand bargains, baking sponge cakes and taking photographs of postboxes wherever she travels.