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This Deal On Sleeping Aids Includes The Most Popular White Noise Machine AND Aleve PM

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Jack Kocsis Director of Commerce

Do you have trouble falling asleep? Do you take sleeping pills or Benadryl just to doze off each night? Or, are you like me, and you need the TV on to fall asleep. (That fact can seriously irk your sleeping partner).

If you need noise to fall asleep, ditch the TV and turn to one of these sound machines. When you fall asleep watching TV, your brain actually continues working to comprehend the show even after you enter your slumber, so you do not end up getting the full night of rest that you need. A sound machine produces noise that’s much better for your brain as it recharges for the night. This is the #1 bestseller among sound therapy products, and it actually produces 6 soothing sounds: white noise, thunder, ocean, rain, summer night and brook. And today only, it is 40 percent off.

Normally $25, this white noise machine is 40 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)

Normally $25, this white noise machine is 40 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)

HoMedics, White Noise Machine, Sleep Sound Machine with 6 Nature Sounds and Timer, Spa Relaxation, Sleep Therapy for Home, Office and Travel, SS-2000G/F-AMZ Silver on sale for $14.99

Also as part of the deal on products that help you sleep, Amazon is offering a discount on Aleve PM:

Normally $14, Aleve PM is 37 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)

Normally $14, Aleve PM is 37 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)

Aleve PM with Easy Open Arthritis Cap, Caplets with Naproxen Sodium, 220mg (NSAID) Pain Reliever/Fever Reducer/Sleep Aid, 80 Count on sale for $8.75

Sleep tight (Photo via Amazon)

Sleep tight (Photo via Amazon)

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