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6. Invest in your pillow. Your pillow can make or break your sleep, so be sure to invest in one that sends you off into sleepy land rather than one that leaves you lying awake counting sheep. “There are so many different types of pillows, all tailored to your sleep position,” Stoner says. “Invest in one that keeps you aligned during the night and doesn’t wake you up with a stiff neck.”
Pet BedsHere’s a solution for pet owners who lose sleep to their pet’s tossing and turning beside them. The foot of the bed may be the only spot your buddy will consider relocating to once he’s had a taste of 800 thread count. Get him something equally luxurious and it might not be too hard a sell.
Style. For larger breeds or multiple pets who enjoy one another's company at night, choose a bed that complements your own. There are no rules about what a pet's bed should look like. As long as the bed is comfortable for the animal, take liberties to make its design work with your room.