Glowing mask for a good night's sleep

Sleeping mask promises alpha state

So that's the reason: We have an "overactive mind," and that's keeping us awake at night, not the three triple lattes.

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This, at least, is the thinking by the people behind "GLO to Sleep," a product designed to cure your insomnia. (Full disclosure: They didn't actually mention the lattes.) GLO is essentially an eye mask lined with glowing bars of "photoluminescent pigment" that supposedly lets you "fall into the relaxed alpha-waved state and eventually into dreamland," according to Chip Chick.

If you're still having trouble nodding off, we suggest bourbon. Take as directed.

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