10 Christmas Gift Ideas For Someone Who Doesn't Sleep

Published: Last Updated: Jan 19, 2024

It's safe to say that we all know someone who doesn't sleep very well because it's something they talk about a lot. Without a good night's sleep, I can imagine how challenging it must be. Having a newborn was our first experience of being awake all night long, and it is certainly exhausting. Sleep deprivation is considered torture, so we get it.

Gifting them something that will help them sleep better might just be the most thoughtful thing you can do...especially if they haven't tried it before.

In Australia, these are our top Christmas gift ideas for someone who struggles to drift off...

 

1. Sleeping Mask with built in headphones

Discover the latest innovation in sleep technology: the Sleeping Mask with built-in headphones. This game-changing accessory is quickly becoming a must-have for anyone looking to enhance their sleep experience. Not only does it efficiently block out all light, creating the perfect environment for uninterrupted sleep, but it also cancels out distracting noise. Imagine drifting off to a peaceful slumber, cocooned in darkness and serenity.

But that's not all. Embedded within the mask are state-of-the-art headphones, allowing the wearer to immerse themselves in soothing sounds, be it calming music or the gentle hum of nature. These headphones connect seamlessly via Bluetooth, ensuring a wire-free, hassle-free experience.

sleep headphones

 

2. Satin Pillowcases

Give the gift of luxurious sleep this Christmas with satin pillowcases. Everyone knows the importance of a rejuvenating night's sleep for health and wellbeing, and a satin pillowcase is a perfect way to enhance this experience. Ideal for anyone who cherishes their rest, these pillowcases offer more than just comfort—they're a nightly luxury.

Satin, with its smooth and cooling properties, helps to regulate body temperature, ensuring a comfortable sleep environment. This can be especially beneficial for those who tend to overheat during the night. The gentle touch of satin against the skin doesn't just feel opulent; it can also have a calming effect, reducing anxiety and stress, and thus making it easier to drift off into a peaceful sleep.

Moreover, satin pillowcases are known for their hair and skin benefits. They help reduce friction, which means less hair breakage and fewer sleep lines on the face. This combination of functional and beauty benefits makes them an exceptional gift choice for Christmas. Not only are they practical and beneficial for sleep quality, but they also add a touch of elegance to any bedroom decor. A satin pillowcase is more than a gift; it's an invitation to nightly pampering and restorative sleep.

Bed Sheets Gift

 

3. Lavender Pillow Spray to spritz on their pillow before bedtime

Sleeping with a lavender pillow spray is known to be one of the best ways to get a good night's sleep, so it's perfect for someone who struggles to sleep well. Lavender is a natural relaxant and can help to calm the mind and body, which is why it's often used in aromatherapy. By spritzing their pillow with lavender oil before bedtime, it will help them to relax and drift off to sleep.

Another benefit of using a lavender pillow spray is that it can help to reduce anxiety and stress. This is because lavender oil has been shown to have antidepressant effects. Overall, lavender makes an excellent Christmas gift for someone who doesn't sleep well because it can help them to relax, reduce anxiety and stress, and improve their memory and concentration.

Lavender Sleep Spray Gift

 

4. A White Noise Machine

White noise machines are a good gift for someone who can't sleep well because they produce a sound that is calming and helps to block out other noises that might keep them awake. It can be difficult to get a good night's sleep when there are noises happening outside of your room, so the white noise machine can help to cover those up so the mind isn't distracted. Additionally, the sound of the machine can help to lull a person to sleep so they're less restless at night.

 

5. Ear Plugs

This Christmas, consider the gift of tranquility with a set of high-quality earplugs. In a world where noise is a constant companion, the ability to create a moment of silence is not just a luxury, but a necessity for health and wellbeing. Perfect for those who value their sleep or need a peaceful environment, earplugs are a thoughtful and practical present.

The beauty of earplugs lies in their simplicity and effectiveness. They provide an immediate solution for anyone struggling with noisy surroundings, whether it's city traffic, a snoring partner, or just the general hustle and bustle of daily life. By offering a serene and quiet environment, earplugs help to promote deeper, more restful sleep, which is crucial for physical and mental health.

Moreover, modern earplugs are designed with comfort in mind. Made from soft, adaptable materials, they fit snugly in the ear, ensuring a comfortable experience throughout the night. This makes them ideal even for side sleepers or those with sensitive ears.

 

6. Light Projector

Some people have a lot of trouble sleeping at night. They might be tired all the time because they don't get enough rest. If you know someone like this, you might want to get them a light projector. This is a machine that projects different colors and pictures on the walls and ceiling. It can help to calm down someone who is anxious or stressed and might make it easier for them to fall asleep. Coming in various colors and sizes, you're sure to find one that they'll love.

 Starry Night Projector Gift

7. A Weighted Blanket to help with anxiety and restlessness

Weighted blankets are a good Christmas gift for someone who doesn't sleep because they help to reduce anxiety and promote relaxation.

They have been shown to be especially beneficial for people with autism, ADHD, and anxiety disorders. The weight of the blanket helps to provide a sense of calm and security, which can be helpful in promoting better sleep. Additionally, they come in a variety of sizes and weights, so you can find one that is perfect for the person you are gifting it to. Aim for 10% of their body weight, so if they are 70kgs then a 7kg blanket is ideal.

Weighted Blanket Gift

8. Sleep Aid Meditation Device

This sleep aid device from Morphée is a good gift for someone for Christmas because it can help them to relax and fall asleep. The device contains a wealth of content to help the user meditate and achieve a state of relaxation. This can be helpful for someone who has trouble sleeping at night. Additionally, the sleep aid device is affordable and portable, making it a great choice for someone who wants to improve their sleep quality. They will really thank you for this one!

Morphee Sleep Aid Gift

 

9. Eucalyptus Shower bunch

The eucalyptus shower bunch is a great Christmas gift for someone who needs to relax because the essential oils in the eucalyptus leaves can help to calm and soothe the mind and body. Additionally, the smell of eucalyptus is refreshing and can help to wake someone up if they are feeling tired. This makes the eucalyptus shower bunch a good choice for someone who wants to start their day feeling refreshed and relaxed. It's a cheaper option that you can get from your local flower shop.

Eucalyptus bunch in the shower

10. Yoga Mat

Yoga mats make a great Christmas gift for someone who wants to improve their sleep quality because they can use it to do some gentle stretching and yoga exercises before bed. This can help to relax the body and mind, making it easier to fall asleep. Additionally, yoga mats are portable and come in a variety of colors and designs, so you can find one that the person you are gifting it to will love.

Yoga Mat For Stretching Before Bed

There are a variety of different gifts that you can give someone who has trouble sleeping. Whether they suffer from anxiety, stress, or restless nights, there is a perfect gift waiting for them. So don't wait any longer! Start shopping for the perfect Christmas gift today.