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These are the best sleep products of 2022

Reviewed's 2022 Best of Year awards

Our best mattress and our best pillow. Credit: Reviewed / Tuft & Needle / Coop

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With the holiday season and New Year's resolution time right around the corner, it's the perfect time to reinvigorate your sleep habits with some of the best products we tested this year. Whether it's a better mattress or a new weighted blanket to help you snooze, these items are tried and true.

Here are our top sleep products, or jump to all the 2022 Best of Year awards.

Tuft & Needle mattress on a bed frame with original packaging beside it
Credit: Tuft & Needle
Best Mattress in a Box
Tuft & Needle Original Mattress

The Tuft & Needle Original is a dream of a bed. It's made with two layers of foam that lack the traditional "memory" people often associate with foam mattresses. Instead it has a sensation that's best described as floating—it gently cradles your body's contours without that sinking-in feeling. This is a firm mattress, and as such could be too supportive for side sleepers (in which case we'd suggest checking out the Nectar mattress, below). The bed is ideal for back and stomach sleepers, who will find its supportive surface a welcome reprieve at the end of the day. Its construction and materials don't tend to retain as much heat as a number of other foam mattresses we've tested, making it a good choice even if you're prone to sleeping hot. Read the full review.

Leesa mattress on a bed frame with original packaging beside it
Credit: Leesa
Best Hybrid Mattress
Leesa Hybrid

We absolutely adore the Leesa Hybrid here at Reviewed. As a hybrid mattress made of foam and coils, we think it offers the perfect balance: It has a plush surface that cradles you as you doze off, paired with a supportive core to keep you comfortable all night. The Leesa Hybrid works for all sleep positions—our tester found herself falling asleep on her side and stomach, her preferred positions, and sometimes waking up well-rested on her back, a position she normally avoids at all costs. If your budget allows for its heftier price, you can't do better. Read the full review.

Lull mattress on a simple bed frame surrounded by a tree and a lamp
Credit: Lull
Best Memory Foam Mattress
Lull Original

The Lull Original mattress caught us by surprise. Our tester discovered the bed advertised on TikTok, of all places, and she was floored by its performance in our home and lab tests. From her first night on the Lull Original, our tester was impressed. The mattress slept cool, was firm for a foam offering, and had excellent edge support. But what our tester likes most about the Lull Original is its great surface sensation. The bed strikes a balance between feeling overly cushy and too firm. It’s got just enough of a sink-in factor that you feel slightly cradled—yet it was comfortable enough for our tester to sleep on her stomach and side. Read the full review.

Credit: Reviewed / Camryn Rabideau
Best Comforter
Linenspa All-Season Down Alternative Comforter

Our tester couldn't believe how much she enjoyed the Linenspa comforter, a cozy-warm, synthetic-fill option wrapped in a microfiber fabric. The blanket is filled with down alternative that's kept in place with a box stitch (picture: individually sewn squares that prevent the internal fluff from moving about). Its buttery soft fabric comes in four colors, so you can use it alone or encase with a duvet cover. So why was she so surprised the Linenspa came out on top? It's among the least expensive comforters we ever tested. Read the full review.

a man sleeps on the coop home goods pillow
Credit: Reviewed / Betsey Goldwasser
Best Pillow
Coop Home Goods Original pillow

Finding the perfect pillow is a process that's often more painful than it needs to be. Our sleep writer has heard too many people say they've thrown away money on pillows that don't work well for their needs—and can't be returned. We're confident that won't be your experience with the Coop Home Goods Original pillow. It's stuffed with shredded foam that's adjustable to meet your firmness and fill preferences. Tinker with them for a few nights to get the sensation that's perfect for you, and we're convinced it will be smooth sailing, er, sleeping, from there. Read the full review.

Headspace displays the
Credit: Reviewed.com / Betsey Goldwasser
Best Meditation App
Headspace

Headspace has a great reputation—but we didn't buy in until our tester tried it and raved about it. The best meditation app we've tested has an astounding selection of content, ranging from sleep-specific sessions that help you doze off in the evening, to short wind-down and relaxation sessions you can use in the middle of the day when you catch yourself needing a break. The app's interface is easy to use and navigate, and our tester found that every session she tried left her feeling refreshed and calm. She still regularly turns to it when she's having trouble dozing off, and the app's sleep stories never fail to help her fall asleep. Read the full review.

Image of the Philips SmartSleep sunrise alarm at full brightness in a room on a clear end table next a bed with a grey pillow
Credit: Reviewed / Felicity Warner
Best Sunrise Alarm Clock
Philips SmartSleep HF3520 Wake-Up Light

Sunrise alarms are popular for their joint approach to gentle, effective rousing. Instead of only a blaring alarm tone, these devices emit a light that simulates dawn to lull you from a sleep state into wakefulness, punctuated by an optional sound to ensure you don't doze back off. We tested a spectrum of alarms and fell in love with the Philips SmartSleep HF3520 Wake-Up Light. It's a high-quality alarm clock with a realistic sunrise effect that mimics the real thing, in our tester's experience. The alarm comes with 20 brightness settings to customize your morning experience, as well as a built-in FM radio and five nature-inspired soundtracks. If you're looking for a more pleasant way to start your day than fumbling for your smartphone, look no further. Read the full review.

a person makes the bed with the slumber cloud core protector
Credit: Reviewed / Betsey Goldwasser
Best Mattress Protector
Slumber Cloud Core

The Slumber Cloud Core mattress protector provides a waterproof surface to keep your mattress safe from liquid spills that could damage the bed beneath. The Core mattress protector has Outlast Technology, which integrates what the company calls Thermocules into the fabric. These help the fabric to "absorb and store" heat in the fabric to provide optimal cool comfort. Our tester was skeptical, as she's had mixed experiences with this cooling technology in the past, but she was pleasantly surprised by how effectively this mattress protector regulated her temperature, while proving to be totally waterproof. Read the full review.

The best bed sheets we tested are made by Brooklinen.
Credit: Reviewed / Jackson Ruckar
Best Sheet Set
Brooklinen Luxe Core sheet set

Brooklinen is one of our favorite sleep brands here at Reviewed, we love its pillow protector, down pillows and, of course, its sheets. After testing more than a dozen sets, the only ones our tester was truly sad to take off her bed were the Brooklinen Luxe Core sheet set. She also found them easy to wash, coming out of the dryer wrinkle-free. They're made from 100% cotton with a sateen weave, which lends them a smooth surface and slight sheen. They also weren't prone to excessive staining—a major bonus when it comes to something like sheets, which can really take a beating. Read the full review.

These are the best weighted blankets available today.
Credit: Reviewed / Camryn Rabideau
Best Weighted Blanket
Gravity Blanket (15lb)

There are a lot of weighted blankets on the market, but the Gravity Blanket is the best in terms of functionality, construction, and coziness. Available in 15-, 20-, and 25-pound options, as well as two colors, the blanket features glass beads encased in a velvety cover and feels extremely high quality. The weight distribution is just right, providing a comforting amount of pressure without feeling suffocating, and because the blanket isn’t too thick, you don’t get too hot while sleeping under it. Read the full review.

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