Miami, FL (PRWEB) November 28, 2007
Sleep is a luxury that most people do not get enough of. It is proven that too little sleep makes a person less productive and more stressed. And, around the holidays, it is especially hard to guarantee visions of sugarplums dancing in your head with all of that shopping, cocktailing and list-checking going on.
So, what is the best gift to give to the sleep-deprived person on your list? DreamAid recommends a stocking full of splendid sleep inducing goodies, all under $50 each.
1. Dreamy Pillow Covers
Toss out the Ambien. DreamAid Pillow Covers, each one inscribed with positive life enhancing messages, actually help a person tap into a blissful dream state. Choose from over 50 inspirational wishes such as "Peace, Love, Rest" and quickly erase the stressors of the day. http://www.dreamaidproducts.com - $24.00
2. Aromatherapy for Sleep
Spray some Pillow Mist on your pillow covers and even the worst insomniac will be lulled into a peaceful slumber. Lavender and vanilla is a great combination - the lavender soothes and calms the nerves to relieve tension and the vanilla melts away stress.
http://www.bathandbodyworks.com - $10.00
3. Soothing Sound Spa
The SleepMate Sound Conditioner blocks out background noise and creates a sense of calm, making it easier to fall asleep and stay that way. http://www.dreamessentials.com $40.95
4. Silk Pajamas
Although not a conventional sleep aid per se, silk pajamas sure do make a person feel relaxed and pampered. The traditional "boyfriend style" top and pant is a silhouette that all women love and cinnamon is a great color for keeping in the holiday spirit. http://www.pajamagram.com $49.95
5. A Super Soft Sleep Mask
Cozy up to the soft touches of a luxurious sleep mask, inspired by bedtime sheep and driven by dreams. They call it the Sweetest, Softest Lambie Sleep Mask on Earth. Sounds fabulous. http://www.bathandbodyworks.com $10.00
Be rest assured that, with these gifts, the lucky recipient will be sure to exclaim, as she goes off into the night- "Happy Holidays to all and to all a GOOD NIGHT."
About DreamAid, Inc.:
DreamAid Inc. was conceived in 2006 by Jamie Eroncig, an entrepreneur from Miami, Florida. Her mission is to develop products to help inspire people through their dreams. Five percent of the profits from DreamAid, Inc go to the Susan G Komen Breast Cancer Foundation.