With the promise of taking “beauty sleep” to the next level, sleep masks are available in a variety of shapes, sizes and materials. But do they help you sleep better?
“It depends on the person,” says sleep expert Samuel Gurevich, MD. “People need to find out what works best for them. A safe, calm environment is important for a good night’s rest, and blocking out light is part of that. Eye masks can help, especially if your normal sleeping time is during the day.”
Dr. Gurevich discusses getting your best rest by using eye covers for sleep.
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