Reviews Say Heated Sleep Masks Are 'Magic' For Migraines And Insomnia

So, this might be the last thing that you need right now, but if you're struggling to sleep as a result of a headache or a migraine, or just plain insomnia, these heated eye masks could prove a godsend.

Hear me out. It's obviously muggy and warm just now, so you might think that a nice cool eye mask might be exactly the thing you need, especially if you've got hay fever, but online reviews for this particular heating version are overwhelmingly positive.

The self-heating Spacemasks have been called 'magic' by folks who've used them. They're apparently really relaxing, which is exactly what you need if you're trying to get off to sleep under difficult circumstances.

Credit: Spacemasks
Credit: Spacemasks

Here's how they work.

Basically, they start heating up as soon as they come into contact with your face. It's as simple as that. They're infused with a soothing jasmine too - that'll help you drift off, no doubt.

Their website reads: "The heating process works by a thin layer of iron filings entwining with the oxygen molecules in the air. It is totally safe.

"The ever so relaxing jasmine is in a low concentration. So you can enjoy its fragrance without irritating the skin."

You can rest easy knowing that they're not going to touch your wallet too badly too. A pack of five of these miraculous masks will set you back only 15 quid.

Credit: Spacemasks
Credit: Spacemasks

As mentioned earlier, those who use them provide the best testimony for the masks qualities. One reviewer said: "I absolutely LOVE these and I'm a regular purchaser.

"Perfect for helping you to sleep, when you have a headache/migraine or just generally need to sit back and relax a little. Cannot recommend these enough!"

Another purchaser added: "They are lifesavers when you have a tension headache, need to relax or just want to switch off.

"They are my new favourite product."

Credit: Spacemasks
Credit: Spacemasks

There you have it. Anyone who has ever had a migraine knows that you'd try anything to get some rest - let alone sleep - if it meant that the symptoms would ease slightly.

According to some of the other reviews they are also pretty great when it comes to soothing kids off to sleep. Oh, and people who are pregnant can enjoy their benefits too.

If that sounds like something you'd be in to, your best bet is to have a look about online and pick some up.

Here's to getting some decent kip.

Featured Image Credit: Spacemasks

Tom Wood

Tom Wood is a LADbible journalist and Twin Peaks enthusiast. Despite having a career in football cut short by a chronic lack of talent, he managed to obtain degrees from both the University of London and Salford. According to his French teacher, at the weekends he mostly likes to play football and go to the park with his brother.” Contact Tom on [email protected]

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