To complement our Health and Wellness issue on stands today, here are some of the best discounts for products that make taking care of yourself easier. Note that most of these items are lightning deals that end around noon.

Sunrise, alarm clock, reading lamp and radio, all in one. (Amazon)
Sunrise, alarm clock, reading lamp and radio, all in one. (Amazon)

We all get woken up by our phones lighting up with an incoming email notification anyway, right? Set your light to slowly brighten in time with your alarm to wake up, and it has multiple settings for color and nature sounds or FM radio. This is about as close to Kubrick's HAL as I want to get, but I also appreciate calming my wake up process any way possible. You can try it for $26.83 before 11am.

(Amazon)
(Amazon)

I love a glass water bottle as much as the next person, but I also love dropping my bag really dramatically when I get home, and the more adventurous of recreational folks ought to have something break-resistant (and of course, BPA-free) around. For $9.60 today, try this 20 oz. bottle with moveable colored bands that you can position to set and track hydration goals, or just customize to your aesthetic liking.

Slim kitchen scale by Greater Goods. (Amazon)
Slim kitchen scale by Greater Goods. (Amazon)

Although meant for cooking ingredients, I'll point out that the more sensitive food scales are also ideal for measuring smaller doses of cannabis. Usually $39.99, you can get this one for $10 until midday today. This one's going fast!

You can fill this Azmed ice pack with ice cubes or hot water. (Amazon)
You can fill this Azmed ice pack with ice cubes or hot water. (Amazon)

Sometimes wrapping a frozen brick of Blue Ice in a dish towel just doesn't cut it. For post-workout relief, relieving menstrual cramps, or comfort when you catch a cold, this classic reusable pack is hard to beat, and only $6 till this afternoon.

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