I also tried the Therabody SmartGoggles, which resemble a VR headset crossed with an eye mask and delightfully massaged my temples and heated my face. (When my husband borrowed them, he was snoring within two minutes and had to be prodded.) Then there is the mysterious Somavedic device that looks like a giant jar of expensive skin cream but apparently neutralizes digital pollution through its core of crystals and other minerals. There’s Sensate, a computer mouse–shaped tool that uses infrasonic therapy to build stress resilience, and the Apollo, a vibrating wristband that uses sound waves to soothe. And, of course, there are any number of things to eat and drink and chew on—from magnesium powder to melatonin gummies to CBD tea.