We’re supposed to get at least seven hours of sleep each night to promote health and well-being, and experts say adolescents need eight to ten. But the CDC reports that around 35 percent of adults and almost 70 percent of high school students don’t get the recommended amount of sleep. I am a part of that 35 percent; getting a full night of sleep is rare for me. I have trouble falling asleep, and I wake up at the slightest noise or stimuli. On top of that, it doesn’t help that my spouse snores loudly enough to wake up the whole neighborhood. There are dozens of sleep gadgets on the market, and I’ve tried almost all of them, from pillows to ear plugs to white noise machines. Casper, the company known for luxury mattresses you can buy online, recently came out with a nightlight that’s designed to help with sleep. So when I was asked to review Casper’s Glow Night Light, I jumped on the opportunity. Here’s my hands-on review of Casper’s Glow Light. Glow lights come in either a single-pack or a two-pack. I received a two-pack to test. When I opened the box, I found two Glow lights, two charging bases, two charging cables, and user guides. When I lifted the first Glow l...