According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 1/3 of American Adults do not get enough sleep. Sleep apps are a growing and they all work to help you fall asleep. Check out the following apps.
Awoken – Lucid Dreaming Tool
If you’re like most people, multitude , you’re not aware when you’re dreaming and don’t remember what most of your dreams were about. There is a sleep phenomena called lucid dreaming which allows the dreamer to be aware during their dream cycle. Awoken is a sleep app which combines a journal and practice exercises to help you achieve lucid dreaming and dream awareness.
Sleep Cycle – Smart Alarm Clock
Your alarm clock is set for a specific time and you are jolted awake at any point during your sleep cycle which can make it hard to fully wake up. The Sleep Cycle Alarm app performs sleep tracking to record your sleep habits. The alarm wakes you during light sleep by use of sleep cycle theory. The App senses your movement and wakes you up at the right time in your sleep cycle so that you can wake up feeling refreshed.
Sleep Apenea Apps
This app is to screen obstructive sleep apenea. Tools will use the sound and channels to assess sleep disordered breathing which will differentiate simple snoring from non-pathological snoring.
For most of the people, solid sleep is like a “Nice-To-Have” option instead of a necessity. Hundreds of studies have shown that sleep is connected to everything such as lower stress levels, higher immune system, more efficient digestion and even to increase of work productivity.