Don’t remember the last time you had a good night’s sleep? We have the best apps to help put your insomnia to bed.
We’re all guilty of checking our social media feeds before going to bed.
Twilight helps you use your phone without disturbing your sleep cycle by adapting to the time of the day.
It emits a red light instead of the blue light that’s emitted by your tablet or smartphone.
It’s a fantastic app for all those who love watching shows or reading at night.
Protect your eyes with Twilight and also control other features when you upgrade to the Pro version.
Available on Android.
This app helps monitor how you sleep. It makes sure you don’t wake up feeling exhausted, thanks to it’s ‘smart alarm’ feature.
The app uses a smartphone’s accelerometer feature to track your movements in bed and enables a ‘smart alarm’ to ring at the right time.
After waking up, the app lets you rate your sleep and add notes to accurately describe how you’re feeling.
Available for free in iOS and Android.
3. Relax And Sleep Well
While our bodies need some time to rest, clocking in the right number of hours doesn’t come easily to many of us.
Enter Relax And Sleep Well, a hypnosis and meditation app with soothing recordings that have the ability to magically transport you to dreamland.
The in-app purchase options cover an array of settings to tackle insomnia, stress, anxiety, obesity and even under-confidence and low self-esteem.
It includes hypnosis and meditation recordings by the best-selling self-help audio author, Glenn Harrold.
Available for free on iOS and Android.
Sleeping well is important, but sometimes stress can get in the way of that. This app helps solve that problem, at the push of a button.
The app’s patented algorithm plays ‘dreamscapes’ – a sleep-optimized mix of relaxing music and sound effects to help set the tone for a peaceful night.
Every time you hit ‘start’, Pzizz creates a different session so that you don’t hear the same music again.
Available on iOS and Android.
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