5 Apps To Help Your Nightly Routine
You’re not alone when it comes to needing a little help when it comes to your nightly routine. There are many apps out there that can assist when it’s time to wind down for the night. Here are our highly suggested ones:
1. BreatheThis app has hundreds of different meditations, not only to help with insomnia and people who have trouble sleeping, but also to help with your overall health, including weight loss, anxiety and work performance. And if you need that extra push, you can get a personal mindfulness coach to guide you through the whole process.
Pzizz uses science when it comes to snooze time. Using psychoacoustics, the Pzizz system will play you a combination of voiceovers, music and sounds that’ll help put your mind at ease, get you to sleep AND keep you asleep. It’s recommended to keep it playing all night and it also has fade-out timers to help you stay asleep.
3. Sleep Genius
Most people are used to forming habits and a nightly routine should be no different. Sleep Genius was created to train your brain to sleep by repeating the same patterns and rhythms. They’ve curated an algorithm that helps your brain fall into a faster and deeper sleep. Just decide on a bed time and let Sleep Genius help you fall asleep within 15 minutes.
4. Relax Melodies
If you’ve ever wanted to make music to help you sleep, here’s your chance. Relax Melodies has over 50 free sounds for you to mix and combine to create a personal mix just for you. You can even add in meditations for a more laid-back mood. Perfect for a midday pick-me-up too! Different sounds work for different people, so create the mix that works best for you.
5. White Noise Sleep Pillow Sound
This awesome app was featured on ABC and The Wall Street Journal! The app has naturally recorded sounds that’ll enhance your relaxation and get you sleepy. It creates a cyclical sleep pattern for you to get used to. With up to 300,000 sound combinations, you can choose from sounds like tropical rain, outside bonfire, beach waves, and even baby lullabies.
You won’t need to download this one. Simply hit the “off” button on your electronics 🙂
Good night and sleep well!