Tired of Feeling Tired?

If counting sheep, tossing and turning, and insomnia just aren’t cutting it for you anymore, consider a new solution to getting a restful night of sleep. Getting enough sleep at night is crucial to energy, mood, metabolism, and performance on the job. Anyone who has lost a good night of sleep knows how valuable sleep is.

In lieu of traditional sleep aids, more and more insomnia sufferers are turning to their smartphones and tablets for relief. A variety of sleep apps with numerous functions are helping millions of would-be insomniacs wake up feeling rested and ready for the day. You may have been told to avoid using your phone at bedtime because it will make it harder for you to sleep, but if you use the right mobile app, you may see the opposite effect. Sleep applications with functions to help you get a full night of sleep or just a refreshing nap are becoming increasingly popular in the medical app  world, which makes sense as the world is becoming more and more exhausted.

iPhone® apps, iPad® apps, Android™ tablet apps, and Android™ smartphone apps that can monitor and improve sleep act as a saving grace to those who suffer from a lack of sleep due to problems such as anxiety, travel, or constant noise just to name a few. Features such as calming sounds, voices, or music are very beneficial to the mobile medical application user because they make the surroundings as comfortable as possible and help to sooth the user to sleep.[1]

If falling asleep isn’t your problem, but staying in a restful sleep stage is, sleep tracking sleep cycle apps may be beneficial to you. These applications allow you to track how well you sleep. They can also be designed to wake you up at the best time for your body, within a 30 minute window, so you are not awoken from a deep sleep phase. Apps like these monitor and analyze sleep patterns to determine at what point you will wake up feeling the most refreshed. They also track how much deep sleep you get as well as how many times you wake up during the night. Sleep tracking or sleep cycle apps can show you how your sleep patterns are affecting your quality of life.

Sleep apps that offer hypnosis sessions are very popular and beneficial to those who need a pick-me-up in the middle of a long day. If you can’t take a long nap, a hypnosis session thanks to your smartphone may rejuvenate you enough so you can make it through the rest of the day not feeling exhausted. Whether you are sleeping for the recommended eight hours, or just taking a mid-afternoon nap, the return on investment (ROI) for sleep apps is very high. No one ever complains about waking up feeling refreshed and rejuvenated. Using sleep apps also gives you the benefit of seeing just how important sleep is to overall health.[2]

If you would like to create a sleep app that will help optimize workflow and improve health across the world, contact a universal developer that has experience in creating a variety of medical apps. DDA Apps™ has a team of programmers, graphic designers, illustrators, copywriters, and photographers that has worked extensively on creating mobile medical applications. If you are looking for an effective sleep app that will help you and millions of others sleep better and have a better overall quality of life, contact DDA Apps  today.

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[1] Stieben, Danny. “MakeUseOf.” MakeUseOf. N.p., 25 May 2013. Web. <http://www.makeuseof.com/tag/use-these-apps-to-help-you-sleep-better-android-ios/>.

[2] Strickland, Julie. “7 Apps to Help You Get More Sleep BY Julie Strickland.” Inc.com. N.p., n.d. Web. <http://www.inc.com/julie-strickland/sleep-app-to-help-you-get-more-sleep.html>.