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  • CBS News: Which iPhone Sleep Apps Actually Work?

    Let's face it. We could all use a better night's sleep. But for many of us, winning the lottery seems more likely than getting a full and rejuvenative 8 hours of shut-eye.

    Today, the CDC defines sleep deprivation as an epidemic that affects as many as 70 million Americans. But a new CBS News report this week is reminding us that the solution for our sleeplessness may be as simple as an App Store download.

    Dr. Michael Breus, a psychologist and a specialist in sleep medicine, cited Jawbone Up and Sleep Genius as two critical resources for the sleep deprived. While not a sleep-inducing app, Jawbone Up is a wristband and app that tracks how you sleep, move and eat. It then helps users capitalize on that information to feel their best.

    Sleep Genius, on the other hand, is a neuroscience- based sleep app that ModMyi first reported about prior to the national acclaim it has recently received in response to its effectiveness and superiority to the largely ineffectual white noise-based apps that populate the App Store.

    According to Dr. Breus, there are several different app and product categories to consider when trying to find the best non-medicinal technology to solve your sleep deprivation. Dr. Breus highlighted some of these categories during his fascinating segment on CBS This Morning, which is now available to watch online here.

    To learn more about Jawbone Up, click here. To try Sleep Genius (which is free for a limited time), click here.

    Source: CBS News
    This article was originally published in forum thread: CBS News: Which iPhone Sleep Apps Actually Work? started by Michael Essany View original post
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    1. thazsar's Avatar
      thazsar -
      I just use the free sound but am tempted to buy a certain one