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Roy Emmerson June 19th, 2019

Top 5 iOS Apps for Your Healthy Sleep

Of course, each of us dreams of a daily deep and lasting sleep. But for various reasons, not all can afford that. If you need help with your sleep, check out the App Store to find the right apps for yourself.

Also, there are other contributing factors to a good night's sleep, these changes in your bedroom, as well as sleeping on the right mattress, can make a difference between a good and a bad start to a day.

Sleep Cycle

According to home dweller site, Sleep Cycle is a great app that will wake you up only at the right time, without interrupting non-REM (non-Rapid Eye Movement) sleep. There are 2 phases of sleep: light (REM sleep) and deep (non-REM sleep), during the first stage, we see dreams, spin, move our hands and feet, and even talk, and during the second one, we sleep like logs.

The worst thing is to wake up during deep sleep - you get up all beat up and exhausted for the upcoming working day. The Sleep Cycle is designed to wake you up only when you're in your light sleep stage. In the app, you first need to choose a pleasant sound signal and do a test to determine where to leave your iPhone on the bed to achieve maximum effect. When the app notices you're moving, it beeps thanks to an integrated accelerometer.

Set the alarm clock for the time you need. By default, you will be woken up within half an hour of your appointment. By the way, it is recommended to charge your smartphone because the app can "eat" the battery overnight. However, even if you close the app, the Sleep Cycle will run in the background. And in the morning, you can see all the statistics about your sleep phases and their duration, as well as start your working day in an uplifted and cheerful mood.


Sunriser is a very unusual and unique app that wakes you up with, obviously, the sunrise. Since the sun is the main power in our system, they say, to be healthy and active all day, you need to live by it. When the sun rises, everything comes to life, including the human body, so for those who can't wake up without an alarm clock, a wonderful Sunriser app has been developed.

Its main screen will show a countdown until the sun rises in your area. But if necessary, you can set it as you want to avoid getting up with the lark. Despite its originality, the app is quite simple and easy to use and will be suitable for those who were looking for a great alternative to a built-in alarm clock.


Noisli is a wonderful app that allows you to choose different pleasant sounds that will help you focus on your work or relax before going to bed. The app includes a large collection of various "noises," including natural sounds (water splashes, leaf rustling, or birds singing) and man-made (the sound of a running fan or train wheels). The app can also change its colors, so you can always choose the best one pleasant to your eyes. The collection of sounds is constantly growing, so you can find your own relaxing melody any time you want.


Many of us have a mixed work schedule that's completely exhausting. Recharge will develop the proper regime within 6 weeks so that you can have a healthy sleep. The app will help you wake up every day at the same time and also offer daily exercises to keep you up through your day. At the end of it, you will be able to see a full report of your activity, as well as assess your mood on a 5-point scale.


Dreameo is another perfectly developed app that allows you to analyze your dreams. It's no secret the latter is a reflection of our accumulated problems, as well as a harbinger of serious diseases or psychological issues. For some, they even help predict the future.

In Dreameo, you can record all the interesting sleep details you want to remember and read their interpretations. Track your dreams by the calendar and user-friendly search, and add them to your favorites. In addition, the app has a social network where other users can read and comment on your dreams. Turns out, you have your very own personal dream-book with many dream interpretations in your iPhone.

Sleep can be very underrated for many people, but the truth is it can cause stress, a weaker immune system, can lead to hair loss, and many more. A good night's sleep can be the cure that you are looking for so we hope that these apps will help you get a night of better sleep.

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Roy Emmerson

Roy Emmerson is the co-founder of TechTimes.com, a B2B SaaS platform that helps businesses stay up-to-date on the latest technology trends. With over a decade of experience in the tech industry, Roy is a thought leader in the field and is passionate about helping companies embrace new technologies to improve their operations and drive growth.


  1. Thank You for such a wonderful blog. your suggested applications are too good that really helped me to get sleep.

  2. Hello, Roy. Such a great list of iOS apps for healthy sleep.Really interesting.
    I think SleepBot and Calm: Meditation apps would also be a good fit in the post. I really loved them. Otherwise, the post is simply fantastic.
    I have gained some knowledge through this article in which I also learned, and I will inform others about the apps that you have posted. I am definitely looking forward to reading more such blog posts from your end in the future.
    Thanks for sharing.

  3. One of the most important thing to know and practice in this time. Because work and smartphone itself is responsible for lack of sleep of youngsters these days.
    Well It was great to know about these apps. Thank you so much for this article.
    Keep Posting !!

  4. nice to see this health tips from you. really a useful information and important one. thanks for sharing this valuable information with us. keep your good work.

  5. really a useful information seen on internet today. thanks for sharing this valuable information with us. article is nicely explained and easy to understand. keep it up.

  6. Thank you So Much for this Amazing information. This could be beneficial for people suffering from insomnia. You always write such amazing content.

  7. This is a piece of new information for me. Very helpful article. I will try to use this. Thanks for sharing.

  8. wow! I’m amazed by that information that is reallyy so informational article I’d love to use Sleep Cycle. thank you for the useful information!

  9. Good list of apps!

    I found that the engaging apps really interfere with my sleep themselves, so sticking with white noise kinda apps for now

    I liked the idea of Noisli, but its a paid app
    so after a bit of searching for nature sounds found “Nature loops” – can recommend for those who don’t need any tracking

    Sometimes these apps look amazing, but I’m unsure to try them, since some of them have an immediate cost associated with them

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