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SleepLantern - Watch and Sleep!

• We now help more than 325,000 people find sleep

•  We now help more than 325,000 people find sleep

SleepLantern - Watch and Sleep!

by Nicolas Chourrout
SleepLantern - Watch and Sleep!
SleepLantern - Watch and Sleep!
SleepLantern - Watch and Sleep!

What is it about?

• We now help more than 325,000 people find sleep! •

SleepLantern - Watch and Sleep!

App Details

Version
2.1
Rating
(21)
Size
8Mb
Genre
Health & Fitness Medical
Last updated
May 22, 2015
Release date
July 27, 2012
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App Screenshots

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App Store Description

• We now help more than 325,000 people find sleep! •

SleepLantern guides you smoothly and silently towards sleep without disturbing your significant other. The app helps you slow down your breathing rhythm by making you focus on a pulsing light. This way, your mind and body relax and before you even notice, you’ve fallen asleep. You only have to place your device face up on the nightstand so that it lightens the ceiling, and SleepLantern does the rest.

Features:
• Customized guiding sounds & visual breathing indicator to help you follow the rhythm
• Relaxing ambiance sounds (use ours or pick your own sounds)
• Progress bar
• Auto-switch off at the end of the session
• 5 levels of brightness
• Various soothing colors, each with specific therapeutic properties + a custom color picker
• Full screen mode
• Adjustable cycle length from 3 up to 60 minutes
• Adjustable breathing rate
• Available for iPhone AND iPad, only one app for all your devices

Try it and enjoy a good night’s sleep with SleepLantern!

For further information, visit our website sleeplantern.com

“Deep breathing is one of the best ways to lower stress in the body.” Health Magazine http://www.health.com/health/condition-article/0,,20188467,00.html

“Relaxation techniques often can help people with sleep problems get a good night's sleep. [...] Deep breathing is a great way to relax the body and get everything into synchrony.” University of Maryland Medical Center, Sleep Disorders Center. http://www.umm.edu/sleep/relax_tech.htm#ixzz1x7LeslXJ