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Blue Sleep Therapy

by BrazeN Apps
Rated: All Ages

Price: $0.99
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Latest Updates

What's new in version 1.4
  • Updated the behavior at the end of the timer--the application is idle and dark until the system automatically turns off the screen
  • Added Korean language support

Product Details



Product Features

  • Use blue light therapy to gently lull yourself to sleep naturally and safely
  • Reset your body's natural circadian rhythm
  • Set your preferred time period for use and a gradual power-off
  • Regulate the sleep cycle of your infant or toddler
  • Optimized for screens of all sizes including Android Tablets

Product Description

Use blue light therapy to gently lull yourself to sleep naturally and safely. Blue light has been shown to help reset the body's Circadian rhythm. This silent sleep aid works by gently projecting soft blue light onto your wall or ceiling, guiding your breathing to a quick and restful sleep.

The illumination rises and falls over a customizable time period slowing and dimming to a gradual power-off. The cycling encourages breathing patterns that lead to a faster more relaxing night's sleep.

Spending time indoors surrounded by white artificial light can disrupts the body's natural sleep/wake cycle known as the Circadian rhythm. Aging only exacerbates the problem. But research has shown that the use of blue light before bed and upon rising can promote the reset of your body's Circadian rhythm.

Help your baby sleep through the night. Blue light, timed before bed and upon waking, has even been shown to help regulate the sleep cycle for infants and toddlers.

Multiple 1-button preset routines can be used in the morning or before bed, and, unlike white noise machines, this silent app's soft blue tones won't disturb a sleeping partner.

Standalone products offering similar features have been referenced in health magazines, news reports and books such as the "The 4 Hour Body", but these products are hardly affordable, often reaching prices of $50 - $150. This app replaces those products while offering customization and timely updates.

Interface optimized for screens of all sizes including Android Tablets such as the Motorola Xoom, Acer Iconia and Galaxy Tab

While coached breathing techniques are widely accepted and used to help a person relax and enter a restful state, the research on Blue Light therapy is incomplete, and there are conflicting opinions on it, so we provide a selection of articles written for the layperson supporting the use of lighting and breathing cycles to help sleep:

References:
National Institute of Health - http://ehp03.niehs.nih.gov/article/info:doi%2F10.1289%2Fehp.118-a22
Lighting Research Council - http://www.lrc.rpi.edu/resources/news/enews/Apr05/general245.html
EmaxHealth.com - http://www.emaxhealth.com/1020/46/31432/blue-light-system-device-may-help-elders-sleep.html
Mark's Daily Apple - http://www.marksdailyapple.com/how-light-affects-our-sleep/
Daily Mail UK - http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-1193226/Specs-shine-blue-light-eyes-good-nights-sleep.html

Criticism:
LA Times - http://articles.latimes.com/2011/aug/29/health/la-he-skeptic-nightwave-20110829

Technical Details

Size: 199.4KB
Version: 1.4
Developed By: BrazeN Apps
Application Permissions: ( Help me understand what permissions mean )

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Minimum Operating System: Android 2.1
Approximate Download Time: Less than 10 seconds

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This app definitely works the way they describe. However, whether or not blue light actually helps you fall asleep is definitely questionable. My research indicates that while this may help you relax, blue light may signal the brain that it is daytime, and so this app would actually hinder your efforts to fall asleep. So if I were you I would research whether or not blue light is conducive to sleep. Personally, I've stopped using this app, and I would recommend that you do not buy it. But doing your own independent research is definitely a good idea.
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This app is laughable. If this helps you sleep, then that is awesome, but one, you have to be AWAKE to see the light, two, it uses a lot of battery, and, three, all it is is a blue screen. All I could think of while using this app is how annoying that bright blue light is on my wall. It definitely did not work for me.
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Blue light needs to be avoided at night as it inhibited melanin production. Some people now believe that the blue light part of the spectrum on screens is why so many people have trouble sleeping nowadays. I actually came to this looking for an app that would stop my device from emitting that wavelength so I could read before bed. Avoid this scam.
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I fell asleep quickly using this, and, in my experience, blue light therapy really does work. I've been sleeping through the night consistently since I started using this. Hint: Use "steady" in the morning immediately after waking up, and use "breathe" or "sunset" when you start to go to bed.
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