There are a ton of apps that claim to help you fall asleep, but which ones actually work? Here are 4 of the best apps to help lull you into your best sleep yet.
Pzizz is one of the best psychoacoustic apps that uses ‘dreamscapes’ (or sequences of sounds) with voice narrations on top to to help you fall asleep. You can time your sessions on the app (as well as a built-in alarm for your wake-up time), and the sessions will help improve the quality of your sleep so that you wake up more refreshed.
Calm is one of the most popular apps for sleepers, and it features a host of stories, soundtracks, and ASMR sequences designed to help you relax and fall asleep. Their most known for their celebrity-read night time stories. On calm, you can have a bedtime story (both for adults and kids) read to you by Matthew McConaughey or Cillian Murphy in a soothing voice.
Slumber has a huge collection of sleep meditations, sleep inducing stories, bedtime stories for kids, and ASMR Soundscapes. The app also releases two new stories and soundscapes per week. The app aims to have you asleep in as little as five minutes with its calming audio. The platform is also super easy to use, and you can browse its full library of stories and audioscapes like Netflix.
If voices or soundtracks are too detailed for your mind, White Noise is probably your best option. This app features a ton of consistent background sounds, like rain, vacuums, and waves, to help lull you to sleep.