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Several sleep apps are available to help you get a better night's sleep

Posted at 3:10 PM, Mar 04, 2020

Sleep deprivation can have all sorts of harmful effects on your body ranging from depression to heart diseases and several other more severe conditions.

There are a number of apps for your mobile devices out there that can help you get a better night's sleep.

The SleepScore app tracks your sleep and shows when you sleep light, deep and when you wake up.

The app uses sonar technology so you only have to have your phone by your bedside for it to work.

The app is free for iOS and Android with premium features available for purchase.

Sleep Cycle tracks your sleep and provides analysis to help you get a good night's sleep and better overall health.

The app has an intelligent alarm clock designed to gently wake you up while you're in your lightest sleep phase.

It also integrates with Apple Health.

The app is free for iOS and Android with premium features available for purchase.

Nap Bot is an automatic sleep tracking and analyzing app for your iOS and watchOS devices.

It presents detailed sleep analysis and analyzes the environment around you to understand how it affects your sleep quality.

It, too, works with Apple Health. The app is free for iOS with premium features available for purchase.