A good night’s sleep is hard to come by these days, whether it’s because of work, tending to young children, insomnia or sleep-related conditions such as sleep apnea. The good news is plenty of mobile apps can bring a more restful night. The best sleep-tracking apps come with a hardware component such as a wristband or under-the-sheet sensor and are more accurate than stand-alone apps because they have contact with the body during the night, says Michael Breus, a clinical psychologist and author of The Sleep Doctor’s Diet Plan: Lose Weight Through Better Sleep. “You want something that’s touching the skin,” he advises. Here are 10 mobile apps to help you track your sleep.
Track your Zzzs better with these top sleep apps.
10 Best Mobile Apps to Track Your Sleep
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