mySleepButton : App puts you to sleep
mySleepButton : App puts you to sleep

mySleepButton : App puts you to sleep

If counting sheep can’t help you sleep, you could try thinking of an elephant, French toast and scuba diving.

Simon Fraser University researcher Luc Beaudoin has created mySleepButton, a first-of-its-kind app that harnesses the power of the imagination to help users nod off.

“First, it interferes with the kind of thinking that keeps you awake at night. You know, when you’re doing this, using this technique you can’t be thinking about your problems at the same time, it doesn’t work because the mind is a bit of a one track thing. And the other thing is it kind of scrambles your thinking, which we think is conducive to sleep onset.”

He says the app is aimed at bettering people’s lives by helping trigger sleep, leading to a more productive day.

mySleepButton can be found on Apple as a free iTunes download.


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