Sleeping Pill

    Sleeping Pill icon

    Sleeping Pill

    by: 319 6.4

    6.4 Users



    The application also has built-in night light.
    The interface is available in 30 languages.
    Settings (English):

    This application is based on a real medications (which costs about $ 100). A medical device (ie, a prototype) sends a beam of light on the ceiling. Light becomes a brighter, then dimmer. With this pulsation user must synchronize his breath. Pulsation occurs every 5 seconds. Thus, breathing becomes deep (using yoga). With such a breath in your body stops production of cortisol (a stress hormone), and you will quickly fall asleep.
    When the glow is bright, it is necessary to inhale when the glow fades to do exhale.

    The person who tested the program, said this:
    This afternoon has tested a new application that helps you fall asleep quickly.
    Launched - and immediately fell asleep. Woke up at 14 o'clock. Thought maybe I accidentally fell asleep. Turned on again. And went back to sleep. Woke up at 17 o'clock. "Well, how about now, I wonder." Asleep to 20.00. Good app. Works.


    - A nice translucent widget for quick activation of the program according to your settings..
    - Timer: 10 - 60 minutes.
    - Select the screen color: white, red, blue, green, yellow. And also - change (overflow) colors.
    - Can be accompanied by a low sound of inhalation and exhalation.


    We decided that the phone has all of these features. Why do you need to buy unnecessary and expensive device? Functional (as compared to the prototype) has increased considerably. You can choose different colors of light, choose a specific time for automatic shutdown (full version only). Despite the fact that the pulsation is visible when the eyes are closed (in the room should be dark), however, we also added the sound of breathing that accompanies the pulse. The default pulse frequency is 5 seconds. This is the average for adults. But for the children, you can configure a more frequent pulse. Children breathe more often. When the glow is bright, it is necessary to inhale when the glow fades to exhale. If you breathe more or less frequently, you can set a different frequency. The application has a lot of options for different types of breathing.

    In the application, in addition, we have integrated nightlight. This is primarily for children who are afraid to sleep in the dark. Night light shines for a while, and then turned off (as configured). In the full version, you can choose the color of light, as well as the smooth transition of colors. It is beautiful.

    The glow is perfectly visible through the eyelids (in room should be dark). If you do not see the glow, then point the phone's screen on your face. You can also activate the soft sound of breathing, which will accompany the pulsation (full version only).
    First, the user, following the sound of inhalation and exhalation ceases to think of something.
    Second, the sound is mesmerizing, like a metronome.

    If the brightness of the screen annoys you, you can choose a low brightness screen phone (via System Preferences). Then the glow will be minimal, and the user will hear only the sound of breathing.

    Tags: application somnifère , снотворное для , epass

    Users review

    from 319 reviews



    Users comments for Sleeping Pill

    Brian Sanders

    by Brian Sanders

    Feb 12, 2016  |  "Awesome"

    Just what I needed to sleep the natural way.

    Sparkle Girl

    by Sparkle Girl

    Jan 16, 2016  |  "Poor"

    It smells rotten because its AWFUL!!!

    leander pope

    by leander pope

    May 15, 2015  |  "Poor"


    Krishnu Varmen

    by Krishnu Varmen

    Feb 07, 2015  |  "Poor"

    App crashes every time its launched on nexus 7 :(

    Samuel Stueckrath

    by Samuel Stueckrath

    Jan 30, 2015  |  "Poor"

    Every time I launch it, it just turns my screen black and puts the phone in standby. When I wake the phone up and unlock it, it just goes black and into standby again until I shutdown and reboot

    Dermot Mac Conville

    by Dermot Mac Conville

    Jan 29, 2015  |  "Poor"

    I'd say i'd love this app, but I can't get it to work. Asus memopad 7