Sleep Better with “Music Therapy for Sound Sleep” for Android
Do you have trouble sleeping through the night? If you have a nightly wrestling match with your pillow trying to get in a comfortable enough position to catch some zzz, then it may be that you are too jacked up from the day that just went by. All in all, you need to relax and XDA member Tinalv has the app to help you do just that. Music Therapy for Sound Sleep will play soothing sounds (alpha waves) and a very low frequency that should help you relax and drift off into the world of your dreams. Needless to say, you can use this app at any time that you need to relax. Inside it, you will get 5 sets of sounds, several elegant interfaces and skins, and descriptions about each sound and what it does.
The dev is looking for feedback so, if you need to relax, please try it out and leave your thoughts.
Amazing Alpha Wave Set to Comfort Your Mind
Music Therapy for Sound Sleep is another android music application based on the famous EEG to optimize human brains. For a necessary sound sleep, low speed Alpha wave (8Hz to 9Hz) set in this app will comfort your mind, assisting you to fall asleep smoothly.
You can find more information in the application thread.
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