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Relax app can improve stress relief

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Best relaxation apps can help you sleep better, improve sleep quality and help you to stay focused, according to a new study.

Sleep experts at the University of Illinois at Chicago have found that a simple app called SleepyApp can be helpful in improving sleep quality, reduce stress, and improve relaxation.

SleepyApp is a free, app that allows users to choose a time and place for the app to sync and download data.

Sleep.com CEO James D. Cogan says Sleepy app was developed by the team that developed the Sleep.com App.

The app uses a “sleep model,” where it learns about you and then helps you set a schedule for how much sleep you need.

Cogan says this is an important tool for users to help them set a good sleep schedule.

“The Sleepy App is one of the most advanced sleep apps on the market today,” he said.

“It has been designed to be as intuitive and easy to use as possible, with a lot of great features.”

Cogan said that the app is one that was used by people with insomnia to help with their sleep, as well as people who were tired of having to wake up to their alarm clock every five minutes.

The Sleep.net website has a section called “The Sleep Cure,” and a Sleepy.com app is part of that section.

The Sleepy Apps are “not a cure for insomnia, but rather an extremely effective way to improve sleep, manage stress and help the sleep-deprived to sleep well.”

Cogan said that it’s important to remember that sleep can be a valuable tool for a variety of different situations.

For example, the Sleepy Sleepers are able to track sleep and manage stress, while the Sleepers at Sleepy are able find the optimal sleep schedule for them.

“There is a lot more to sleep than just getting the right amount of sleep,” Cogan said.

The research was published in the journal Sleep.

“Our findings suggest that there is a connection between sleep quality in general, and the type of sleep environment that we live in, and that the more sleep we get, the better we sleep,” he added.

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