If you’re grouchy or find yourself bothered by nearly everyone and everything after a poor night’s sleep, there’s a medical reason for that. A new Tel Aviv University study has identified the neurological mechanism responsible for disturbed emotion regulation and increased anxiety due to only one night’s lack of sleep. It seems that your brain’s ability
No more cord or main unit! 2breathe has a redesigned wireless sensor powered by bluetooth low energy. It sends the real time information about your breathing back to Apple iOS app. 2breathe has been adapted to help those suffering from sleeplessness. The app knows when you fall asleep. It continues to play the guiding tones
The AppStore sometimes has problems installing apps. It may happen from several reasons, most of them unknown to us. But, turning off and the on the your iOS device usually solves this problem. Turning the device off is done by pressing the Lock Screen button for a few seconds until the Shut Off screen shows
2breathe is defined as an iPhone only application by Apple, but can still be used on iPad as on an iPhone. The iPad default search is limited to iPad dedicated applications. In order to find and download the 2breathe App on iPad, please follow the steps below: Launch the AppStore App from the main screen.
There are two main sleep issues that people generally suffer from– difficulty falling asleep and difficulty staying asleep. 2breathe can be used to solve both, but the method of use will vary slightly. As many people will experience both conditions at some point we recommend reading both detailed descriptions. Using 2breathe to fall asleep Having
You’re ready for bed. The lights are out. You’re exhausted and yet… you cannot sleep. Some of the things that keep you awake such as anxiety, stress, and hormones are not so easy to change. Other things however, you can control… What you can do today to get better sleep tonight #1. Eating No one wants to
The normal falling-asleep process involves progressive disconnection from our surroundings. Our minds turn inward as we drowse into sleep, and our control over mental activity and awareness of sensory stimuli diminishes. During this process, sympathetic neural activity is decreased with resulting mental and muscle tone relaxation. Typically, it’s our racing mind that interferes with the
Out of 647 of you who responded to our sleep poll, a whopping 636, or 96% said that you have sleep issues. Moreover, 66% of responders know at least one other person suffering from sleeplessness. Ok, you’re saying, this is all very interesting, but HOW CAN I SLEEP BETTER? We’re glad you asked! Meet 2breathe,