How to Sleep Fast Using Your iPhone

If you’re having trouble falling asleep at night, here’s how you can fall asleep quickly using your iPhone.

You may know that playing with your iPhone right before bed isn’t good for you because that bright light can disrupt your melatonin levels, which can help you sleep. However, we’re not talking about playing with your iPhone until you finally get really tired and fall asleep.

Instead, we’ll show you some productive ways to use your iPhone to help you fall asleep faster and have a better night’s sleep overall, because falling asleep faster isn’t all you need to do. After falling asleep, you need to stay asleep for a good rest.

However, you need to fall asleep before you can get a good night’s sleep, and many people find it difficult to do so. For me, I usually sleep with a bunch of things on my mind, which makes it hard to sleep on time, and if you find yourself in the same boat, the iPhone can really help.

Here’s how to fall asleep quickly using your iPhone with the help of some great apps.

Listen to Calming Music

It’s kind of a no-brainer, but a lot of people overlook it. Listening to soothing music can be a great way to clear your mind and slow your heart rate so your body knows it’s time to rest.

SleepPhones lets you listen to music comfortably in bed.

What music you listen to is up to you, as everyone has different tastes, but I recommend you try different types of music. For example, instrumental music may be better for you, while music with lyrics can be very distracting.

If you are looking for a place to start, Spotify created a playlist of 20 songs Most used by people for relaxation, Ed Sheeran dominates the list, but there are other notable artists like Sam Smith and Ellie Goulding.

Better still, get some SleepPhones made specifically for listening to music while you fall asleep, and be sure to set a timer so your music doesn’t keep playing all night.

White Noise

If you’ve experimented with soothing music but found it useless, then some general white noise might be better for you.

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Surprisingly the best iPhone app I’ve used for white noise White Noiseand we hope it contains lots of sounds and noises you can play that will relax you and help you fall asleep fast.

Different sounds to choose from include Air Conditioning, Forest, Crashing Beach Waves, Boat Rocking in Water, Campfire, Bell, Clothes Dryer, Rain, Storm, Flowing Stream Water and of course general White Noise.


Okay, if you absolutely have to use your iPhone to check things before bed, at least get rid of that nasty blue light your iPhone screen emits.


The best way to do this is to jailbreak your iPhone and install F.lux from the Cydia jailbreak tweak store. What this does is lower the color temperature of your iPhone screen to emit a warmer orangeish color that is easier on your eyes at night.

Of course, you cannot jailbreak your iPhone if you are using iOS 8.4.1, but all hope is not lost. There is a company called Gunnar Optics manufactures special glasses with tinted lenses that reduce the hue of artificial blue light emitted from smartphone screens. You can get them with or without a prescription, but they are quite expensive.

Track Your Sleep

If you find yourself falling asleep fairly quickly after using some of these tricks, but still not getting a full night’s sleep, it might be a good idea to track your sleep throughout the night to see what went wrong.

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an app like sleep cycle It’s a great way to monitor your sleep and uses the accelerometer on your iPhone to detect movement during the night. Simply put your iPhone next to your bed to start tracking your sleep.

The app discovers the best time to wake you up in a 30-minute window after your alarm goes off, so you don’t wake up dizzy.

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