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R.P. Hessing

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Jan 11, 2013, 4:41:36 AM1/11/13
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I just bought an iPhone and was wondering which app is best to administer the naps for the everyman schedule?

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Ron

John Litborn

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Jan 13, 2013, 8:18:54 PM1/13/13
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There was a guy a while ago that was gonna write an app but that ended up not happening. On android i simply use combinations of stopwatch/alarms and manually noting in memos how I'm sleeping, transferring over the data to my computer when i can access it.

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James Murdza

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Jan 14, 2013, 8:42:40 PM1/14/13
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I have been using Pzizz for years (including when I experimented with polyphasic) and I find it an excellent tool to get my brain into a nap or sleep state.

Zachary Kent

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Jan 14, 2013, 9:43:52 PM1/14/13
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+1 for Pzizz.  I use it every day.


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strickvl

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Mar 30, 2013, 7:49:35 PM3/30/13
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You don't find that the noise or the talking disturbs you?

James Murdza

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Mar 31, 2013, 9:59:06 PM3/31/13
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I usually turn the voice off. I find the noise to be pretty mellow.

I would imagine that anything you make a habit of is the most effective. For me, anything with a low, drowning hum works well.

Another good app is Ambiance. This is free and lets you download thousands of sounds to relax to.
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