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‘Twas the night before Christmas… and no one could sleep

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In a matter of hours, the fabled lyrics from Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire will ring true for the millions of children who will truly “find it hard to sleep tonight.”

But while the kiddies toss and turn in anticipation of sleigh bells gently jingling on the roof, there’s another large group of individuals afflicted by the epidemic of Christmas Eve insomniaparents.

According to researchers and sleep experts, the stress and bustle of the holidays are notorious for exacerbating sleep disorders for many. Even those for whom sleep routinely comes easily will find it next to impossible to unwind and calm their minds before bed on the night before Christmas. There are simply too many gifts to wrap, treats to eat, holiday movies to watch, and friends and family to chat with over a glass of delicious eggnog.

So if you expect to struggle to find slumber this evening as visions of sugar plums dance in your head, there’s a terrific mobile app worth stuffing in your own stocking tonight: Sleep Genius.

One of the hottest apps to arrive on iOS and Android this year, Sleep Genius has been credited with drastically altering the landscape of sleep apps, the resounding majority of which lack the scientific pedigree of Sleep Genius and provide little more than ineffectual white noise.

Sleep Genius is a neuroscience-based sleep app that has quickly earned a reputation for being the most scientifically advanced and effective sleep app on the market. The makers of the app say their creation delivers to the bedroom groundbreaking technology backed by decades of research from leading experts in neuroscience, sleep, and music.

Judging by the vast array of glowing reviews bestowed upon the app so far, Sleep Genius may be just what sleepless moms and dads need on Christmas Eve to wake up on Christmas morning feeling surprisingly refreshed for what many regard as the year’s most exhausting holiday.

So, Merry Christmas to all… and to all a good night’s sleep!



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