This app, on sale for .99, employs a technique in waking you up. Watch and find out how.
I recommend downloading ‘Peer Gynt – Morning’ from iTunes to have the best wake? up call ever
use it responsibly… let me know how well it works.
I would turn off the wifi/internet connection? when using it though.
Pity I downloaded? it before I watched the video.
pretty much… sounds like a good invention, but your phone would have to? be in airplane mode or something like that because all the signals coming/leaving would be harmful…. but even then, any electrical device creates a magnetic field by being on, so it would be harmful.
Then are’nt you just hurting yourself??
Does it matter if its under the sheets or not?? Because my sheets have elastic and wrap around my bed and i dont feel like digging my phone up in the morning.
it actually freaking works…it noticed when i jolted awake at 4 AM this morning and? on the stats later said AWAKE. SOOO creepy.
Even if? you are not ES yet, it is beneficial to turn off your Wifi over night, as well as to ban electrical items, your cordless phones and mobiles from your bedroom. You will sleep much better and are less likely to have an interrupted sleep pattern. Usually waking around 4 am.
Electro-sensitive people suffer from a variety of symptoms in close vicinity to electromagnetic fields, Wi-fi, mobiles, DECT phones, baby monitors, certain light sources? etc: Headaches, Speech problems, dizziness, chest palpations, tinnitus, pressure in the ears. sweating at night. skin irritations, pins and needles in the hands in the mornings, short-term memory loss, nauseas, joint aches and pressures at the back of the head as well as in the sinus or forehead area.
Another simple test is to stop carrying your mobile on your body (chest or trouser pockets). in many cases people experience the so-called “phantom text messages”. This describes a situation where every now and then you think you had a text message, when keeping the phone in your pockets, but when you checked there was no message. Some even suffer? from heart palpitations. If that is case, just try for a while to carry your mobile in a bag or switch it off, while you have it in your pocket.
Isn’t it bad to sleep so? close to ipads, laptops, phones, etc?
so? does it work?
Doesnt the battery get destroyed cuz you use the? charger all the time when you sleep?
yup works? on mine
actually, on the first 2 nights of sleep the accelerometer is calibrated, it is said that if it is calibrated while no one? on bed, this could be as sensitive as sensing a car passing outside, or someone walking by the iphone
does it work on nokia 3510i??
Does everyone know that is? stevie Richards lmao
ahhh, that would be? sweet
I have an iPod touch 4G, and its ok to use it, never had a problem till now, and in fact, i dont charge it while using the app. just turned down the brightness to the minimal level, and turned off wi-fi,? and most of the times when i wake, its not even under 20%, so I completelly recommend it, amazing app (:
lolllllllll thats ace..lolllllllllll?
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