This App Is Designed to Give You the Best Sleep of Your Life

Drained mental ability, memory issues, proneness to accidents, weight gain, weakened immunity, high blood pressure, and decreased sex drive β€” these are just some of the side effects brought about by sleep deprivation. Eyebags and dark circles are not a badge of honor and definitely not things to brag about. Getting less than the recommended 7 to 9 hours of shuteye a night will only make you perpetually cranky and puts your health at serious risk.

But, as we all know, sleep is a fickle thing. Not everyone can just lie down and get shuttled off to dreamland in a matter of minutes. If you’re one of those people who has spent countless nights tossing and turning in bed in hopes of grabbing some doctor-recommended forty winks, there’s something we know that could help. We’re not talking about enrolling yourself in a sleep clinic or volunteering for an absurd sleep study. We’re referring to Pzizz Pro, a smartphone app that promises to help you fall asleep, stay asleep, and wake up feeling like you can conquer the world.

Praised by renowned author JK Rowling and NBA player Roy Hibbert, Pzizz utilizes the magic of sound to offer sleep assistance to those who need it. It delivers human-composed, algorithmically remixed sounds patterned after portions of your sleep cycle, resulting in you getting a more restful slumber. With continued use, the app learns what kinds of sounds your body adheres to so it could give you more personalized sound sequences and allow for the best sleep experience possible.

Pzizz also boasts of nifty features which you might find useful: fadeout timers for the music and voice, modifiable listening time length, custom alarm songs to wake up (and maybe dance) to, sleep history tracking, and more. It even includes a focus module β€” sounds you can listen to if you’re having productivity issues at work.

Get the best sleep of your life with Pzizz Pro. Normally, a lifetime subscription to the app sets you back $600, but for a limited time, Yahoo! readers can snag it for only $49.99, a savings of 91 percent.