Relax: Meditate, Sleep

Relax: Meditate, Sleep APK

Relax: Meditate, Sleep APK

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Create and dive into your own space of peace, relaxation and complete focus.

What's Relax: Meditate, Sleep APK?

Relax: Meditate, Sleep is a app for Android, It's developed by Envision Technology author.
First released on google play in 2 years ago and latest version released in 2 months ago.
This app has 122.3K download times on Google play and rated as 4.00 stars with 668 rated times.
This product is an app in Health & Fitness category. More infomartion of Relax: Meditate, Sleep on google play
Whether you are trying to focus on work, practice some mindfulness and meditation, calm yourself, or just get the best night of sleep of your life, Relax is for you!

In Relax - Meditate, Sleep, you choose what experience fits you best:


Enjoy a premium selection of high quality video and audio experiences, featuring the calming and soothing experience of a beach, the warm feeling of a fireplace, the touch of nature of a small creek and the sleep inducing sound of rain.


Choose just the right combination to fit your current mood with our variety of sounds that can be combined into your own ambient sound. From rivers, rain, waterfalls and beaches to birds, owls and many other sounds to describe just the mood you need. Besides all of this, on Relax you will find binaural beats, try this amazing feature for yourself.

Special features include timer to sleep and the ability to save your favorite moods, so you don't have to create them all over again.

If you are new to meditation, check below some important introductory information, credits to Mayo Clinic:

Different types of meditation may include different features to help you meditate. Here are some:

Focused attention: Focusing your attention is generally one of the most important elements of meditation.

Focusing your attention is what helps free your mind from the many distractions that cause stress and worry. You can focus your attention on such things as a specific object, an image, a mantra, or even your breathing.

Relaxed breathing: This technique involves deep, even-paced breathing using the diaphragm muscle to expand your lungs. The purpose is to slow your breathing, take in more oxygen, and reduce the use of shoulder, neck and upper chest muscles while breathing so that you breathe more efficiently.

As you get more skilled at meditation, you may be able to do it anywhere, especially in high-stress situations where you benefit the most from meditation.

A comfortable position: You can practice meditation in any position, just try to be comfortable so that you can get the most out of your meditation. Aim to keep good posture during meditation.

Open attitude: Let thoughts pass through your mind without judgment.

Here are some ways you can practice meditation on your own:

Breathe deeply: This technique is good for beginners because breathing is a natural function.

Focus all your attention on your breathing: Concentrate on feeling and listening as you inhale and exhale through your nostrils. Breathe deeply and slowly. When your attention wanders, gently return your focus to your breathing.

Scan your body: When using this technique, focus attention on different parts of your body. Become aware of your body's various sensations, whether that's pain, tension, warmth or relaxation.

Repeat a mantra: You can create your own mantra or use one famous one from various cultures around the world.

Walk and meditate: Combining a walk with meditation is an efficient and healthy way to relax.

Read and reflect: Many people report that they benefit from reading poems and taking a few moments to quietly reflect on their meaning.

You can also listen to music, spoken words, or any music you find relaxing or inspiring.

Focus on gratitude: In this type of meditation, you focus your attention on an image or being, weaving feelings of love, compassion and gratitude into your thoughts.

Don't judge your meditation skills, which may only increase your stress. Meditation takes practice.

Experiment, and you'll likely find out what types of meditation work best for you and what you enjoy doing. Remember, there's no right way or wrong way to meditate. What matters is that meditation helps you reduce your stress and feel better overall.