HOW it Works?

There are several factors for your body to produce melatonin. One of the biggest factors is the wavelength of light. Read more about the science.

The other method behind the Sleep Science App is that the game’s reward system is based on consistency. The major reward system is designed to reward the user with FREE catcher unlocks by reaching specific streak goals.  To add to the streak you must play the game in either the ‘Play’ mode or ‘Play Insomnia’ mode and must be able to collect one(1) white noise by collecting 3 of the same coins.

There are 11 badges and FREE catchers that can be unlocked with consistency. What level are you?

Being consistent with any activity makes it a habit. Habits are the way we can preserve that precious human attention resources. Build Habit Success by replacing old inferior habits with the Sleep Science App.

Success is the product of daily habits – not once-in-a-lifetime transformations.

Your outcomes are a  measure of your habits.

Time magnifies the margin between success and failure. It will multiply whatever you feed it.

Your habits can compound for you or against you.

“When nothing seems to help, I go and look at a stonecutter hammering away at his rock perhaps a hundred times without as much as a crack showing in it. Yet at the hundred and first blow, it will split in two, and I know it was not that blow that did it, but all that had gone before."

The Stonecutter’s Credo by Jacob Riis

More Sleep  

There are several factors that suppress melatonin, there are some we can control and others we cannot. One of the biggest obstacles to good sleep that all the experts agree on is Electronic Devices. Electronic devices produce a lot of faster shortwave blue light that suppresses melatonin. 

To break from a bad habit, we need to replace it with another more positive one. For example, you can replace coffee with a tea that has less caffeine or heavy meals with healthy ones. Electronic devices are a necessity and there is a reward feedback loop with them that causes us to use them much more than we should. This feedback loop causes a very strong habit to be formed toward smartphone use. So strong that many people are now feeling separation anxiety when away from their smartphones. Getting these feelings combined with the unlimited stream of novel content instantly available makes it really tough to put down your smartphone at night before bed.

Summary of the ‘process of building a habit from the book “Atomic Habits” by James Clear:
The process of building a habit can be divided into four simple steps – cue, craving response, and reward. This four-step pattern is the backbone of every habit and your brain runs through these steps in the same order each time. 

Cue – the cue triggers your brain to initiate a behavior. It is a bit of information that predicts a reward. Your mind is continuously analyzing your internal and external environment for hits of where rewards are located. 

Craving – is the motivational force behind every habit. With some level of motivation or desire, without craving for change, we have no reason to act. What you crave is not the habit itself, but the change in state it delivers. 

Examples 1 – You do not crave smoking a cigarette, you crave the feeling of relief it provides.

Examples 2 – You do not crave the light from electronic devices, you crave the novel content instantly available.

Response – is the actual habit you perform, which can take the form of thought or action. The response may depend on your motivation levels and the friction associated with the behavior. The response also depends on your ability – a habit can occur only if you can do it.

Reward – Response delivers a reward – the end goal of every habit. The craving is about wanting the reward, the response is about obtaining the reward. We chase rewards because they serve two purposes – 1. They satisfy us 2. They teach us (which actions are worth remembering in the future. Your brain is a reward detector)


The Sleep Science App uses slower longer wavelength red hues and positive white noise feedback to help the user break from their smartphones ending with a black screen.

DOs & DON'Ts

Recommended amount of hours before bed

The game can’t do everything for you! Help yourself by making sure you are making the right decision and building good habits when you’re away from the game. Most people cannot stop themselves from these activities forever and we don’t want anyone to stop cold turkey. It’s about knowing when to stop. The key is to know how long before bed you need to stop these activities. 

OLED Black

Highly recommended when using the Sleep Science App is having an OLED smartphone. All flagship Android devices and all iPhone12s are paired with an OLED display. You do not necessarily need the latest device to have an OLED display. A quick Google search of your device will let you know if it has an OLED / AMOLED display. OLED DEVICE LINK

The reason it’s important to have an OLED device is that the game works by emitting a longer but still visible wavelength of light that does not suppress melatonin. Then when the user fails to keep its’ health bar preserved, the screen turns blank, with an OLED device that means the pixels are fully turned off.

Then the Sleep Science App uses an audio edit of Dick Sutphen’s Sleep Programming. The Audio has been cut from over 1hr+ to the beginning 4ish minutes then it has been slowed down and extended to about 7 minutes. To not confuse the user all mentions of spirituality have also been edited from the audio file. The audio is a snippet and is available in the app for free, no purchase is necessary. 

This is not to say that Dick Sutphen’s is not an extraordinarily powerful audio experience that will supercharge your subconscious to positively change your most basic beliefs about personal success and happiness at the level where it matters most: your subconscious mind. 

We encourage all users to try Sleep Programming yourself and include a link to where you can find the full version which is around 7 hours of content.