Improve lucid dreaming

From Anonymous on 2014/10/13 22:10:46 +0000

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From Hemlock on 2015/05/21 09:01:54 +0000

Why not also be able to play a playlist and not just a ringtone?

And / or being able to put a delay between the loops.

But I think the most important thing would be to skip cycles.
This way you get to sleep the first hours before you may get lucid or woken by the sound,
when the cycles last longer and you're more likely to have a lucid dream.

From Petr Nálevka on 2015/03/01 14:55:54 +0000

Unfortunately in general actigraphy has issues recognize between deep sleep and laying in bed without movement, please use the pause feature to help us recognize this. Deep sleep warning would never occur during pausing or short afterward…

From Anonymous on 2015/02/28 07:42:16 +0000

The sensitivity may be a bit off, I'll have to try it more to find out. It appears to be either precise or accurate, but not both, which is preferable for something like this.

Was dozing with cat in bed, both of us were perfectly still, he got off to dreamland for 5 min, I was just beginning to get to sleep, then the 'lucid function' activated, before deep sleep.

From Anonymous on 2015/02/04 06:33:15 +0000

Putting a switch in for an alarm that wakes you 3 to 4 hours before the main alarm. This helps with the wake-back-to-bed technique.

From Sylvia Rubio on 2015/01/15 08:56:11 +0000

I would like to hace a dream journal integrated with the app, por integration with lucidity. Also to set high ir low vibration in smartwatch.

Maybe register when lucid dreaming is trigger and allow user to check if I could have Lucid dream or not.

From Petr Nálevka on 2014/11/07 11:54:12 +0000

You choose any sound you like… Just use settings > lucid dreaming > ringtone

From Min Wang on 2014/11/06 22:33:08 +0000

Please just change the horrifying voice YOU ARE SLEEPING SLEEPING SLEEPING

From anthony corrado on 2014/11/04 05:57:54 +0000

It seems he wants a way for the app to trigger lucid dreaming. The only way I can think of is binaural beats and these have no real scientific evidence of doing anything.

From Anonymous on 2014/10/17 22:34:18 +0000

Possibly by reminding you to dream journal, Megadosing Melatonin? Other supplements and/or habits that may improve lucid dreaming.

From Petr Nálevka on 2014/10/14 01:07:37 +0000

Any further details on this one? What exactly would you like to improve? Thank you.