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      What alarm clock apps are u guys using?

      Was just wondering what alarm clock (apps) you guys are using for your wbtb?
      I naturally wake up at least once a night. But during weekends I would like to be able to control the amount of wbtb I'm doing.
      Any suggestions on alarm clock apps? And if the app can vibrate only, that would be awesome lol
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      Well, I use the aptly named Vibration Alarm for Android. This program allows for recorded vibration patterns. It's a great boon if normal vibrating alarms are overt and too loud for one's own needs, be that for brief awakenings, or to keep from interrupting others.
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      Another idea is autosuggestion...basically you tell yourself to wake up at a certain time 3-4 times just before you try to go to sleep...it takes a little practice, but after a week or two of regularly trying to wake up, (at least I and few other people) have been able to reliably wake up at a certain time....and since there was no blaring alarm if you are doing something like a DEILD or FILD, its super easy to get back to sleep
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      I bought a fitbit flex on ebay and set the wrist alarm. Them things can be pretty cheap and they pack a pretty hard smack.
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