There is an app, as there is for everything, to help you sleep. It is called "Calm". My wife swears by it. Calm also helps you meditate, has life "masterclasses" that seek to help users manage their anger, live without fear and be more creative.Calm is for every Springbok rugby fan who stayed awake last Saturday night.Calm helps users nod off through "sleep stories", narrated by the likes of Stephen Fry. Essentially, bedtime stories for grownups and other big kids.Calm is also for cricket fans, as my wife alerted me this week. Or, rather, for those who aren’t fans. This month Calm added a story called: "A cure for insomnia? Cricket explained."It is narrated by Henry Blofeld, the recently retired English commentator, the quintessential voice of English cricket. It is described as a "sleepy yet amusing introduction to the world’s most leisurely sport".Calm’s co-founder Michael Acton Smith told the Press Association that the "San Francisco-based company thought cricket was the perfect ...

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