New Product May Stop You From Falling Asleep While Driving


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Shenzhen.China April 7, 2010; Falling asleep at the wheel, happens more often than you might think. In fact, studies show nearly a third of drivers have dozed off while at the wheel and among the group 12% said they have had an accident because of it.

Driving drowsy is a hazardous practice.

The combination of today's lifestyle and effortless driving greatly increases the risk of a drowsy-driving crash Sleep is not something a body can do without. At some point, the human body will simply take the rest it needs no matter where you are.

Whether we want to admit it or not, most us live a fast paced lifestyle trying to squeeze 36 hours into every 24 hour day refusing to slow down and getting inadequate sleep.

At 60 mph if you close your eyes for one second you have traveled 88ft, unless you crash, so don't fall asleep at the wheel.

How to prevent drowsy driving.

Automobile manufacturers are busy making cars which have gadgets to make you more and more comfortable but nothing available today for drowsy driving.

Now there is an intelligent inexpensive safety device developed called NO NAP which will help keep you awake until you safely arrive at your destination. No Nap is an inexpensive automobile safety device, that can prevent drivers from falling asleep at the wheel.

This intelligent device is designed to detect when the driver is in danger of DOZING off and immediately alerts him and his passengers, when it activates it may help prevent a potential crash.

The light weight gadget fits over drivers ear and triggers an alert buzzer when detecting the drivers drowsiness. No Nap is essential safety device a MUST HAVE on all road travels.

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