Nap Alarm Ear-Worn Sleep Detection Driver Alert
You should stop at the side of the road and take a nap if you feel sleepy while driving. But that is not always possible. Often, getting to your destination as fast as possible means there is no time to take a break. That is why you should get yourself a sleep detection driver alert.
Even if you are fond of going on road trips, you hate trying to keep yourself from falling asleep behind the wheel. This happens to all drivers, but especially to those who must drive long distances. And it gets even worse at night. There are different kinds of automotive safety products. We have one that fights sleepiness on the road.
Truck drivers battle drowsiness on the road probably more than other drivers. Long distances and irregular hours force truckers to drive for miles on end in the daytime and do the same thing at night the next day. That is why it is tough for them to stay awake while on the job. But driving when fatigued, while preoccupied, or under the influence, can do the same to any driver even if he is just driving around the block. Our Nap Alarm is one of those personal safety alarms that can prevent falling asleep at the wheel.
Our Nap alarm is a neat little device that is very easy to use. Just wear it over your ear. Inside, there is an electronic position sensor that monitors the position of your head, so if your head tilts forward, an alarm sounds, jolting you awake and helping prevent you from getting into an accident.
If you go on long road trips, this is just what you need. Many crashes could have easily been prevented if the drivers involved had been wearing our Nap Alarm Sleep Alert.
And you do not have to be driving a long distance to need this anti-sleep alarm. Even if you are just driving a short distance to work, or especially, driving home after a long tiring day at the office, you could easily fall asleep while sitting behind the wheel.
As many as 60 percent of Americans admit that they have driven even if they felt sleepy. And around 37 percent say that they have fallen asleep while driving during the past year.
The big problem is that you often can’t tell if you are about to fall asleep while you are driving. What is worse is drivers often defy the danger signs, insisting to their companions or to themselves that they can fight drowsiness off. But the truth is they can’t. And the results are often tragic.
In fact, sleepiness can impair driving ability even worse than drinking can. That is why every driver should have a Nap Alarm on them or in their vehicles’ glove compartments, ready to be used instantly when needed. It is an anti sleep alarm with vibrate alert.
But you do not just need a sleep alarm while driving. Use it if you are staying up late while studying or trying to beat a deadline at work. Use it to prevent falling asleep while operating heavy machinery, which is very dangerous.
Uses three AG13 alkaline button cell batteries (included).