RF inhibiting sleep mask

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RF inhibiting Sleep Mask

Sleep Mask

In today’s world of hustle and bustle, with people working 9 to 5 and extra hours to meet the rising cost of daily living. Fatigue is a regular occurence and its effects are noticed, behind the wheel, at work and even at school in the lecture room. Quality sleep, both at night or during the day, can help in reducing the occurrence of fatigue and Phanerus Technologies has, a sleep mask product, designed to achieve a double black out effect, helping anyone often dealing with fatigue to get sleep whenever necessary.

The quality of sleep one gets, can be measured in terms of sleep disturbance, sleep effectiveness and the need for supplementary sleep [1]. Sleep disturbance being a recurrent awakening during night sleep, caused by mid-sleep awakening and movement during sleep. The primary cause of disturbance being, environmental factors, such as sound and lighting [2] and a sleep mask, which is able to sufficiently block out ambient sound and light, would help create the necessary conditions needed for more effective sleep. Such that total sleep time is achievable and the need for daytime sleep reduced.

Typical house hold of today

Increasing the blackout effect beyond sound and light, by shielding other frequencies between them (mostly present in today's house holds), constitutes the focus of the sleep mask product by Phanerus Technologies. These frequencies, being micro and radio waves that, equally create sleep time disturbance. The ability to equally block out these frequencies, make the Phanerus Technologies, sleep mask very effective. Giving it its double black out feature.

The human body system, responsible for the sleep/wake (circadian) cycles, is the melatonin/Serotonin system, which functions between the pineal gland and the hypothalamus [3],[4]. The un interrupted release and absorption of these body sleep/wake regulators, accounts for how often, the total sleep period can be experienced by the human body. This system has been shown to be suppressible, by electromagnetic fields [5].

At home naping with the sleep Mask.

Incidentally in, hotels, homes and house holds of today, lounge areas, rooms and hall ways are illuminated with electromagnetic waves. Mostly caused by Bluetooth, WiFi and cellular frequencies : GSM/GPRS/EDGE(2G),UMTS/HSPA(3G),LTE(4G) standards, functioning in the 900/1800/1900/2100MHz bands. Along with wireless protocols, such as Zigbee, Z-wave and LoraWan, for Machine to Machine communication and IOT. These are emitted from Wireless Access Points, Distributed Antenna Systems, IOT gateways and nearby cellular base stations.

RF illuminating bedroom.

These services help a great deal for in building communication, with entertainment and would be considered in-dispensable as far as business, social and academic interactions are concerned. However the amount of exposure, needs to be regulated, to help curb some of the draw backs of human co-existence with wireless technology. Effects on quality sleep and the body’s biological clock [6].

The RF inhibiting Sleep Mask, by Phanerus Technologies, is designed to make this possible. Keeping out RF frequencies as well as visible light, it creates a deeper blackout effect, than normal sleep masks, reducing sleep disturbance and movement during sleep. Helping the human body to experience its total sleep time, thereby reducing the need for supplementary sleep, in the form of afternoon or daytime sleep.

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[2] Zolfaghari M, Afshar PF, Noghabi AAA, Khameslou MA. Modification of environmental factors on quality of sleep among patients admitted to CCU. Hayat J Fac Nurs Midwifery. 2013;18(4):61-8.

[3] Armstrong, S. Melatonin and circadian control in mammals. Cell. Mol. Life Sci. 45(10), 932 – 938 (1989).

[4] Tan, D. X. Melatonin and brain. Curr. Neuropharmacol. 8(3), 161 (2010).

[5] Reiter, R. J. Melatonin suppression by static and ex-tremely low frequency electromagnetics fields: relation- ship to the reported increased incidence of cancer. Rev. Environ. Health 10, 171–186 (1994).

[6] ‘Biological clock—circadian rhythm’. http://www. crystalinks.com/biologicalclock.html.