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DateDate: 10-11-2019, 07:40

 
 

Personal non-material and proprietary rights to the invention belong to the author, and are protected according to the norms of the current legislation.
 For a complete set of the system, the smart sleep "Innovator" lacks a few more elements. The "Innovator" platform and the author of the original idea present to your investment attention the following element - a smart blanket "Innovator".
  Each element of the smart-sleep system "Innovator" has its own purpose. That smart blanket is endowed with several smart features.
  First of all, a smart blanket in its internal structure has a natural filler and inflatable elements. Inflatable elements can change the sizes of a blanket if necessary both in thickness, both in width and length. Compact and light compressors will not be visible to the user of this smart blanket.
  Secondly, the smart blanket has in its structure magnetic flexible elements that prevent the blanket from sliding off the bed during sleep, and not only. The internal movable, magnetic mechanism in the smart bed, in automatic mode, with the help of these same magnets can correct the blanket.
  Thirdly, the smart blanket has flexible light elements that can change the color of the light radiation depending on the programmed functions. Naturally, all these processes are controlled and programmed by the mobile application smart dream "Innovator".
 Also, the blanket will have several smart functions - built-in alarm clock, sensors that will determine your body's body temperature and its respiration rate.
  So, we have the following, but not the last, element of the smart-sleep system "Innovator" for your investment viewing.
  The idea is open both for investment and for full redemption.
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DateDate: 10-11-2019, 07:32

Blue light from our phones and computers can negatively affect a person’s life expectancy.
The prolonged exposure to blue light coming from our phones, computers, and many other household appliances can negatively affect a person’s life expectancy. Scientists suggest that the blue waves that emit LEDs damage the cells of the brain and retina, even if there is no direct incidence of light rays. Scientists conducted a series of studies on an ordinary fruit fly, as a result of which it turned out that the light waves released during the burning of LEDs accelerate the aging process.
Is blue light harmful?
Light is electromagnetic radiation, each color of which has its own specific amount of energy. At the beginning of the light spectrum there is red, which has low energy and is easily perceived by the human eye, closer to the top of the spectrum is blue light, which has the highest energy and is able to penetrate the retina, quickly wearying our organs of vision.
 
Artificial blue light, which comes from modern gadgets and devices, occupies the most “harmful” part of the spectrum, the wavelength of which is between 380 and 500 nm. Light waves of this range are the shortest of visible radiation, while scattering most actively.
Scientists have long confirmed the negative effects of blue light on humans, but still continue to conduct more detailed studies on its effects on the human body and still do not plan to dwell on the information received. So, scientists from a university in Oregon published the results of new research in the journal Aging and Mechanisms of Disease.
During the experiment, researchers used an ordinary fruit fly - Drosophila melanogaster, whose organism, due to its cellular development mechanisms, is similar to other animals and people.
During the study, researchers used 3 groups of flies. The first group underwent daily 12-hour cycles: 12 hours in the light and 12 hours in the dark. The second group was always in the dark and was used as a control, and the third group was subjected to filtered blue light. According to the results of the study, it was found that the flies from the first group had a shorter life span. A study of flies that were exposed to 12 hours of blue light confirmed damage to retinal cells and even brain neurons, reducing the ability of flies to climb fences.
 
In the experiment, mutants of fruit flies were also used, some of which did not have developed organs of vision, but even brainless flies showed brain damage and impaired coordination. Thus, flies did not have to see the light in order for it to cause disturbances in the body. Researchers also noted an interesting fact that flies try to avoid blue light if given a choice.
Scientists note that the presence of natural light is crucial for the circadian rhythm of the body - a cycle in which a number of physiological processes occur, such as brain activity, hormone secretion, cell regeneration, etc. However, the increased exposure to artificial light, which is increasing in the modern world, is one of the risk factors for sleep failure and many other circadian disorders.
The use of LED lighting, various gadgets and devices exposes people to more and more light in the blue spectrum. But due to the fact that these technologies are quite new, it is not possible to find out about their impact on a person throughout his life.