Strange items that you can put on your head or face to get away with sleeping in public comfortably will never get old much to the appreciation of the latest innovation, Wrap A Nap. This latest addition to the world of sleep-friendly headwear will block out the light and keep you comfortable, all while protecting your head (you know, if you're one of those who bumps into things a lot)!
It is actually quite simple. You Velcro it all the way around your head so if covers yours eyes,
provides a pillow in the back, and cushioning everywhere else in between. This might just come in handy for avid travelers who sleep on their tray tables and get a near-concussion during turbulence. You can also wear it in a turban style if you want the pillow but don't want the eye coverage.
This is about one of the latest inventions due to development in technology
thats nothing but its an iPAD,known as an tablet computers.....
Now apple has introduced ipads......... really great.......Its also able to handle 3G technology
Its an mobile computing device and also really useful for peoples who need to use a notebook and also get connected to internet...... Its used to get connected to internet to see email,various entertainment options,share files etc...,.
People who live in urban areas where particulate air pollution is high tend to have higher blood pressure than those who live in less polluted areas, according to researchers .Acute increases in particulate air pollution, such as day-to-day fluctuations, can raise blood pressure, little was known about medium- and long-term exposure. They found that average arterial blood pressure rose by 1.7 mmHg for an increase of 2.4 µg/m³ in the exposure level to fine particulate matter (under 2.5 μm), which mostly originates from combustion sources in urban areas (traffic, heating, industry, power plants). They found a similar association for coarser particulate matter under 10 μm, which contains more earth crust material and roadway pollution.
"Both, systolic and diastolic blood pressure, are higher in people who live in more polluted areas, even if we take important factors that also influence blood pressure like age, gender, smoking, weight, etc. into account. Blood pressure increases were stronger in women than in men,"
High blood pressure increases the risk for atherosclerosis, a hardening of the arteries, which leads to cardiovascular diseases like heart attacks and strokes.