Driver fatigue is a major cause of fatal accidents. Using the Stay Awake Device gives you an extra measure of  protection while driving. The device alerts you if you start to fall asleep at the wheel allowing you to pull over and rest.


* Slim comfortable design
* Light weight — approximately 15 g
* Can be worn with glasses
* Easy to replace batteries (each device takes 3 watch batteries)

Used by

* Truck drivers
* Taxi drivers
* Bus drivers
* Night shift workers
* Medical personal

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The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration claims that driver fatigue is the main cause of 100,000 car crashes reported to police per annum. The inability to stay awake at the wheel kills 1,500 and injures over 70,000 annually.

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How to Stay Awake and Prevent an Accident

How to stay awake while driving seems like an absurd question. Why would someone drive while they are tired? Yet falling asleep at the wheel is a prominent cause of car accidents that kill and injure thousands of people a year. Driver alert statistics from the NHTSA (National Highway Traffic Safety Administration) show that driver fatigue is the main cause of 100,000 car crashes reported to police per annum. The inability of a drowsy driver to stay awake at the wheel kills 1,500 and injures over 70,000 annually. There are many more accidents related to fatigue that are never even reported. Prevention is entirely possible. The recommendations for avoiding driver fatigue and to keep yourself awake at the wheel include, getting enough sleep before long trips, taking naps along the way and taking breaks while driving. Abiding by these tips and suggestions however is not always practical and you may need to look for additional ways to keep yourself awake while driving. This nap alarm alert is a high quality personal stay awake driving device that ALERTS YOU when you start to fall asleep. This driver alert device helps to prevent mistakes made by a drowsy driver. These mistakes can cause damage or worse, death to yourself, your passengers or other drivers on the road. If you think dosing off while driving can’t happen to you, think again. Drowsy driving can affect anyone at any time of the day. In fact, most crashes occur during the day when you would expect that staying awake at the wheel wouldn't be a problem. Hot weather, crowded and long flat roads all have a hypnotic effect on drivers and can make them tired.

How does it work?

The Stay Awake Device's patented technology renders it the most effective aid able to solve the problem of how to stay awake while driving. This driver fatigue alarm is very easy to use and is useful for many different scenarios. The smooth rounded earpiece was specifically crafted for optimal comfort – you may even forget you're wearing it. It fits perfectly around your right ear very much like a blue tooth for your cell phone. Simply slide the drivers alert over your ear and press the button to activate the alert sensor and YOU'RE DONE. The Stay Awake device anti sleep driving alarm is the lightest and most comfortable of its kind of devices for falling asleep while driving. As long as your head remains in the “alert” position the stay alert device will remain silent. If you begin to doze off, or “nod off” your driver alert earpiece alarm will alert you IMMEDIATELY with a high pitched sound that can not go unnoticed.

How to Stay Awake and Lower Your Risk for Driver Fatigue

how to stay awakeHow to stay awake at the wheel is something every driver should think about. Falling asleep while driving can be disastrous for anyone involved. A drowsy driver is a hazard on the road. Stay alert devices are the most effective and proven ways to stay awake under many circumstances. Studies show that certain groups are more at risk for drowsy driving than others. The under 20 age group has more sleep related car accidents because of their irregular sleep patterns. Please who work double shifts or the night shift are prone to driver fatigue. People who suffer from sleep deprivation disorders such as sleep apnea and insomnia are particularly prone to falling asleep at the wheel. The elderly are at greater risk of drowsy driving as well. People are commuting further today and that puts them at risk. Those that travel long distances are often negatively affected by long monotonous roads that dim their eyes and dull their mind. Certain jobs put you at greater risk for driver fatigue although anyone can succumb to it. If you have any of the following jobs you may constantly be struggling with how to keep yourself awake while driving:

* Taxi drivers * Bus drivers * Truck drivers * Medical personal * Night shift workers

How To Stay Awake in Class

Students are often looking for ways to stay awake in class. Energy drinks have become increasingly popular in recent years. Studies show that excessive use of energy drinks puts you at risk for caffeine intoxication, insomnia and severe agitation. In addition, too much coffee gives you the jitters and will keep you awake when sleeping becomes possible after your class. The Alert Master nap alarm will stop you from falling asleep in class without pumping your body with unhealthy substances that have side effects. It's a great solution for those who want to figure out how to stay awake without caffeine. Being alert during your studies can make the difference between getting good grades and getting bad grades. No one will even know that you’re wearing the device as its sleek design is modeled after popular blue tooth earpieces.

How to stay awake at work

It can be difficult for people to remain at work without falling asleep. Many night time phone operators use our product to stay awake while at work. Security personal and machine operators must keep themselves alert and focused at all times to prevent catastrophes and also to avoid falling asleep on the job and hence loosing their job. In our current financial crisis keeping your job is the most important thing you should be focusing on. The Alert Master drowsy driver alert helps accomplish just that. Getting to and from work safely is equally important and a driver nap alarm should be used if you regularly find that you ask yourself  how to stay awake behind the wheel.

Tips to Stay Awake

Even though the Stay Awake Device can help to alert you when you are starting to doze off either while driving or during other important situations, you should still employ some tips to stay awake if you are feeling tired, especially while driving. Drowsy driving can lead to a disaster so you need all the help you can to prevent such a situation from occurring.

Tip #1: Pull over at the nearest convenience store and get a cup of coffee.

This may seem obvious to some but it's a good tip for several reasons. Of course coffee has caffeine which does a great job of waking you up. However, stopping to get your cup of java also allows you to stretch your legs, get a little bit of exercise and get your blood circulating. All of these things will give you an energy boost. What some people don't know is that caffeine can take up to 30 minutes to be effective so get your cup of coffee and walk around for a while. The combination of the two will do wonders for keeping you up when you get back in the car.

Some people find that a hot drink, even if it is coffee, can actually make them feel sleepy if they are extremely tired. If this is the case for you then you could either try drinking a cold drink with caffeine like Coke or better yet, take a power nap in your car of 15- 20 minutes and then go back into the store and get that cup of coffee to perk you up. The nap together with the caffeine is a powerful combination that can give you a new found burst of wakefulness to keep driving.

Tip #2 : Take a power nap

As just mentioned, a power nap is a nap of 15-20 minutes. A power nap is said to be the best type of rest in the middle of the day to reinvigorate you without leaving you groggy. This is because if you sleep too long your body will enter the type of normal sleep cycle that it does at night time. If you then wake up from this normal sleep cycle in the middle without completing it you may feel even more tired then you did before. The name of this phenomenon is sleep inertia. So it is best to take a short nap, just enough to feel rested. It doesn't matter if you don't fall asleep, you will still gain benefit from this rest period. If you then drink a caffeinated beverage when you get up you will maximize the effects of the nap even more.

Tip #3: Take a snif of an essential oil

This may seem a little strange but strong smells can wake you up. Why else are smelling salts sometimes placed under the nose of someone who has fainted? Aromatherapy claims that certain essential oils such as those derived from rosemary, peppermint and eucalyptus blue gum do a good job of reducing fatigue and invigorating a person. Take a trip to a health food store and stif around for the smell that does the best job perking you up. It may not be the smell that you like the most. In fact a strong, sharp smell is more likely to invigorate then a sweet, flowery scent. Keep a small bottle of the oil of your choice in your care and use your sense of smell to keep yourself alert.

Tip #4: Don't drive after eating a big meal

It's not a good idea to drive after eating a big meal because a full stomach tends to make you drowsy since your body is working hard to digest the large quantity of food you just ate. Eating a large amount can quickly spike your blood sugar levels and as they come down equally fast you tend to get tired. Think of all the men asleep on the sofa after a big Thanksgiving meal. This is a scenario you want to avoid when driving a car. Don't go hungry either though. It's important to keep your blood sugar level stable so keep healthy snacks in the car like nuts and seeds or fresh fruit. Water is a terrific pick-me-upper too. Drinking cold water can help you feel refreshed and it also keeps you stay hydrated which is equally important. Chewing gum is also known to help keep you awake. The constant chewing together with the mint taste gives you something to do which makes it difficult to doze off.

Tip #5: Keep your distance from the car ahead of you

If it is a ways to the next rest stop or you otherwise have no chance to pull over and try some of the other tips above make sure to stay at least 3 car lengths from the car ahead. This will give you a little room for error in case you do have a lapse of awareness due to being overly tired. In addition, keep your windows down if if is cool outside. The cold air will keep you awake. If it's hot outside then crank the air conditioning in the car as the cold temperature will have the same effect. The worst environment to be in when sleepy is a warm environment so make sure that the temperature is cool to cold.

Driver Fatigue accident statistics

Being tired at the wheel is an under rated cause of vehicular accidents. Studies conducted by sleep research teams shows that a person who has stayed awake an entire day performs the same behind the wheel as a drunk driver with a blood alcohol content (BAC) of .1g. This makes them many more times likely to be involved in an accident then an alert person. In the United States the NTSB, the National Transportation Safety Board has done several studies showing the correlation between sleepiness and accidents especially where heavy trucks are involved. Of long haul truck drivers involved in road accidents, just about 50% are related to fatigue. Other studies have shown that 17% of all accidents each year (around a million) are related to fatigue and 50% of accidents on busy roads were caused by drowsy drivers.

Seeing these statistics really drives the point home. Driving while tired is an alarmingly prevalent reason for the many road wrecks we see each year. It is therefore incumbent on every single driver whether they drive short or long distances to do their utmost to stay alert while driving and prevent an accident. Use the tips above and get a Stay Awake device as extra insurance.

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