The army wants you to be alert to day and night duty!
Since World War II, the US military has focused on learning how to keep soldiers’ brains and pilots from falling asleep.
But how can people keep themselves awake safely?
To do that, about 85% of the US population consumes a large amount of caffeine. Researcher Jaques Reifman, who works on high-performance biotechnology software for the US military, has found an algorithm for quantifying caffeine for the human body. His research was developed into a software to understand each person’s unique physiological characteristics and determine the best way to combat the lack of sleep in any condition.
The Army’s plan is to develop a tool to help calculate the amount of caffeine to consume, and when, to give the body optimal performance.
Caffeine affects each person differently. Our bodies have a unique metabolism mechanism, while sleep patterns alter the effects of caffeine. Reifman and colleagues created dozens of response time tests (PVT) to help the software assess the body’s properties, thus giving the optimal dose of caffeine for each case.
The above algorithm creates a coffee drinking schedule so that a person can get the desired conscious result with less than 65% of regular coffee consumed, in other words, a 64% increase in productivity. work with the same amount of coffee.
The US military is still testing this coffee drinking schedule on soldiers. So we need to wait a little time before this software is allowed to commercialize by the US Army.