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    Have you ever felt drowsy in a closed car or in a crowded classroom? It’s because of the high concentration of CO2. CO2 is a gas produced inside the body that always occurs where humans are and builds up in poorly ventilated areas, which causes drowsiness.

    Numerous studies specify CO2 as a drowsiness inducing material. When people inhale the air containing over a certain level of CO2 concentration, they feel drowsiness. One study has successfully shortened the time required for falling asleep by increasing the CO2 partial pressure in human body by slowing down the breathing.

    Numerous studies specify CO2 as a drowsiness inducing material. When people inhale the air containing over a certain level of CO2 concentration, they feel drowsiness. One study has successfully shortened the time required for falling asleep by increasing the CO2 partial pressure in human body by slowing down the breathing.

    Numerous studies specify CO2 as a drowsiness inducing material. When people inhale the air containing over a certain level of CO2 concentration, they feel drowsiness. One study has successfully shortened the time required for falling asleep by increasing the CO2 partial pressure in human body by slowing down the breathing.

    Our company is in consultation with a number of university hospitals in Seoul for the clinical trials.
    - Test purpose: To check the effect of hypnagogic time by 'gosleep' product
    - Test method: Confirm brain wave change by polysomnography
    - Test subjects: People working 3 shifts corresponding to mild insomnia with difficulty in hypnagogic due to 3-shift work
    - Number of test subjects: 50 people (scheduled)
    - Procedure: Physician selection → Experiment purpose specifying → Developing clinical trial protocol → IRB Approval acquisition → Subjects recruitment → Schedule coordination with the hospital → Clinical trial in-progress → Result organization
    - Cost: 130 million won (protocol development fee, hospital fee, subject participation fee, labor cost included)
      - Period : March ~ October 2020 (planned)
      - Location: In consultation with numerous hospitals in Seoul, including Samsung Seoul Hospital.

    Our company is in consultation with a number of university hospitals in Seoul for the clinical trials.
    - Test purpose: To check the effect of hypnagogic time by 'gosleep' product
    - Test method: Confirm brain wave change by polysomnography
    - Test subjects: People working 3 shifts corresponding to mild insomnia with difficulty in hypnagogic due to 3-shift work
    - Number of test subjects: 50 people (scheduled)
    - Procedure: Physician selection → Experiment purpose specifying → Developing clinical trial protocol → IRB Approval acquisition → Subjects recruitment → Schedule coordination with the hospital → Clinical trial in-progress → Result organization
    - Cost: 130 million won (protocol development fee, hospital fee, subject participation fee, labor cost included)
      - Period : March ~ October 2020 (planned)
      - Location: In consultation with numerous hospitals in Seoul, including Samsung Seoul Hospital.

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