New Personal Protection Equipment (PPE)
The present disclosure relates to changing human behavioral patterns that may be detrimental to humanity’s overall health because the undisciplined touching of one’s eyes, nose and mouth (t-zone mucosae membranes), may result in the further spreading of infections from disease causing pathogens that may be deposited upon surfaces after unconscious and unsafe face to hands touching, and/or transmitted to humans, via unconscious and unsafe hands to face touching, resulting in potential fomite transmissions. In utilizing RFID technology along with contributory technologies and a hygienic wearable which together can be shared among groups of humans, worn exposed, and/or underneath clothing; the present disclosure’s objectives are realized by comprising a system, method and application that prevents and/or mitigates fomite transmissions of pathogens to humans now known or later found.
Breaking the Habit
Our mission at the T-Zone Control Center is to help humans break the habit of unconscious & unsafe attempts to touch our faces. The T-Zone Training Device (TTD) and the accompanying programs were designed to help us break the habit within a few weeks or so of usage.
According to the CDC.gov – “Handwashing with soap removes germs from hands. This helps prevent infections because: People frequently touch their eyes, nose and mouth without even realizing it. Germs can get into the body through the eyes, nose and mouth and make us sick.”
“An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure”Benjamin Franklin
There may arise a need to revisit the therapies from time to time but since the RFID wearable is also washable, you can even pass it on to others like your loved ones to use in their quests to gain control and raise their personal hygiene to a higher level!
PRODUCT DEMO#1 (exposed wearable or underneath clothing}
WHILE AT A DESK
WHILE VIDEO CONFERENCING
WHILE ON A TOILET
WHILE WATCHING TV/MOVIES/VIDEOS
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