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3 dangerous driving easy sleepy time

Lunch hours---from 11 o'clock in the morning to 1 o'clock in the afternoon, after the morning's exertion, the human brain has fatigue, decreased responsiveness. Plus some long-distance truck drivers eager to travel, meal times should have dragged, some simply eat early and late meals a day, at noon, hungry, and an empty stomach, weak limbs, prone to accidents. After lunch, lots of blood in the human body in the gastrointestinal and other digestive organs, reduced blood supply to the brain, so there will be a brief feeling sleepy and distracted. This time do not rush to overtime driving fatigue.
dusk---according to incomplete statistics, a traffic accident about 5 o'clock in the afternoon until 7 o'clock 1/4 of the total accidents, therefore particular caution. Late afternoon lighting from overcast to dark, drivers are prone to vision-impaired, leading to errors of judgment, improper, and after a day of motels, will appear dry eyes, dry throat, dizziness, tinnitus, sweating, yawning, a series of fatigue symptoms. At this time without stopping to rest, is likely to cause traffic accidents. In addition, the pedestrian walk is also observed due to a visual impairment is not clear, duorang judgments of the passing vehicles are not allowed, and eager to go home, walking fast, extremely easy to cause a traffic accident. ---Midnight
midnight 1 o'clock to 3 o'clock in the morning, everything in "hibernation" to make drivers prone to road "open" feeling and imagination, speeding, resulting very long driver's car hit the side of the tree, building on the oblivious. Human circadian rhythms in the brain and this time slow, decreased blood pressure, stiff hand-foot vessels and nerves paralysis State, due to extreme fatigue, people with poor cardiac function is also likely to cause cardiac arrest, myocardial infarction and cerebral thrombosis, which lurks the crisis of traffic accidents. BACK

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