Japanese toilets now measure fatigue levels at highway rest stops

Originally published on Sora News by Oona McGee


We test out the new system to see if it really can gauge tiredness while you have your pants down.

Health and safety experts are always warning us of the dangers of tiredness, particularly when it comes to driving long distances on the nation’s highways. And while car navigation systems have built-in announcements reminding drivers to take a break every two hours or so, it’s not always easy to judge how tired your body really is…until it’s too late.

Our reporter Masanuki Sunakoma is known for being a cautious driver who likes to take regular breaks at highway

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