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Lymph nodes work when we get up and move, pumping toxins and
waste out of our body. What about those who sit for most of the day?
Those who are required to be at a desk, working only their brains and
not exerting the physical movement needed to remove a sufficient
amount of toxins from their
body, could benefit from much needed
My idea is a device that creates a pumping action directly to the lymph
nodes. Toxins would be removed and many of our workforce could go
on with their sedentary lives. Our muscles might shrink, our legs might
shrivel, but with our segways and other personal transporters, we won't
be needing them for long.
||Walk more, unless you can't due to disability.
||We have this already. Just another good reason to be Assimilated...
||//We have this already. Just another good reason to be Assimilated...//
||Do the borg have a dental plan?
If so, I might consider it
It might be a good idea for those that are disabled though, they have enough health issues as it is. I'll give this one a bun.
||LOLz you're right xxobot. I was primarily looking at our ever-
increasing american lifestyle of laziness, but those with
disabilities or are otherwise unable to move for long periods
of times would benefit from this.
||Why hook up directly to a lymph node when you
could accomplish the same thing through artificial
muscles stimulation. I'm pretty sure you could get
the same effect from a massage...which is a fantastic
reason to get those new massage chairs at work, now
that I think about it...