Innovative sleeping bag for treating “squashed ice” syndrome associated with space travel

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Space sacks allow fluids to move towards the feet without staying on the head.

Scientists have developed a high-tech sleeping bag to prevent vision problems experienced by some astronauts living in space.

At zero gravity, fluids float to the head, crushing the eyelids over time.

This is one of the most dangerous problems for astronauts, and some experts are worried that it could compromise missions to Mars.

In sacks a Head-to-toe fluid absorption technology.

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