Do you find yourself feeling lazy very often? Taking naps during the workday? Looking forward to your bed at night? Well, now we have the perfect thing planned out for you!
NASA has just uncovered the fantasy job for all the lazy lads out there - lying in bed for a couple of months and getting paid $18,000 for your endeavors.
Not bad at all, isn't it? The space agency, working in an organization with the German Aerospace Center (DLR) is searching for sound female recruits aged somewhere in the range of 24 and 55 for its Artificial Gravity Bed Rest Study.
The study examines the impact of weightlessness on the human body. Altogether, the investigation will last for a sum of 89 days -five days of familiarisation, 60 days of bed rest and then 14 days of rest and astronaut rehab, which will eventually have you back up and prepared for your normal day-to-day life.
Members will be housed in a solitary room, where the room temperature will be kept steady all through and, for the 60-day duration of resting, everything will have to be done while lying down, i.e. eating, showering, going to the loo, the whole lot basically.
Obviously, to prevent members from gradually biting the dust of weariness, recreation exercises, for example, sitting in front of the TV and reading are permitted.
The examination's organizers state you could utilize the opportunity to participate in an online-course or become familiar with another expertise, however, we're certain on the off chance that you invest your energy snoozing, re-watching The Wire and looking through social media, they won't give it a second thought.
Those participating in the investigation will likewise go through 30 minutes every day in a 'human centrifuge', which 'generates artificial gravity and distributes body fluids back into the body', as per the investigation's page.
It sounds truly upsetting, however, NASA guarantees that 'it's not like a merry go round' and actually goes 'round gradually'.
Normally, there are a top group of logical, physio-remedial and restorative experts close by should you need them. And in case you're stressed that all the time spent in bed may make you heap on the pounds, then don't be!
Simply on the grounds that all dinners are painstakingly arranged out by nutritionists who will work out the number of calories you have to keep yourself solid and supported.
On the off chance that the above sounds somewhat discouraging, the examination's page proceeds to state "The meals are not 'extra healthy' - there are sometimes pancakes or sweets - but it is for example cooked without additives or artificial sweeteners," Therefore, you need not worry about your dietary cravings.
So, to run through all the details once more - two months in bed, not addressing individuals other than scientists, flapjacks and $ 18,000 - SIGN US UP IMMEDIATELY! The investigation commences in September, with various follow up examinations, at the German Aerospace Center in Cologne. If you're interested, apply here.