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Out of this World Technology

Written by Heidi Nestor, Writer and Editor, Life Alert

On February 9th, 2016, there will be 24 hour period acknowledging and appreciating the culture and advancements made by aliens – extraterrestrials that is – and celebrating our relationship with them.  This Extraterrestrial Appreciation Day will take place in none other than…Roswell, New Mexico.

As any good conspiracy theorist will tell you, ETs are far more superior than us Earthlings, but one must wonder how advanced are they if their spaceship crashed in a Roswell ranch?  Moreover, how intelligent could these aliens be leaving home without having Life Alert’s Mobile HELP & GPS emergency alert system?

Out of this World Technology with Life Alert.

Having a close encounter with an emergency while away from home can have you fearing that you’ll end up like cattle mutilation.  But with Life Alert’s Mobile HELP & GPS emergency alert system, all you need to do is push one little button to speak with a Life Alert emergency dispatcher who will assess your emergency and send help fast.  If an alien probe has your tongue and you can’t speak, then the dispatcher will locate you through the GPS and still send help, 24/7, even if you’re in the middle of a crop circle.

You don’t have to be a SETI scientist to have cutting edge technology at your fingertips.  Life Alert offers a range of protection services for the home as well. Their basic medical alert system is a lightweight, waterproof emergency button that can be worn on the wrist or as a pendant. If you have any kind of a medical emergency, simply press the button and Life Alert will send help faster than Men in Black cleaning up the debris of a crashed weather balloon.

In addition, there’s no need to worry about your own mothership either as Life Alert has monitored protection for the home too.  Upon detecting fire or smoke, Life Alert’s monitored Fire Protection system not only sounds an but also sends a signal to Life Alert’s emergency dispatch center who will then alert you and the fire department. 

Another technical advancement in personal protection is Life Alert’s Monitored Carbon Monoxide Protection.  If you suddenly feel too tired to keep your eyes open, it may be the invasion of the body snatchers, CO Gas style.  Carbon Monoxide is an odorless and colorless gas that can build up to dangerous levels in the home through stoves, water heaters, furnaces, clothes dryers and fireplaces.  However, Life Alert’s Monitored Carbon Monoxide Protection alerts you to leave the premises, while signaling Life Alert’s emergency dispatch center to send help. This kind of fast warning can prevent you from becoming one of the pod people.

It doesn’t take two FBI X-file agents to discover that Life Alert is the leader in personal protection.  With their easy to use, space age technology, Life Alert saves a life from a catastrophe every 10 minutes.  As any intergalactic alien knows – for any common or unusual emergency one push of Life Alert’s emergency button can beam you help fast, 24/7, possibly even before the secret government retrieves and transports any evidence to Area 51.

To learn more about the many out of this world protection packages Life Alert offers, please call 1-800-380-0768 for a FREE brochure.




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