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Title:
A COMFORTER SYSTEM HAVING AN APPLICATION IN CONJUNCTION WITH A SUPPORTER
Document Type and Number:
WIPO Patent Application WO/2019/198106
Kind Code:
A1
Abstract:
The present invention discloses a comforter system adapted for use in conjunction with any supporter providing a resting platform which includes one or more compartments (1 to 23, 28 to 30, 35, 80, 81, 90, 95, 113), one or more pipes (37), a medium and an electronic device or manual pump or both. The compartments (1 to 23, 28 to 30, 35, 80, 81, 90, 95, 113) are connected to the electronic device or manual pump or both through the pipes (37) to control the pressure of the medium filled inside the compartments (1 to 23, 28 to 30, 35, 80, 81, 90, 95, 113) all these can be used individually / separately / detached/ used as an attachment. Additionally feature of vibrating senses and cold or heat senses may incorporated with the compartments to provide the comfortable and relaxing environment with any supporter or in any location.

Inventors:
JETHA JESAL VIMAL (IN)
Application Number:
IN2019/050300
Publication Date:
October 17, 2019
Filing Date:
April 11, 2019
Export Citation:
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Assignee:
JETHA JESAL VIMAL (IN)
International Classes:
A61G7/00; A47C27/00
Foreign References:
US20130219628A12013-08-29
CN2552522Y2003-05-28
Attorney, Agent or Firm:
ASHOKA LAW ASSOCIATES (IN)
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Claims:
CLAIMS

I/We claim:

1. A comforter system in conjunction with a supporter comprising:

a plurality of compartments (1 to 23, 28 to 30, 35, 80, 81, 90, 95, 113); a plurality of pipes (37);

a medium filled inside the plurality of compartments( 1 to 23, 28 to 30, 35, 80, 81, 90, 95, 113) ; and

a control unit to control a pressure of the medium of the plurality of compartments (1 to 23, 28 to 30, 35, 80, 81, 90, 95, 113),

wherein each of the plurality of compartments (1 to 23, 28 to 30, 35, 80, 81, 90, 95, 113) is positioned on the supporter and connected to the control unit through a corresponding pipe of the plurality of pipes.

2. The comforter system as claimed in claim 1, further comprising a vibrating source configured with the plurality of compartments (1 to 23, 28 to 30, 35, 80, 81, 90, 95, 113) and connected to the electronic device which transfers vibrations generated by the vibrating source to a user.

3. The comforter system as claimed in claim 1, further comprising a temperature source configured with the plurality of compartments (1 to 23, 28 to 30, 35, 80, 81, 90, 95, 113) and connected to the electronic device which controls the temperature generated by the temperature source.

4. The comforter system as claimed in claim 1, wherein the plurality of compartments is adjustable in pressure and in terms of position.

5. The comforter system as claimed in claim 1, wherein the plurality of compartments are in the form of multiple stacks which are arranged in contact with each other.

6. The comforter system as claimed in claim 1 , wherein the plurality of compartments are in the form of multiple stacks which are arranged apart from each other

7. The comforter system as claimed in claim 1, wherein the control unit is selected from an electronic device, manual pump and manual valves.

8. The comforter system as claimed in claim 1, wherein the plurality of compartments includes a device which is associated with the vibrator and temperature control unit.

9. The comforter system as claimed in claim 8, wherein the device is selected from a glove, jacket and cover for the user’s body part.

10. The comforter system as claimed in claim 1, wherein the plurality of compartments (1 to 23, 28 to 30, 35, 80, 81, 90, 95, 113) includes a layer of fluffy materials which is selected from foam, sponge, cotton, synthetic materials and mixtures of synthetic and natural deemed fit for the use which is fabricated inside the plurality of compartments (1 to 23, 28 to 30, 35, 80, 81, 90, 95, 113) to absorb the excessive pressure.

11. The comforter system as claimed in claim 1 , wherein the plurality of compartments ( 1 to 23, 28 to 30, 35, 80, 81, 90, 95, 113) having a layer(s) of fluffy materials selected from foam, sponge, cotton, synthetic materials or mixtures of synthetic and natural deemed fit for the use which is fabricated (36) underneath the surface of the plurality of compartments to maximize the comfort.

12. The comforter system device as claimed in claim 1, wherein the plurality of pipes (37) adjusts the internal pressure of the medium inside the plurality of compartments (1 to 23, 28 to 30, 35, 80, 81, 90, 95, 113) through the control unit.

13. The comforter system as claimed in claim 1, wherein the plurality of compartments (1 to 23, 28 to 30, 35, 80, 81, 90, 95, 113) is interconnected with each other via the plurality of pipes (37).

14. The comforter system as claimed in claim 1, wherein the medium is selected from gas(s), fluid(s), liquid(s) and gel(s) or combination of two or more of them.

Description:
A COMFORTER SYSTEM HAVING AN APPLICATION IN CONJUNCTION WITH A

SUPPORTER

TECHNICAL FIELD OF THE INVENTION

The present invention relates to a comforter system having an application with a supporter for therapeutic use, healing, to provide support and/or comfort to a user and more particularly, pertains to such a system which is primarily for institutional use, such as in hospitals, nursing homes and also adapted for domestic use, such as in chairs, beds, recliners sofas or seats of vehicles (all sorts of vehicles or any sort of device where the user needs to be transported or made to rest for/ with adequate support ), aircraft or ships or in other places deemed fit.

BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION

A backache is an extremely common complaint, characterized by local or generalized pain anywhere in the spinal region, from the neck to the buttocks. It may be caused by various disorders, most common are those associated with muscles, ligaments, bones, or nerves and inflammation of a nerve. The spinal column has multiple flexible discs between vertebrae which function like shock absorbers to cushion the bones from each other during ordinary bodily activities. Each disc has a hard outer layer and soft jelly-like core. With strain or injury, pressure may extrude some of this soft substance through weak points and cause pressure against a corresponding nerve to cause pain and pain may be indicative of extrusion. Not only for back ache but this invention may be used for pregnant women, animals, living creatures, for sleeping or resting or support or transporting the user with better body part support.

Additionally, skin ulcer or "bed sores" are a common problem when a person is lying on a bed for a long time like patients in hospital’s bed, as the patient's body is supported on point of projection such as hip bones, spine, shoulder blades, etc. These symptoms often cause due to the uncomfortable environment given by back support i.e. bed, stretcher, seat, chair, flat platform, etc. Moreover, conventional hospitals bed provides uncomfortable environment having deformed spaces made due to the force of the body. Moreover whenever a person is using many available mattresses/ beds/ chairs, their different body parts do not receive adequate support. This is because the whole thing is made of materials which target the whole body not its parts. Some of them have layers of different material or different areas made of different materials. These are mass produces and cannot be adjusted to the users needs and preferences periodically. Here different parts of the body are given individual attention and support which can be customized to an extent by the user to his body type, weight, posture and build. The same piece/unit of the invention may be adjusted to an extent to a different person of different body weight and posture. This can be achieved by pressurizing different compartments with different internal pressure and height to maintain the natural body posture or comfort and better support. It is to be noted that if this invention is not properly used or used for prolonged period of time, it may/will cause harm to the user.

Typically, prior art configurations comprise either very expensive, complex movable bed frame constructions, adjustable back rests. However, no mattress exists which is able to provide the comfort of a bed system, while also providing a system which is capable of being used in any desired location. The prior arts which provide some comfort are not capable of providing different pressure and height to maintain the body posture/ comfort or for better support and are not been able to satisfy the user’s needs and wants.

Prior art US 5740574 provides a hybrid mattress having portions with different support characteristics such as springs and a unitary comfort casing. The comfort casing is formed with two or more internal pouches each adapted to snugly receive one of the individual support structures and to hold the support structures in a planar, contiguous manner. In this prior art, the spring constant is almost similar thus providing similar support throughout the contact area and also, the compression force is mostly constant.

It is to be noted that all prior arts fail to identify the preferable mattress or a system which provides the comfort to the user with therapeutic use, healing (posture correction) and support to the user which provides support to different parts of the body individually and if need be independently. OBJECTIVES OF THE INVENTION

A prime objective of the present invention is to provide a system for use in conjunction with a supporter like a bed, a chair, a seat or alike or standalone which provides more comfortable environment for the user to rest or during treatment in hospitals, transport, at home or in other place deem fit.

Another objective of the present invention is to provide a system for use in conjunction or standalone with a supporter for the different types of user having different weight, shape and needs and provides support to different parts of user’s body.

Another objective of the present invention is to provide a plurality of different compartment(s) on a support for different parts of user’s body with a medium filled inside the compartments through different pipes or tubes connected to each compartment which are controlled by the electronic device or a manual pump or both as a control unit to adjust (increase or decrease) the pressure of the compartments.

Another objective of the present invention is to provide a single compartment on a support with a medium filled inside the compartment through a pipe or tube connected to the compartment which is controlled by the electronic device or a manual pump or both as a control unit to adjust (increase or decrease) the pressure of the compartment. Also, it can be customize according to the person’s need by filling air in the compartment.

Yet another objective of the present invention is to provide a system for use in conjunction with a supporter or standalone which additionally provides the source of vibration with one or more compartments of which the vibrating senses are controlled by the electronic device and transfer the vibrations to the user when required for massaging and relaxing the body parts of the user.

Yet another objective of the present invention is to provide a system for use in conjunction with a supporter or standalone which additionally provides the source of temperature control device with one or more compartments in which the hot and cold senses are controlled by the electronic device according to the user’s need.

SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION

The following summary is provided to facilitate an understanding of some of the innovative features unique to the disclosed embodiment and is not intended to be a full description. A full appreciation of the various aspects of the embodiments disclosed herein can be gained by taking the entire specification, claims, drawings, and abstract as a whole.

The foregoing objects have been achieved in accord with the user’s comfort and convenience adapted for or use in conjunction with any support like a bed, mattress, a chair, floor or a seat of a vehicle, aircraft or ship or standalone by incorporating it within the bed/ mattress or chair or any other item used to provide support or carry an individual.

One embodiment aspect of the present invention provides a comforter system having a supporter, one or more compartments, one or more pipes or tubes, a medium and an electronic device or a manual pump. The plurality of compartments adapted for use in conjugation with the supporter or standalone which is further connected to the electronic device or manual pump or both through the pipes or tubes to control the pressure of the medium filled in the compartments.

Another embodiment aspect of the present invention provides a comforter system which additionally includes a layer(s) of underneath or/and on top the one or more compartments and a layer inside the one or more compartments to absorb the excessive pressure generated via the medium of the compartments. This layer may be made of any compressible material, for example foam, sponge, cotton or any other material deemed fit for the use.

Another embodiment aspect of the present invention provides a comforter system which additionally includes the source of vibration with one or more compartments in which the vibrating senses are controlled by the electronic device during use. Another embodiment aspect of the present invention provides a comforter system which additionally includes the source of temperature control device with one or more compartments in which the hot and cold senses are controlled by the electronic device.

Other aspects of the present invention will become apparent in those ordinarily skilled in the art upon review of the following description of specific embodiments of the invention in conjunction with the accompanying drawings.

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS

The present invention can be more easily understood and further advantages and uses therefore can be more readily apparent, when considered in view of the detailed description and the following figures;

Examples of embodiments of the present invention will now be described with reference to the drawings in figure 1 to figure 15.

Figure 1 depicts a present invention embodiment having a system in conjunction with a bed of hospitals, nursing homes or alike and represent a plurality of compartments positioned according to a user’s body parts.

Figure 2(a) depicts a top view of the invention embodiment with reference to figure 1 when a human as an example lying on the bed.

Figure 2(b) depicts another embodiment invention with an additional source of vibration configured with the compartments as referred in figure 1 to transfer the vibrating senses to the user Figure 2(c) depicts another embodiment invention with an additional source of temperature configured with the compartments as referred in figure 1 to generate heat and cold senses.

Figure 3(a) depicts a side view of the invention as disclosed in figure 1.

Figure 3(b) shows an adjustment in position of feet of the user using the invention disclosed in figure 3(a).

Figure 4(a) depicts an electronic device which is configured with a system of the present invention to control the pressure of a medium filled inside the compartments in accordance with one embodiment invention and additionally, to control the vibrating senses or heat and cold senses in accordance with other embodiments of the invention.

Figure 4 (b) depicts an additional manual pump of the system of the present invention to control the pressure of the medium filled in the compartments in addition to the electronic device when not in use.

Figures 5 (a) to 5 (b) depict the different positions of the human’s head and spinal cord in prior arts having a pillow or bag or towel roll(s) underneath the human’s head creating the elevated position of the head.

Figures 5 (c) to 5 (d) depict the different positions of the human’s head and spinal cord in prior arts having a pillow or bag or towel roll(s) underneath the human’s head creating the recessed position of the head.

Figures 5(e) to 5(f) depict the different positions of the human’s head and spinal cord using the system disclosed in the present invention providing the comfortable and straight position. Figures 5(g) to 5(h) depict the different positions of the human’s head and spinal cord using the system disclosed in the present invention creating the elevated position of the head.

Figures 5(i) to 5(j) depict the different positions of the human’s head and spinal cord using the system disclosed in the present invention creating the recessed position of the head.

Figure 6(a) depicts a posture of the human lying on his side when using a system of the present invention set with the internal pressures of each compartment to provide a straight posture.

Figure 6(b) depicts a posture of the human lying on his side using a prior art having a bag or pillow or towel roll(s).

Figure 7(a) depicts a cross-sectional view (when viewed from the top) of the human head resting on the compartments in accordance with the system of the present invention.

Figure 7(b) depicts a cross-sectional view (when viewed from the top) of the human neck resting on the compartments in accordance with the system of the present invention.

Figure 7(c) depicts a cross-sectional view (when viewed from the top) of the human upper torso resting on the compartments in accordance with the system of the present invention.

Figure 7(d) depicts a cross-sectional view (when viewed from the top) of the human mid torso resting on the compartments in accordance with the system of the present invention.

Figure 7(e) depicts a cross-sectional view (when viewed from the top) of the human lower torso resting on the compartments in accordance with the system of the present invention. Figure 7(f) depicts a cross-sectional view (when viewed from the top) of the human knees resting on the compartments in accordance with the system of the present invention.

Figure 7(g) depicts a cross-sectional view (when viewed from the top) of the human feet resting on the compartments in accordance with the system of the present invention.

Figure 7(h) depicts a cross-sectional view (when viewed from the top) of the human left arm and right arm resting on the compartments in accordance with the system of the present invention.

Figure 7(i) depicts an exemplary embodiment with the use of two pillows, positioned with one pillow on top of another pillow for better comfort.

Figure 7(j) depicts an exemplary embodiment with the use of three pillows if both the sides of the pillow are in contact with the human/user such as when kept in between two legs of the human.

Figure 7(K) depicts an exemplary embodiment with the use of multiple compartments in these case two compartments, positioned with one compartment on top of the other compartment. The upper compartment is smaller than the compartment underneath (is it necessary to write this).

Figure 7(L) depicts an exemplary embodiment with the use of multiple compartments, in this case two compartments, positioned with one compartment on top of the other compartment. The upper compartment is bigger than the compartment underneath (is it necessary to write this).

Figure 7(M) depicts an exemplary embodiment with the use of multiple compartments in this case three compartments. Figure 7(N) depicts an exemplary embodiment with the use of multiple compartments in this case three compartments.

Figure 8(a) depicts a side view of the human lying on the back on a soft mattress of the prior art which is deformed through the human body’s pressure.

Figure 8(b) depicts a side view of the human lying on the side on a soft mattress of the prior art which is deformed through the human body’s pressure.

Figure 8(c) depicts a side view of the human lying on the stomach on a soft mattress of the prior art which is deformed through the human body’s pressure.

Figure 8(d) depicts a side view of the human lying on the back on a hard mattress of the prior art having a curve space in between the human’s back and mattress.

Figure 8(e) depicts a side view of the human lying on the side on a hard mattress of the prior art having a curve space in between the human’s back and mattress.

Figure 8(f) depicts a side view of the human lying on the stomach on a hard mattress of the prior art having a curve space in between the human’s back and mattress.

Figure 8(g) depicts a side view of the human lying on the back on a mattress with the system of the present invention.

Figure 8(h) depicts a side view of the human side on the side on a mattress with the system of the present invention.

Figure 8(i) depicts a side view of the human lying on the stomach on a mattress with the system of the present invention. Figure 9(a) depicts an exemplary position of the embodiment of the present invention for a short lean person/human.

Figure 9(b) depicts an exemplary position of the embodiment of the present invention for a tall broad person/human.

Figure 10(a) depicts another embodiment of the present invention with a system in conjunction with another supporter like a chair or a seat and represent a plurality of compartments positioned in the chair or the seat according to the user’s body parts.

Figure 10(b) depicts a top view of the invention embodiment with reference of figure

10(a).

Figure 11 depicts a plurality of selection buttons for each compartment of the system, source of vibration i.e. vibrating device, and source of temperature i.e. temperature, a part of the control device of the invention as in figure 4(a).

Figure 12 depicts a device like the gloves for the hand of a human which are used as an attachment, with or without temperature control, vibration pads.

Figure 13 depicts another example of the device as the one depicted in figure (12) like a general shaped attachment.

Figure 14 depicts the mechanism to control the temperature of the fluid(s)/liquid(s).

Figure 15 depicts another general shaped attachment as the one depicted in figure(l2,l3). DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE INVENTION

In the following detailed description, reference is made to the accompanying drawings that form a part hereof, and in which is shown by way of illustration specific illustrative embodiments in which the product may be practiced. These embodiments are described in sufficient detail to enable those skilled in the art to practice the invention, and it is to be understood that other embodiments may be utilized and that logical, mechanical and electrical changes may be made without departing from the spirit and scope of the present invention. The following detailed description is, therefore, not to be taken in a limiting sense.

It is to be noted that the term“comforter” used herein has the same meaning to use with other terms like bag or airbag or pillow or bellow or balloon.

The present invention relates to a comforter system having an application with a supporter for the user’s comfort and convenience providing a resting platform which is primarily for institutional use, such as in hospitals, nursing homes and also adapted for domestic use. It can be used in a number of ways having an infinite number of permutations and combinations which includes, for example, a bed, a chair seat, a sofa, floor, mattress, stretcher, seat of a vehicle or aircraft or ship or any other structure or device that is used for the example of sitting, reclining, lying down, or supporting the user or transporting the user, used by any individual/ animal, living or dead.

As used in this application, the term electronic device or the like are generally intended to refer to a computer-related entity, either hardware, a combination of hardware and software, software, or software in execution. For example, a component may be but is not limited to being, a process running on a processor(s) or microcontroller(s), a processor, an object, an executable, a thread of execution, a program, and/or a computer. By way of illustration, both an application running on the electronic device and the electronic device can be a component.

One embodiment of the present invention provides a comforter system (43) having a supporter, one or more compartments (1 to 23, 28 to 30), one or more pipes or tubes (37), a medium and a control unit. In the configuration, these compartments are placed on the supporter according to the specific needs, body type or posture of the user in such a way that major parts of user’s body come in contact of compartments configured. This system of different flexible compartments can be adjusted to a particular position and can be customized to size and shape to give maximum beneficial results.

In a preferred embodiment system of the present invention, the plurality of compartments (1 to 23, 28 to 30) is arranged on the supporter which includes a pressure inside in the form of the medium such as gas/s, fluid/s, liquid/s or gel/s or a combination of them. Further, these compartments (1 to 23, 28 to 30) are connected with the plurality of pipes (37) to configure with the control unit such as electronic device, manual pump, separate manual pump and manual/electric valves to adjust the internal pressure of the compartments according to the need, or both manual pump and electronic device .

The individual compartments/airbags can be pressurized with different pressure ranges to provide support for example to the human body for different age and genders. It is also useful for other organisms. This system takes into account that everyone has their own body shape, size, built, weight and proportions, and is adjustable to majority form of sizes and variations to provide optimal body support both specific as well as non-specific.

In another embodiment the compartments are used with additional layers of various materials to improve comfort, support and utility of the system such as, for example, flexible, textured, quilted cover layer, natural or synthetic layer such as, cotton, polyester, foam, including memory foam, a thermoplastic flexible mesh or grid, and any combination of such materials covering the all compartments separately or all together. Further, the compartments are made in such a manner that its wraps around the user’s whole body and permits a protective shield to a great extent.

In another embodiment, the additional layer(s) of any compressible material, for example foam, sponge, cotton or any other material deemed fit for the use (37) may be used underneath/ the one or more compartments to provide more comfort and another layer of any compressible material, for example foam, sponge, cotton or any other material deemed fit for the use may be used on top/ covering layer of the one or more compartments( 1 to 23, 28 to 30) to absorb to an extent the excessive pressure generated via the medium of the compartments and provide better comfort to the user.

Another embodiment of the present invention includes a comforter system with the source of vibration like vibrating device (25) with one or more compartments to transfer the vibrating senses to the user in which the vibrating device(s) are controlled by the electronic device during use. In the system, the vibrating device is placed on the top layer of one or more compartments positioned in different places which provide a feeling of relaxation to definite parts of the users. These vibrators may help in the treatment of medically ill people, for example to a person who is partly or fully paralyzed, or who need it as a muscle relaxant or need support to their backs or any part of the body due to sprain or fracture/ or any other ailment where this invention may be found useful in treatment or recovery or any other purpose. These vibration level controlled vibrators provide a stimulus that may help in fastening the recovery process during treatment.

Another embodiment aspect of the present invention includes a comforter system with the source of temperature like temperature control device (26) with one or more compartments to transfer the hot and cold senses to the user for healing purpose in which the temperature is controlled by the electronic device. Further, the temperature control device is placed on the top layer of one or more compartments to be close to/ contact with the user’ s body.

In an operation, the pressure of gas/s, fluid/s, liquid/s or gel/s is inflated in different pressure ranges which are controlled with the electronic device or manual pump or both. This system controls the pressure, heat senses and vibration senses ranges up to the certain level to provide the features of the present invention in corporation with the safety of the users.

Another embodiment of the present invention includes a comforter system with a device like gloves for the feet and the hand and for any other part of the body deemed necessary. These gloves include vibrators and heating and cooling devices (temperature control unit) that can be controlled by the operator to initiate a stimulus for the user. This may help in relaxing the muscles of the patient or for any other medical or therapeutic use or for any other reason that may deem fit to be implemented on the user for their wellbeing.

In an operation, this functions in a way of reverse mapping and providing relaxation. The operator/professional/doctor sets the device for the user, installs it on the affected area and then positions a stimulus generating device i.e. vibrator, heating and cooling pad on the spot that requires treatment. Then the operator/ doctor/ professional informs the user where the stimulus is being given so that the user may try to sense it. Thus controlling the stimulus and providing the best treatment/ therapy/ relaxation to the user.

Preferably, the device with stimulus generators is of various kinds or can be customized according to the user’s requirement and these various kinds are selected from gloves for hands and fingers; feet socks for feet sole and toes straps and pads for other parts of the body customized to fit easily. Further, the stimulus generators are selected from Vibrators, heating pads and cooling pads.

The function of the stimulus generators are listed below:

Vibrators:

1. Controlled by the operator/user: For particular body part treatment the operator/ or the user; may select the vibrator from the electronic device in the Figure 4(a). Using the dimmer switch (111) the intensity of the vibrators may be defined. This way the operator/user would exactly know which part of the body is being given the stimulus and this may help in faster recovery.

2. Pre- programmed pulse: From an array of different pulse rhythms the operator/ user may select a particular pulse from the pre fed and programmed electronic device in Figure 4(a). The intensity of the same may be adjusted with the dimmer switch (111). 3. Duration and Repeat timer: This setting may be selected from the device in Fig 4(a) where the user/operator may define the duration of the vibration and may also set in how much time the vibration cycle may start again.

5. Record pulse and repeat pulse: The operator/ the user may have the ability to record and store the rhythm of the pulse using the electrical device in Figure 4(a).

Heating and cooling pads:

Temperature Controlling: A double-layered compartment with a cavity for the users body part. The double layer is there to house fluid(s)/ liquid(s)/ gas(s) whose temperature may be controlled by the electronic device as seen in Figure 4(a). The double layered may be in the shape of a glove (Figure 12) suitable for the users fingers/hands or any other shape and size suitable for the users other body parts. When the temperature of the fluid(s)/liquid(s) changes (increases or decreases) the users body part in contact with the compartment is stimulated by the change in temperature.

The claimed subject matter is now described with reference to the drawings. In the following description, for purposes of explanation, numerous specific details are set forth in order to provide a thorough understanding of the claimed subject matter.

Figure 1- The aforesaid preferred embodiment is described with reference of a figure 1, in which the supporter is a bed (38) having a plurality of compartments (1 to 23, 28 to 30) which are made of a flexible and/or stretchable material. This plurality of compartments (1 to 23, 28 to 30) is positioned on the bed (38) in such a way that is best suitable for a human while using. Further, a plurality of hollow pipes (37) is connected to each of the compartments (1 to 23, 28 to 30) and these are filled with the medium like gas/s, fluid/s, liquid/s or gel/s, preferably air to create the pressure within each of their respected compartments that the pipes are connected to. These internal pressures could also be adjusted my controlling the flow of internal medium i.e. gas(s), fluid(s), liquid(s),gel(s) etc or a combination of them through these hollow pipes (37) of their respective compartment (1 to 23, 28 to 30) to which each of the hollow pipes (37) are connected. Further, the compartments (1 to 23, 28 to 30) are separate from each other and one or more compartments (1 to 23, 28 to 30) can be removed or added in the system, depending upon the nature of use. In addition, layer(s) of any compressible material, for example foam, sponge, cotton or any other material deemed fit for the use (36) or like suitable material is provided underneath and or above the plurality of compartments (1 to 23, 28 to 30) to provide better comfort to the user. This layered of any compressible material, for example foam, sponge, cotton or any other material deemed fit for the use (36) is to absorb excessive pressure of the compartments (1 to 23, 28 to 30) to an extent. Also, the compartments (1 to 23, 28 to 30) may also be covered with a fabric/cloth or any kind of a flexible material to hide and/or to absorb excessive pressure to an extent the compartments (1 to 23, 28 to 30) arrangements.

The compartments (1 to 23, 28-30, 90) may be inflated or deflated using an electric pump or a manual pump. Additional compartments may be added wherever required for example two compartments for the buttocks between the area of compartments (28 & 7).

The number of compartments and the position of every compartment are not fixed. They may vary in accordance to the needs required by the user. There may be two compartments side by side in between the compartments marked 28 and 7. These two compartments too share similar characteristics and pipe attachments as the other compartments (1-23, 28-30). These two compartments are to provide support and comfort to the buttocks of the user in this case. These can be filled and controlled in the same manner as the other compartments (1-23, 28- 30).

These compartments (1-23, 28-30) may be of any size and shape best suited for the use. These compartments (1-23, 28-30) may be moved in different position with the help of zip. Using zips as guiding channels and zippers are attached to every compartment individually so that they me be dragged along the zip channel to position the compartments in place. Another way is to use of velcro to place the compartments in their location or tie them or just place them freely or any other method deemed fit. Figure 2(a) depicts the top view of the invention with reference of figure 1 embodiment in which the human is lying on the mattress with the invention (43) having the plurality of compartments (1 to 23, 28 to 30). Here the human is made as an outline so as to understand the arrangement of the compartments (1 to 23, 28 to 30) which are placed underneath. It is further shown that the compartments (1 to 23, 28 to 30) are arranged underneath the human at corresponding different parts of the body as shown in figure 1.

Figure 2(b) in reference of figure 1 and 2(a), depicts another embodiment of the present invention which includes an additional vibrating device (25) that is placed on top of any one of the compartments (1 to 23, 28 to 30) or each of the compartments (1 to 23, 28 to 30) to give a vibrating stimulus to the human lying on the supporter is the bed (38) having a mattress (43).

Figure 2(c) further in reference of figure 2(a) and figure 2(b), depicts another embodiment of the present invention which includes the additional heating device (26) that is placed on top of any one of the compartments (1 to 23, 28 to 30) or each of the compartments (1 to 23, 28 to 30) to give a heat stimulus to the human lying on the supporter is the bed (38) having a mattress (43).

Figure 3(a) depicts the exemplary embodiment with reference of figure 1 with a side view in which the supporter is the bed (38) having a mattress (43). This discloses the position of the natural spine curve (44) of the human (33) using the invention. It also illustrates the posture of the human (33) on the bed from a side perspective. The posture of the human (33) is straight (34) on the bed (38) and the spine is in the natural spine curve (44). The internal pressures of each of the compartments (1, 2, 4 to 7, 28 and 29) are adjusted to provide the human (33) with the required comfort posture. The internal pressures of each of the compartments (1, 2, 4 to 7, 28 and 29) can be different for each of the compartments (1, 2, 4 to 7, 28 and 29) to provide different height/comfort/support for its corresponding human body part. This case is an example where the user is recommended to maintain a straight posture or the natural spine curve. .

Figure 3(b) with reference of figure 3(a) depicts an additional feature of the invention to adjust the height of the feet of the user in case the corresponding compartment (29) is deflated. Further, the compartments (9 and 11) corresponding to the human/user’s (33) arms are also disclosed in figure 3(b). This case is an example where the user is recommended to maintain a straight posture or the natural spine curve. .

Figure 4(a) discloses an electronic device that is used to control the functioning of the compartment (90) which is the same as the components (1 to 23, 28 to 30 ) marked in figure 1, figure 10(a) and figure 10(b). In the configuration, each of the compartments (90) is separately connected to the individual hollow pipe (37) at one end and the other end of each hollow pipe (37) is connected to an electronic valve (82), which is a solenoid valve. The other end of each of the electronic valve (82) is connected to internal pipes for plumbing (89). The internal network of piping or tubing is further connected to valves (85, 86, 83, and 84) which then is connected to a pumping device.

These electronic components may be programmed through a circuit board or software. In addition, the user interaction screen (70) shows all the requisite functions of the invention such that a user of the user interaction screen (70) may provide inputs to select the requisite functions.

With the help of the internal programming and the device interaction buttons (94, 71, and 72), all the requisite functions of the invention can be controlled. The functions are, not limited to controlling the pressure in the compartments (90), controlling the temperature of each individual module separately or together, and controlling the vibration amount, time and pulse pattern of each vibrating device separately or together. The internal pressure within the compartments (90) can be altered using an inbuilt program in such a way that the user gets a feeling of up and down motion in each of the compartments (90). This may help in regulating blood flow and relaxes muscles. The button (73) is a manual button or electric to release all pressure in the air pillows altogether. The button (75) would save the pressures in each of the compartments (90) into the device memory so that when the button (74) is pressed, the individual pressures in each of the compartments (90) are generated and the internal pressure in each of the compartments (90) is not needed to be set again by the user and thus saving time and effort

Figure 4(b) depicts a manual pump which includes a rubber bulb hand pump (39) with a valve (40) and a nozzle (41). This nozzle is attached to the pipe (37) and the number of the rubber bulbs may be equal to the number of compartments as the internal pressure in the compartment is individually adjusted to reach the required height, comfort and support. This may be used in unity of electrical device as a backup in case there is a power/electrical failure or as a standalone, if someone doesn’t want the electrical device. The other side of the pipe is connected to the compartments 1-23, 28-30. Thus once manually pumping the bulb (39) and adjusting the valve (40) the internal pressure of the compartments may be adjusted best suited for the need/ requirement of the user.

The number of the manual pumps could equal to the number of compartments as every compartment would be attached to its individual manual pump. There could be only one or a couple of manual pumps that could be attached and reattach to the different compartments as required.

Figure 5(a) depicts a prior art having a pillow/towel roll (31) that is high in height for an individual. In this case the human (33) is lying on their side and is lying on a regular available mattress (42). The spine posture/ shape is also shown (34). In this situation the human is using a traditional pillow that is too hard or/and too high in height. Therefore the head is tilting upwards and the spine is curved upwards. The preferred position is denoted by the dotted line (32).In this case we require the human to have a natural spinal curve/ straight posture, thus this pillow (31) is not recommended, as the height cannot be reduced and the height of the pillow is too high and the spine posture is bending upwards. Moreover, the neck area is not supported at all as the neck is not getting any support from the pillow, and there is a gap between the neck and the pillow.

Figure 5(b) depicts a prior art having a pillow/towel (31) roll that is high in height for an individual. In this case the human (33) is lying on their back and is lying on a regular available mattress (42). The spine posture/ shape is also shown (34). In this situation the human is using a traditional pillow that is too hard or/and too high in height. Therefore, the head is tilting upwards and the spine is curved upwards. The preferred position is denoted by the dotted line (32). In this case we require the human to have a natural spinal curve/ straight posture, thus this pillow (31) is not recommended, as the height cannot be reduced and the height of the pillow is too high and the spine posture is bending upwards.

Figure 5(c) depicts a prior art having a pillow/towel (31) roll that is low in height for an individual. In this case the human (33) is lying on their back and is lying on a regular available mattress (42). The spine posture/ shape is also shown (34). In this situation the human is using a traditional pillow that is too soft or/and too low in height. Therefore the head is tilting downwards and the spine is curved downwards. The preferred position is denoted by the dotted line (32). In this case we require the human to have a natural spinal curve/ straight posture, thus this pillow (31) is not recommended, as the height cannot be increased and the height of the pillow is too low and the spine posture is bending downward.

Figure 5(d) depicts a prior art having a pillow/towel (31) roll that is low in height for an individual. In this case the human (33) is lying on their side and is lying on a regular available mattress (42). The spine posture/ shape is also shown (34). In this situation the human is using a traditional pillow that is too soft or/and too low in height. Therefore the head is tilting downwards and the spine is curved downwards. The preferred position is denoted by the dotted line (32). In this case we require the human to have a natural spinal curve/ straight posture, thus this pillow (31) is not recommended, as the height cannot be increased and the height of the pillow is too low and the spine posture is bending downward. Figure 5(e) depicts the head and neck compartment of the present invention that is just rightly inflated/ pressurized for the individual (43). In this case the human (33) is lying on their back and is lying on the mattress with the invention (43). The spine posture/ shape is also shown (34). In this situation the human is using the compartment of the invention. The internal pressure of the head (1) and neck (2) pillow/ compartment is adjusted so that maximum support and preferred height is provided to the individual using the tubes (37), whose one end is opening into each of the compartment separately, for example: the head and the neck pillow/compartment. The other end of the pipe (37) would attach to a device, which can release pressurized gas/s, fluid/s, liquid/s or gel/s or extract pressure out from the air pillows/ compartments. The preferred position is denoted by the dotted line (32). The lower most point of the head is in line with the preferred position. Thus the human’s head height is just right and the spine posture is also straight (34). In this case we require the human to have a natural spinal curve/ straight posture, thus this pillow (1,2) is recommended with these given internal pressures of the components, as the height and the internal pressure is just right for the human using it as his spine posture is straight/horizontal.

Figure 5(f) depicts the head (1) and neck (2) compartment of the present invention that is just right for the individual (43). In this case the human (33) is lying on their side and is lying on the mattress with the invention (43). The spine posture/ shape is also shown (34). In this situation the human is using the inflatable pillow. The internal pressure of the head (1) and neck (2) pillow/ compartment is adjusted so that maximum support and preferred height is provided to the individual using the tubes (37), whose one end is opening into each of the compartment separately, for example: the head and the neck pillow/compartment. The other end of the pipe (37) would attach to a device, which can release pressurized gas/s, fluid/s, liquid/s or gel/s or extract pressure out from the air pillows/ compartments. The preferred position is denoted by the dotted line (32). The lower most point of the head is in line with the preferred position. Thus the human’s head height is just right and the spine posture is also straight (34). In this case we require the human to have a natural spinal curve/ straight posture, thus this pillow (1, 2) with the given internal pressure in the components is recommended, as the height and the internal pressure is just right for the human using it as his spine posture is straight/horizontal. This case is an example where the user is recommended to maintain a straight posture or the natural spine curve. .

Figure 5(g) depicts the head (1) and neck (2) compartment of the present invention that is too high for the individual (43). In this case the human (33) is lying on their side and is lying on the mattress with the invention (43). The spine posture/ shape is also shown (34). In this situation the human is using the inflatable pillow. The internal pressure of the head (1) and neck (2) pillow/ compartment is too high using the tubes (37), whose one end is opening into each of the compartment separately, for example: the head and the neck pillow/compartment. The other end of the pipe (37) would attach to a device, which can release pressurized gas/s, fluid/s, liquid/s or gel/s or extract pressure out from the air pillows/ compartments. The preferred position is denoted by the dotted line (32). The lower most point of the head is in above the preferred position. Thus the human’s head height is too high and the spine posture is also curving upwards (34). ). In this case we require the human to have a natural spinal curve/ straight posture, thus this pillow (1, 2) would be recommended only if the internal pressure is reduced to the required height, so that the spine posture is straight/horizontal. This case is an example where the user is recommended to maintain a straight posture or the natural spine curve. .

Figure 5(h) depicts the head (1) and neck (2) compartment of the present invention that is too high for the individual (43). In this case the human (33) is lying on their back and is lying on the mattress with the invention (43). The spine posture/ shape is also shown (34). In this situation the human is using the inflatable pillow. The internal pressure of the head (1) and neck (2) pillow/ compartment is too high using the tubes (37), whose one end is opening into each of the compartment separately, for example: the head and the neck pillow/compartment. The other end of the pipe (37) would attach to a device, which can release pressurized gas/s, fluid/s, liquid/s or gel/s or extract pressure out from the air pillows/ compartments. The preferred position is denoted by the dotted line (32). The lower most point of the head is in above the preferred position. Thus the human’s head height is too high and the spine posture is also curving upwards (34). ). In this case we require the human to have a natural spinal curve/ straight posture, thus this pillow (1, 2) would be recommended only if the internal pressure is reduced to the required height, so that the spine posture is straight/horizontal. This case is an example where the user is recommended to maintain a straight posture or the natural spine curve. .

Figure 5(i) depicts the head (1) and neck (2) compartment of the present invention that is too low for the individual (43). In this case the human (33) is lying on their back and is lying on the mattress with the invention (43). The spine posture/ shape is also shown (34). In this situation the human is using the inflatable pillow. The internal pressure of the head (1) and neck (2) pillow/ compartment is too low using the tubes (37), whose one end is opening into each of the compartment separately, for example: the head and the neck pillow/compartment. The other end of the pipe (37) would attach to a device, which can release pressurized gas/s, fluid/s, liquid/s or gel/s or extract pressure out from the air pillows/ compartments. The preferred position is denoted by the dotted line (32). The lower most point of the head is in below the preferred position. Thus the human’s head height is too low and the spine posture is also curving downwards (34). ). In this case we require the human to have a natural spinal curve/ straight posture, thus this pillow (1, 2) would be recommended only if the internal pressure is increased to the required height, so that the spine posture is straight/horizontal. This case is an example where the user is recommended to maintain a straight posture or the natural spine curve. .

Figure 5(j) depicts the head (1) and neck (2) compartment of the present invention that is too low for the individual (43). In this case the human (33) is lying on their side and is lying on the mattress with the invention (43). The spine posture/ shape is also shown (34). In this situation the human is using the inflatable pillow. The internal pressure of the head (1) and neck (2) pillow/ compartment is too low using the tubes (37), whose one end is opening into each of the compartment separately, for example: the head and the neck pillow/compartment. The other end of the pipe (37) would attach to a device, which can release pressurized gas/s, fluid/s, liquid/s or gel/s or extract pressure out from the air pillows/ compartments. The preferred position is denoted by the dotted line (32). The lower most point of the head is in below the preferred position. Thus the human’s head height is too low and the spine posture is also curving downwards (34). ). In this case we require the human to have a natural spinal curve/ straight posture, thus this pillow (1, 2) would be recommended only if the internal pressure is increased to the required height, so that the spine posture is straight/horizontal. This case is an example where the user is recommended to maintain a straight posture or the natural spine curve. .

Figure 6(a) represents the invention as depicted in figure 1 when a human (33) is lying on their side. Thus, illustrates that the invention works in all positions and postures, as in this case a straight spine (34) is shown with the compartments for head (1), neck (2), mid spine (6), lower spine (7), knee (35). This helps in providing better support and helps in reaching a comfortable/ suitable/ required/ suggested/ preferred position. This case is an example where the user is recommended to maintain a straight posture or the natural spine curve. .

Figure 6(b) depicts a conventional pillow/bag/towel rolls when a human (33) is lying on thier side and the spine is tilting to one side and is not horizontal, thus the human is in non suitable/ non required/ non suggested/ unpreferred position. This case is an example where the user is recommended to maintain a straight posture or the natural spine curve. .

Figure 7(a) depicts a cross sectional view of the human head (47) resting on the head Compartment (1) of the invention (43) when the human is lying on their back. The view angle is such that the top part of the head is visible. This shows how the invention helps in comforting the head and reaching the required height to have a suitable posture.

Figure 7(b) depicts a cross sectional view of the human neck (48) resting on the neck Compartment (2) of the invention (43) when the human is lying on their back. The view angle is such that the top part of the head (47) in dotted line and neck (48) is visible. This shows how the invention helps in comforting the neck and reaching the required height to have a suitable sleeping posture.

Figure 7(c) depicts a cross sectional view of the human upper torso (49) resting on the left shoulder (3), right shoulder (4) and upper spine (5) compartment of the invention (43) when the human is lying on their back. The view angle is such that the top part of the neck (48) in dotted line and upper torso (49) is visible. This shows how the invention helps in comforting the shoulders and the upper spine and reaching the required height to have a suitable sleeping posture.

Figure 7(d) depicts a cross sectional view of the human mid torso (51) resting on the mid spine compartment (6) of the invention (43) when the human is lying on their back. The view angle is such that the top part of the upper torso (49) in dotted line and mid torso (51) is visible. This shows how the invention helps in comforting the mid spine and reaching the required height to have a suitable sleeping posture.

Figure 7(e) depicts a cross sectional view of the human lower torso (52) resting on the lower spine compartment (7) of the invention (43) when the human is lying on their back. The view angle is such that the top part of the mid torso (51) in dotted line and lower torso (52) is visible. This shows how the invention helps in comforting the lower spine and reaching the required height to have a suitable sleeping posture.

Figure 7(f) depicts a cross sectional view of the human knees (53) resting on the knee compartment (28) of the invention (43) when the human is lying on their back. The view angle is such that the top part of the lower torso (52) in dotted line and knees (53) are visible. This shows how the invention helps in comforting the knees and reaching the required height to have a suitable sleeping posture.

Figure 7(g) depicts a cross sectional view of the human feet (54) resting on the legs compartment (29) of the invention (43) when the human is lying on their back. The view angle is such that the top part of the feet is visible. This shows how the invention helps in comforting the legs and reaching the required height to have a suitable sleeping posture.

Figure 7(h) depicts a cross sectional view of the human left arm (78) and right arm (79) resting on the left arm compartment (8 and 10) and the right arm compartment (9 and 11) of the invention respectively when the human is lying on their back. The view angle is such that the top part of the left and right arm is visible. This shows how the invention helps in comforting the left and right arm and reaching the required height to have a suitable/recommended lying posture.

Figure 7(i) depict an exemplary embodiment with the use of multiple compartments in this case two compartments, positioned with one compartment on top of the other pillow for better comfort. The outer/upper compartment (80) is touching /closer to the human/user of the invention and the under compartment (81) is placed beneath the outer compartment. The internal pressure of the outer compartment is such that the compartment takes the shape of the part of the human/user. This provides better comfort and support, however the under compartment have the amount of internal pressure sufficient to provide required the height for the two compartment contraption (80, 81). This contraption is used in figure 7(h), where compartments (8 and 9) are the outer compartments (80) and compartments (10 and 11) are the under compartments (81).

Figure 7(j) depicts an exemplary embodiment with the use of multiple compartments in this case three compartments. When both the sides of the compartment (both 80) are in contact/ closer of the human/user (In case kept in between the two legs or two arms as shown in figure 6(a) compartment(35)). Further, compartment (81) provides the necessary height and the other compartments (both 80) provide the necessary shape, comfort and support and height.

Figure 7(K) depicts an exemplary embodiment with the use of multiple compartments in these case two compartments, positioned with one compartment on top of the other compartment. But in this case the outer/upper compartment (80) is smaller than the under / lower compartment (81). The compartment (81) is placed beneath the outer /upper compartment (80). The difference in size or focus surface area that is being elevated gives the user a choice weather to have a smaller compartment used or a bigger compartment used for example- when the compartment with smaller surface area (80) is used, the compartment (81) beneath it is deflated, so the support / pressure is provided to a smaller area of the user and when the compartment with larger surface area (81) is used, the compartment (80) above it is deflated, so the support / pressure is provided to a larger area of the user. For any reason if deem fit for the user both compartments (80 & 81) may also be used to provide best possible support and comfort to the users. This contraption may be used for example in place of compartments (6 & 7) in the invention. So that when the user is lying on the back then compartment 80 could be used and if the user is lying on the side then compartment 81 may be used to provide adequate comfort and support. The use of this contraption is depends on demands of the user and what they require. Thus may be used in any other situation and position as deem fit.

Figure 7(L) depicts an exemplary embodiment with the use of multiple compartments, in this case two compartments, positioned with one compartment on top of the other compartment. But in this case the outer/upper compartment (80) is larger than the under / lower compartment (81). The compartment (81) is placed beneath the outer /upper compartment

(80). The internal pressure of the outer /upper compartment is such that the compartment takes the shape of the part of the human/user. This provides better comfort and support, however the under / lower compartment have the amount of internal pressure sufficient to provide required the height for the two compartment contraption (80, 81) and provide a lesser surface area focused support and increase in height. The difference in size or focus surface area that is being elevated gives the user a choice weather to have a smaller compartment used or a bigger compartment used for example- when the compartment with smaller surface area

(81) is used, the compartment (80) above it is deflated, so the support / pressure is provided to a smaller area of the user and when the compartment with larger surface area (80) is used, the compartment (81) beneath it is deflated, so the support / pressure is provided to a larger area of the user. For any reason if deem fit for the user both compartments (80 and 81) may also be used to provide best possible support and comfort to the users.

Figure 7(M) depicts an exemplary embodiment with the use of multiple compartments in this case three compartments. They are positioned with two compartments on top of the third compartment. But in this case the outer /upper compartments (80 and 113) are smaller in size. The under/ lower compartment (81) placed beneath the outer /upper compartments (80 and 113) is larger in size. The internal pressure of the outer /upper compartment is such that the compartment takes the shape of the part of the human/user. The internal pressure of the compartment 113 and 80 may be different as set by the operator. The user may place their limb between or on the compartments 80 and 113 or on them. This contraption may be placed where different pressure and support is required. This provides better comfort and support, however the under/ lower compartment (81) have the amount of internal pressure sufficient to provide required the height for the two compartments above (80 and 113) For any reason if deem fit for the user all compartments (80, 113 and 81) may also be used to provide best possible support and comfort to the users and they may be used individually as well.

Figure 7(N) depicts an exemplary embodiment with the use of multiple compartments in this case three compartments. They are positioned with one compartment on top of the third compartment. But in this case the outer /upper compartment (80) is larger in surface area and size. The under/ lower compartments (81, 113) placed beneath the outer /upper compartments (80) are smaller in surface area and size. The internal pressure of the outer /upper compartment is such that the compartment takes the shape of the part of the human/user. The internal pressure of the compartment 113 and 81 may be different as set by the operator. This contraption may be placed where different pressure and support is required. This provides better comfort and support, however the under / lower compartments (81, 113) have the amount of internal pressure sufficient to provide required the height for the single compartments above (80) For any reason if deem fit for the user all compartments (80, 113, 81) may also be used to provide best possible support and comfort to the users and they may be used individually as well with different or same internal pressures in every compartment as required by the user.

Figure 8(a) depicts a side view of conventional soft mattress (42) when a human (33) is lying on their back. In this, pressure or weight of human body’s back creates a recession in the soft mattress therefore, providing a discomfort as the spine of back bends into the mattress. This case is an example where the user is recommended to maintain a straight posture or the natural spine curve.

Figure 8(b) depicts a side view of conventional soft mattress (42) when a human (33) is lying on their side. In this, pressure or weight of human body’s back creates a recession in the soft mattress therefore, providing a discomfort as the spine of back bends. This case is an example where the user is recommended to maintain a straight posture or the natural spine curve.

Figure 8(c) depicts a side view of conventional soft mattress (42) when a human (33) is lying on their stomach. In this, pressure or weight of human body’s back creates a recession in the soft mattress therefore, providing a discomfort as the spine of back bends. This case is an example where the user is recommended to maintain a straight posture or the natural spine curve.

Figure 8(d) depicts a side view of conventional hard mattress (42) when a human (33) is lying on their back with a case when the human’s back is high as the mattress is hard for the human therefore, providing a discomfort as the back (34) is too high. This case is an example where the user is recommended to maintain a straight posture or the natural spine curve.

Figure 8(e) depicts a side view of conventional hard mattress (42) when a human (33) is lying on their side with a case when the human’s back is high as the mattress is hard for the human therefore, providing a discomfort as the back (34) is too high. This case is an example where the user is recommended to maintain a straight posture or the natural spine curve.

Figure 8(f) depicts a side view of conventional hard mattress (42) when a human (33) is lying on their stomach with a case when the human’s back is high as the mattress is hard for the human therefore, providing a discomfort as the back (34) is too high. This case is an example where the user is recommended to maintain a straight posture or the natural spine curve.

Figure 8(g) depicts a side view of invention mattress (43) with the present invention implemented on the mattress when a human (33) is lying on their back. This keeps the human’s back straight as the invention’s different compartments have different internal pressure therefore, providing a comfort with the given internal pressures of each compartments. This case is an example where the user is recommended to maintain a straight posture or the natural spine curve. Figure 8(h) depicts a side view of invention mattress (43) with the present invention implemented on the mattress when a human (33) is lying on their side. This keeps the human’s back straight as the invention’s different compartment have different internal pressure therefore providing a comfort with the given internal pressures of each compartments. This case is an example where the user is recommended to maintain a straight posture or the natural spine curve.

Figure 8(i) depicts a side view of invention mattress (43) with the present invention implemented on the mattress when a human (33) is lying on their stomach. This keeps the human’s back straight as the invention’s different compartment have different internal pressure therefore providing a comfort with the given internal pressures of each compartments. This case is an example where the user is recommended to maintain a straight posture or the natural spine curve.

Figure 9(a) is another embodiment of the present invention in which the compartments are positioned according to the user height, an example when the user is a short height and lean person (33). Or even by weight of the user or the body built or posture

Figure 9(b) is another embodiment of the present invention in which the compartments are positioned according to the user height, an example when the user is a tall and broad person (33).

Figure 10(a) depicts another embodiment of the invention in which the system is configured on a supporter like a chair or a seat. (50) A side-angular view of the exemplary implementation is depicted here. The compartments (1 to 23, 28 to 30) corresponding to the user’s body parts are placed in respective positions on the chair/seat (50) to provide comfort and support, medically, clinically or therapeutically or any other reason whatsoever. Further, the plurality of hollow pipes (37) is connected to each of the plurality of compartments (1 to 23, 28 to 30) through which the internal pressure of the compartments may be altered (1 to 23, 28 to 30). Figure 10(b) depicts a top view of the embodiment of the invention as illustrated in figure 10(a).

Figure 11 depicts a plurality of selection buttons for each compartment of the system, source of vibration i.e. vibrating device, and source of temperature i.e. temperature, a part of the control device of the invention as in figure 4(a)

Figure 12 depicts a compartment with a glove like cavity for the users hand and fingers for example for the hand of a human. These gloves include vibrators and heating and cooling devices that are controlled by the operator to initiate a stimulus for the user. In this figure, the inner cavity (97) is for the human hand. The double layered bag/compartment (95) is such that it can contain fluid(s)/liquid(s),gas(s) (96) within itself or any other kind of material like foam, sponge, cotton, synthetic materials or mixtures of synthetic and natural, etc that can provide fluffiness if the former are not used. The fluid(s)/ liquid(s)/ gas(s) or a combination of them can be introduced using an inlet pipe (98) and can exit the bag using an exit pipe (99). The fluid(s)/ liquid(s)/ gas(s) or a combination of them here (96) is to stimulate the hand by changing its temperature. Additional stimulus can also be attached which are the vibrators (100). This device can also be made wherein it only contains attached vibrators (100) to provide stimulus to the human hand. Additional straps and lock clips (109) like in figure 15 are also present to keep the attachment in place. Additionally it can also be made wherein it doesn’t contain the vibrators (100) and only provides heat stimulus to the human hand. The gloves that are used as an attachment may be used with or without temperature control or vice versa with or without the vibrators or both. The gloves may have only temperature control or with vibrators or both.

Figure 13 depicts another example of the device like a general shaped attachment. In this figure, the inner cavity (97) is for the user’s body part to be inserted. The double layered bag (95) is such that it can contain fluid(s)/ liquid(s)/ gas(s) or a combination of them (96) within itself. The fluid(s)/ liquid(s)/ gas(s) or a combination of them can be introduced using an inlet pipe (98) and can exit the bag using an exit pipe (99). The fluid(s)/ liquid(s)/ gas(s) or a combination of them here (96) is to stimulate the body part that it covers/ wraps/ by changing its temperature. Additional stimulus can also be attached which are the vibrators (100). Additional straps and lock clips (109) like in figure 15 are also present to keep the attachment in place (not depicted in this figure 13). This attachment can also be made wherein it only contains attached vibrators (100) to provide stimulus to the required part of the user or just the temperature control function without the vibrators or both.

Figure 14 depicts the mechanism to control the temperature of the fluid(s)/ liquid(s)/ gas(s) or a combination of them. The inlet pipe (98) to the attachment bag (95,110) is attached to a pump placed inside a reservoir (101) filled with fluid(s)/ liquid(s)/ gas(s) or a combination of them (96) to pump fluid(s)/ liquid(s)/ gas(s) or a combination of them into the attachment bags (95,110). The exit pipe (99) opens into the reservoir to let the fluid(s)/ liquid(s)/ gas(s) or a combination of them exit into the reservoir. The temperature of the fluid(s)/ liquid(s)/ gas(s) or a combination of them is controlled with the help of two devices, namely a heating element(s) (103), Peltier or Thermoelectric cooling module(s)(l05). There is also a thermostat submersed within the fluid(s)/ liquid(s)/ gas(s) or a combination of them to keep a check of the temperature of the liquid weather to increase or decrease the temperature or keep it constant. The heating element is submersed within the fluid(s)/ liquid(s)/ gas(s) or a combination of them. Whereas the Peltier or Thermoelectric cooling module(s) are placed such that the cooling side is attached to reservoir, which in turn would cool the fluid(s)/ liquid(s)/ gas(s) or a combination of them within the reservoir. The other side of the Peltier or Thermoelectric cooling module(s) would be attached to a heat sink (111) and a fan (112) is flowing air over the heat sink.

Figure 15 depicts another general shaped attachment (95). The inner cavity (97) is for the user’s body part to be inserted. Additional straps and lock clips (109) are also present to keep the attachment in place. The application of the present invention is applied for example to the industries, corporate, hospitals, households, personal care but is not limited to these. For the illustration, it includes the use for:

Posture correction, healing, therapeutic use, spinal support and any other body part support for certain animals & birds, human beings, having spinal or other health problems or even for everyday use for comfort or support.

In providing stimulus to the body or any part thereof where the person is partly or fully paralyzed or otherwise to use as muscle relaxant. That may fasten the recovery in symptomatic issues of the functioning of the person, animal or bird.

For support to any part of the body or whole when sprained or fractured.

For support to critically ill ridden patients that may reduce the chances of bed sores whist delivering variable support to the affected part or support pregnant women in lying down

To support on stretchers while shifting or transferring patients giving body relief to the affected part simultaneously.

For spinal / lumbar or any other kind of support when adapted to furniture, chairs, seats of any nature, for e.g. in any kind of vehicles, cars, aircrafts, ships, trains, metros buses etc, office chairs, cinema halls, etc.

Ideal for use on hospital beds in order to impart comfort to the patient. In road /& or air ambulances etc., alternately also in the hospitality sector in hotels, spas, resorts and motels, or even for domestic use etc.

In some specific cases this invention can be also used on certain animals and birds.

In various fields for e.g., the defense sector for injured soldiers or fighters, who are helpers, pilots or people engaged in rescue operations.

In industries for providing padding to equipment or furniture.

This may help faster recovery to an extent of a partial or fully paralyzed user by

providing them stimulus. KEY REFERENCES OF FIGURES:

1. Head Compartment / Bag / Pillow / Bellow/ Balloon

2. Neck Compartment / Bag / Pillow / Bellow/ Balloon

3. Left Shoulder Compartment / Bag/ Pillow / Bellow/ Balloon

4. Right Shoulder Compartment / Bag/ Pillow / Bellow/ Balloon

5. Upper Spine Compartment / Bag/ Pillow / Bellow/ Balloon

6. Mid Spine Compartment / Bag/ Pillow / Bellow/ Balloon

7. Lower Spine Compartment / Bag/ Pillow / Bellow/ Balloon

8. Left Arm Compartment / Bag/ Pillow / Bellow/ Balloon

9. Right Arm Compartment / Bag/ Pillow / Bellow/ Balloon

10. Under Left Arm Compartment / Bag/ Pillow / Bellow/ Balloon

11. Under Right Arm Compartment / Bag/ Pillow / Bellow/ Balloon

12. Left Bottom Compartment / Bag/ Pillow / Bellow/ Balloon

13. Right Bottom Compartment / Bag/ Pillow / Bellow/ Balloon

14. Left Leg Thigh Compartment / Bag/ Pillow / Bellow/ Balloon

15. Right Leg Thigh Compartment / Bag/ Pillow / Bellow/ Balloon

16. Left Leg Side Compartment / Bag/ Pillow / Bellow/ Balloon

17. Right Leg Side Compartment / Bag/ Pillow / Bellow/ Balloon

18. Under Left Leg Side Compartment / Bag / Pillow / Bellow/ Balloon

19. Under Right Leg Side Compartment / Bag/ Pillow / Bellow/ Balloon

20. Right Calf Compartment / Bag/ Pillow / Bellow/ Balloon

21. Left Calf Compartment / Bag/ Pillow / Bellow/ Balloon

22. Lower Right Leg Compartment / Bag/ Pillow / Bellow/ Balloon

23. Lower Left Leg Compartment / Bag/ Pillow / Bellow/ Balloon

24. Pumping Unit

25. Vibrating / Stimulus generating unit

26. Heat generating stimulus. A device to generate controlled amount of heat as required by the operator for example a heating element. 27. Control Unit

28. Knee Compartment / Bag/ Pillow / Bellow/ Balloon

29. Legs Compartment / Bag / Pillow / Bellow/ Balloon

30. Legs Lower Compartment / Bag/ Pillow / Bellow/ Balloon

31. Old/ Traditional/ General Head Pillow

32. Preferred Head Line

33. User/ Thing for which the invention is used.

34. Body Posture/ spine shape, spine posture.

35. Between Legs Compartment / Bag/ Pillow / Bellow/ Balloon

36. Fluffy Materials, for example foam, sponge, cotton, synthetic materials or mixtures of synthetic and natural, etc that can provide fluffiness or any other material deemed fit for the use.

37. Pipe/ Tubing/ Plumbing of Compartment / Bag / Pillow / Bellow/ Balloon

38. Bed/ sleeping area

39. Manual Pressure Bulb

40. Valve cum quick release valve

41. Nozzle

42. Old/ Traditional/ General/ Mattress or bedding or sleeping product

43. New Mattress/ Bedding / Bedding/ Sleeping Product with invention

44. Natural Spine Curve

45. Human Hand

46. Human Legs

47. Human Head

48. Human Neck

49. Human Shoulders / Upper Torso

50. Seat/Chair/Sitting product with invention

51. Human Mid Torso

52. Human Lower Torso

53. Human Knees 112. Fan

113. General Compartment / Bag/ Pillow/ Bellow/ Balloon

It will be appreciated that variations of the above disclosed and other features and functions, or alternatives thereof, may be desirably combined into many other different products or applications. Also that various presently unforeseen or unanticipated alternatives, modifications, variations or improvements therein may be subsequently made by those skilled in the art which are also intended to be encompassed by scope of the hereinafter appended claims.