1. Wearable Nanofiber System: This system consists of nanofiber patches that are worn on the skin and can monitor vital signs, track fitness goals, and even monitor chemical levels in the body.

Benefits: Ability to monitor vital signs and fitness goals tracking chemical levels,

Side Effects: Possible allergic reactions, potential for device malfunction and skin irritation.

2. Brain Stimulation Devices: These devices use electrical pulses to stimulate certain areas of the brain to improve cognitive functions such as concentration, memory, and focus.

Benefits: Improved cognitive functions,

Side Effects: Possible risks of stimulation to other areas of the brain and possible long term effects.

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3. Smartphone Apps: These are apps that are designed to track health and fitness goals or collect information about diet and lifestyle habits.

Benefits: Ability to customize and track health and fitness goals, improved monitoring of diet and lifestyle habits.

Side Effects: None known.

4. Neural-sensitivity Sensors: These sensors monitor your neural activity and allow you to control certain actions using your thoughts.

Benefits: More accurate control of certain actions,

Side Effects: Possible interference with sleep patterns and headaches.  

5. Wearable Fitness Trackers: These are wearable devices that track your activity level and provide feedback on your performance.

Benefits: More accurate tracking of your activity level,

Side Effects: None known.

6. Virtual Reality Headsets: These headsets can be used to simulate real-world scenarios and use data to measure your physical and mental performance,

Benefits: Ability to more accurately simulate real-world scenarios,

Side Effects: Potential for dizziness, nausea and headaches.  

7. Smart Clothes: These are clothes that are equipped with sensors and can track activity, body temperature, heart rate and other metrics. Benefits: More accurate tracking of activity, Side Effects: None known.  

8. Gene Therapy: This is a type of therapy that uses genes or modified genes to treat or prevent certain medical conditions.

Benefits: Potential for successful treatments for various medical conditions,

Side Effects: Possible allergic reaction or other side effects.  

9. Nanobots: These are tiny robots that are designed to perform medical procedures and deliver drugs to specific areas of the body.

Benefits: They can be used to perform medical procedures and deliver drugs,

Side Effects: Possible interference with normal bodily functions.  

10. Wearable Sleep Trackers: These devices can track sleep patterns, monitor breathing and heart rate, and monitor changes in the environment.

Benefits: Monitor sleep patterns,

Side Effects: None known.