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How Inappropriate Use of Your Phone is Bad For Your Neck (and fingers and eyes) and What You Can Do about it.
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After you read this article, I promise you that you will change the way that you are using your phone. I am not encouraging you to stop using technology, but this article will educate you on the potential damage and impairment that your phone can cause to your neck, fingers, and eyes. Later in this article, I will introduce you to several ways of minimizing the risks by changing your current habits.
The vast majority of Americans, (96%!), now own a cellphone of some kind. 81% of Americans own smartphones. Along with mobile phones, Americans own a range of other information devices, such as tablets and iPads, laptops, Kindle, Video game console, and more. Recent figures have shown that around 87% of teenagers (14-18 years) in the USA and 79% of teenagers (12-15 years) in the UK own and use smartphones. According to recent research in the journal of physical therapy that published last year (2019), smartphone users spend an average of two to four hours a day with their heads dropped down. This results in “700 to 1,400 hours a year of excess stress on the cervical spine. High schoolers may be most at risk, as they could spend an additional 5,000 hours per year in this position.
Recently, spine specialists are noticing an increase in patients with neck and upper back pain, likely related to poor posture during prolonged smartphone use. A 2017 scientific paper from The Spine Journal reports an increasing number of young patients, who shouldn’t yet have back and neck issues. These patients are reporting disc herniations and alignment problems.
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