The mobile phone has become the adult’s transitional object, replacing the child’s teddy bear for comfort and a sense of belonging. Mobile phones today have replaced cameras, alarm clocks, iPod’s and calendars. They have become a person’s best friend and connection to the world.
According to a study the average person in the UK spends 90 minutes a day on the phone. Let’s look at what effect this can have on your body.
Are you aware of your posture when you use your mobile phone?
Employing any of the above habits just a few times a day can leave you with aches and pains in the neck, shoulders, arms, wrist, upper and lower back.
The correct way to look at your mobile phone:
This article is more correct and more serious than people would think. Today’s generation of young children are weaker because of having weak posterior chain and neck extensors and mobile phones are a contribution towards this.