Phones and posture
In addition to our latest video on how mobile devices are ruining our posture, this article further explores the strains of keeping up with our mobile addiction on our body. An average phone user checks their phone roughly 150 times a day. Studies have also shown that an average human head weighs 4 – 5 kg, the weight is doubled with just a 15 degree tilt of the head, increasing the strain on the neck. Read more here
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