Our smartphone is the first thing we look at in the morning and the last thing we check at bedtime. Although quick glances at our phone may seem harmless, it can in fact be affecting us physically, mentally, and emotionally.

Your harmless-looking cell phon e could be up to something you are not aware of.  There is a ugly side of excessive cell phone usage.

Extreme cell phone usage leads to a ugly posture.

When we look down at our cellphones, we are straining our necks and slouching our shoulders. Doing this can cause some serious damage to our overall posture, even leading us to lose up to an inch to an inch and a half of height.

Ugly Manners

We see people at restaurants who are more focused on snapping a photo of their meal than enjoying each other’s company. Our persistent use of our cell phones can be affecting our relationships with the people and world around us.

“When we focus more on our digital lives rather than the individuals we are with; we are not only giving off the impression that we do not care about what they have to say, we are also letting valuable and meaningful moments pass us by.

Ugly eye strain, bags, and wrinkles

Not only can staring at your phone all day cause serious neck and shoulder pain, the extreme cell phone usage is leading to various eye conditions such as blurred vision, eye strain, headaches and dry eyes as well as to a condition they like to call “tech neck.”

For those concerned with cosmetics and eye appearance, constant squinting leads to wrinkles and under-eye bags.

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