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IN Health & Fitness ON 12 May, 2016
Where do you usually put your smartphone? It is quite common to see people keeping their devices in their pant pocket. For women, it is also not surprising to see them putting the smartphone in the bra.
But is this a healthy thing to do? It might be convenient for people, but there are reasons why you should reconsider where you place your smartphones. After all, your life could depend on it.
Read the story below to find out what could happen if you keep placing your device in these areas.
Specifically, it has been noted that there is a link between the deadly breast cancer and the carrying of phones in bras.
Because of smartphone radiation, putting your smartphone in your pant pocket can affect sperm production.
A neurologist observed that several patients who complain about pain around the leg and buttocks area could have developed these issues due to putting their phones in their back pockets. After all, the device will hurt the sciatic nerve.
In San Francisco, almost 30 percent of calls to 911 were purely accidental. These were made by people who had their smartphones in the back pockets of their pants.
From cracking the screen to dropping it in the toilet, wearing your smartphone in your back pocket can lead to horrible results.
Because your smartphone is almost always on as it receives data and runs all your apps, it generates heat. You could easily suffer from first and second-degree burns.
The radiation from smartphones can easily modify the brain's metabolism. You do not want your mental health affected.
If you always keep your smartphones near you, you might just develop confusion and depression because you always use it. This is dangerous for your mental health.
Constant smartphone usage will directly change your sleeping patterns. If you cannot change this, you can experience various sleep disorders.
Yes, smartphones have allowed people to communicate and enjoy the digital world in a more efficient manner. However, getting addicted to it has become a serious concern for many.
Please, let your friends and family know about the dangerous effects of carrying and overusing smartphones.
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