If you spend most of the day holding your smartphone in your hand and using it, it is wise to keep in mind that you may be at higher risk for these disorders.
Misconduct on the part of some people when using electronic devices, including the telephone, can cause severe stress on other internal organs, including the lungs. The effect is to damage the organs over time.
Researchers have shown that a person’s physical posture affects their emotional outlook. Depression is a disorder that is affecting more and more people.
Doctors say that while many patients who came in the past for back problems are older, the number of young people coming in for treatment today has increased dramatically.
Spinal and neck sprains are the name given to the spine posture we use when using a smartphone or laptop. It is also known as iPosture or text neck. When in this position, the spine is bent further down and the neck is stretched forward, which causes the associated muscles to weaken and ache to begin to develop. It is important to correct this harmful posture immediately.
How to prevent this: When using tools and equipment, do not bend the spine forward, bend, or stretch the body. Get used to using those devices at eye level. Here are some simple steps you can take to reduce the risk of back problems.
- Move your head slowly from side to side, pulling the muscles from time to time.
- Massage the middle area between your shoulders, the muscles on both sides of the neck and the shoulder blades.
- Standing in the doorway, spread your arms well and bend your shoulders. This relaxes the affected muscles by holding the phone in the same position for a long time.
- If you use your phone for more than 10 minutes, try to shrink your shoulder blades by touching your chin to your neck. Do this exercise several times. Hold the posture for at least 10 seconds at a time.
- “Always remember that following the right posture can prevent many health problems whenever you use your smartphone.