Hello Tribers ... how y'all doing today?How did the weekend go ? Great I hope ...... Mine was fine. I was entertained as usual my by lovely kids and husband ( never a dull moment with them❤) and I went personal shopping for a customer in a nearby town( i am patiently waiting for your orders😉). I went alone so it was more of a 2 in 1 trip for me . Business and having my 'me time'😊😊.
Our Safety tip this week would be one of the dangers mobiles phone pose on our health. As we all know, cell phones have become a necessity for many people throughout the world. In recent times and with the technological advancements on mobiles phones, it's importance goes way beyond just making and receiving calls📞☎️. Infact some people needs their phones on a daily basis to function optimally. However, this mobile phone could be a 'pain in the neck' if used inappropriately overtime. There's is a very high possibility that you are you're reading this post while leaning over a table resting on your elbows, your shoulders are curved and your head tilted forward or your arms are bent by your side, your back hunch and head tilted forward.
Am I right? Yes?
That position you're in is possibly causing you pain, in which you may be aware of it or not. This position if maintained overtime will cause what is know has 'TEXT NECK' and in some cases 'POSTURAL SYNDROME'. TEXT NECK is a term used by Physical Therapists to describe diagnosis for the headaches, neck cricks and achy shoulders caused by the poor positions constantly assumed when going through our mobile gadgets.The term was first coined by Dr. Dean Fishman, a Chiropractor and a leading health care provider for technology induced injuries in 2008 while examining a 17 year old patient when the teen came in complaining of headaches and neck pain.
Studies found that bending your head to look at your mobile device held in your hands can put up to 60 pounds of pressure on your neck. The lower you tilt your head forward the higher the pressure and strain on your spine which may pull it out of alignment.
Dr. Tom DiAngelis, former president of the American Physical Therapy Association's states that
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