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Do You Have “Text Neck?” 

Do You Have “Text Neck?” 

The Common Sense, a non-profit technology education group, recently published a study surveying 2,600 youth, finding that teens and pre-teens are spending on average anywhere from six to nine hours a day using phones or some type of media-related screen device (iPad, tablet, gaming system, etc.).  The problem here is that when people use phones or tablets, their posture is often poor, with the head bent forward and looking down.  Poor posture for extended periods of time, especially when the spine is developing, can result in a long-lasting problem when looking at the shape of the spine.