Viewing Content On Your Phone Causes Back And Neck Strain – Looking down at your phone repeatedly, whether you’re texting, or browsing, or watching videos can cause you to eventually develop chronic neck and back pain.
Your neck’s muscles, tendons, and ligaments are meant to support your head’s weight (which is around 10 to 12 pounds) in a neutral position, balanced atop your cervical spine.
But, when we look down at our phones, we tend to bend our heads forward, and this places about 50 to 60 pounds of force on our necks. Putting this much pressure on your neck for a prolonged period can have damaging effects.
The primary solution for avoiding eye strain and dry eyes due to staring at smart phone screens is to increase the distance between you and your screen.
Our Big Screen Mobile Magnifier increases the size of your phone screen, so you can view its content from a safe distance, from over a foot and a half away and have a clear, comfortable view.
Our Big Screen Mobile Magnifier makes it easier for you to view your content by looking straight ahead, instead of down. Because of this, your back and back can function more naturally so your chances of developing back and neck injuries greatly decrease.