Simple ways to avoid a phone-induced hump in your back (yes, seriously)

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Simple Ways To Avoid a Device Induced Back Hump

Just like an addiction to cigarettes gives you black lungs (which no one can see), an addiction to your smartphone can actually give you a hump in your back -- which nobody wants!

So how can you stay up to date with all the latest social happenings without looking like Quasi Moto? If you work at a desk, get up and walk around every thirty minutes to give your neck and eyes a break from your computer screen. Plus, you need to do that so your FitBit can count the extra steps!

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If you have a quiet place, do some stretches or yoga to straighten out the kinks.

Don't look down at your screen -- that forces your back into a curved shape. Elevate your computer to your eye line, so you're not staring down. Experts also say you should avoid using your laptop in bed or on the sofa.

In the evening if you're getting on your phone or tablet after a long day, hold your phone out in front of you -- it might look a little funny, but it's definitely better for your back.

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