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Fox News medical contributor Dr. Marc Siegel on how to use the mobile phone is to physically change us.
New research suggests that teenagers are sprouting “horns” on the base of the neck, and a Fox News medical contributor Dr. Marc Siegel argued that it is most likely related to a long-term mobile phone use.
Because teens are constantly hunched over their phones, texting and social media, and the muscles of the neck are to be used, so that the so-called “text neck,” Siegel explained on “Tucker Carlson in Tonight.”
“The muscles of the neck are weakened, and guess what happens when you have the muscles to weaken?” he asked. “Your body reacts by creating more bone to the external occipital protuberances, which are the spores grow on the back of the head, especially in the teenage years,” he continued.
The study is based on a study by David Shahar, a health scientist at the University of The Sunshine Coast, Australia, according to the BBC. Shahar realized that all of the tumors at the base of the skull, he is seen in patients between the ages of 18-30 years old were the most prominent, and the theory that it was caused by a “text neck” phenomenon.
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Dr. Siegel added that this is a shocking physical changes are not the only shifts that we see as a result of smartphone use.
“It is not only the alienation and the anxiety and / or depression, the frequent use of smart phones, and a lot of screen time, we can also see physical changes, blurred vision, and headaches,” he said.
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These changes are permanent, ” Dr. Siegel argues, and it will only get worse over time. In some cases, he said, that the bone growths that extend greater than one-inch from the base of the skull. Not only that, but because of epigenetics, we’ll have to wait for the skull formations, and on to the next generation.
“It will help us to ensure that our muscles are tied to ground, so that she has to have a purpose, but they will have to be passed on,” Dr Siegel said. “Your grandchildren are going to have them, and they are going to get bigger and bigger and bigger, the more screen time you have.”
Fortunately, the medical staff member said he has a prescription.
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“I want us to go out to dinner with each other, not to our smartphones, to exercise, to talk to each other, to hug each other. Maybe the spurs will have to shrink if you go back to hugging each other,” he said.