Your SmartPhone could be causing you Irreversible Damage

It seems that in recent days there has been an alarming news that is giving much to talk about on social networks: the use of your smartphone may be causing you irreversible physical damage.

And what is it? What causes this damage? It turns out that during prolonged use of your mobile phone you tend to hold it with your little finger, and this could cause a deformation like the following :

 Your SmartPhone could be causing you Irreversible Damage

The company Japanese telephone company NTT Docomo, posted this warning image to its users via Twitter about this deformity. It is called "smartphone pinky" and is the result of using your little finger to support the weight of your mobile phone.

When you have been carrying a heavy smartphone in your hands for a long time, press on the joint of your little finger, a place very susceptible to developing problems. And doing so frequently can lead to a deformity between the first and second phalanx of the little finger according to Rocket News 24 .

"Let everyone check if he has a deformity in his little finger by using his phone, little by little we're all going to have deformed fingers "

 Your SmartPhone could be causing you Irreversible Damage
Twitter

" Using your smartphone can produce a deformity in your little finger "Hahahahahahaah … Just look at that big hump …

 Your SmartPhone could be causing you Irreversible Damage
Twitter

"Look at my pinky finger folded from overusing your mobile phone"

 Your SmartPhone could be causing you Irreversible Damage
Twitter [19659015] Maybe now you have checked your little finger and you also have that strange deformity … Should we stop using mobile phones by our own health?

 Your SmartPhone could be causing you Irreversible Damage

The company suggests that we try to hold our smartphones in a different way, or at least take a break so that we do not make so much effort with a unique finger in particular.

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