Text neck is the term used to describe the injuries and pain sustained from looking down at wireless devices for extended periods of time.
As mobile technology becomes more commonplace, people are spending more and more time with handheld devices like smartphones, e-readers and computer tablets. Studies suggest that 79% of the population, ages 18-44, have their cell phones with them for 22 hours per day.
Your head weighs around 5.5 kg, and if you spend a significant amount of time with your head bent forward and down as when texting, emailing, or gaming—the strain on your neck is substantial. Studies have shown when you bend your head forwards by just 15 degrees, its weight effectively