Consider this… when you’re looking down at your cell phone the angle of your spine “is equivalent to that of an 8-year-old child sitting on your neck.” And that’s not the only physiological (or psychological) thing happening. From increases in myopia (or nearsightedness), to the creation of a “compulsion loop,” and the development of “NoMoPhobia” (it’s a real thing), the clever folks at ASAP Science explore what cell phone use (people average 4.7 hrs/day) is doing to our bodies and our brains.