Spending hours looking down at smart phones is ruining our posture – but over 50% of Americans ‘are not worried’ despite risks of chronic pain

We all spend hours a day slouching toward our screens – but less than half of Americans are worried about what that’s doing to their backs, according to a new survey.

The average person spends nearly four hours of their days looking down at their smart phone, throwing their entire back out of alignment.

And spending even part of your day with such poor posture can contribute to a lifetime of back pain, poor circulation, trouble breathing and joint problems.

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