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The Ugly Truth About Tech Devices & Aging


In a previous article we covered the health risks associated with Tech Neck. In this article we learn important information about smart phones and other mobile devices that might be responsible for premature aging.

Extensive use of tech devices causes Tech Neck. Tech Neck is responsible for a wide range of health concerns. For example, aches and pain to poor posture. However, Tech Neck is also responsible for premature aging and wrinkles. Tech Neck is a condition caused by constantly hunching over a smartphone or mobile device for several hours a day.

Dermatologist discovered that more young women than you might imagine noticed that they were developing fine lines and wrinkles around their neck and chest. Dermatologist attributed this development to constantly staring down at smartphones or other mobile devices.

Why Lines Develop
The fine lines develop because of the way that you look down at your smartphone or your computer. Constant hunching in this position will create very identifiable lines and wrinkles. Today, many women are really involved with smartphones and taking selfies. Many are shocked to discover a puffy face, jowls, and wrinkles on their face, neck, and chest. Consequently, this is much more than a body care issue. It's an issue that affects a woman's self esteem.

The Cure For Tech Neck Aging
Is there a cure for tech neck aging? Certainly, the best cure is easy. Stop looking down at your smartphone or other mobile device. Instead, hold the device at eye level. In addition, reduce the time that you spend on mobile devices. Another alternative worthy of mentioning is to go smartphone or tech device free, at least one day per week.

Other Cures
Curing tech wrinkles takes time. Start by treating the skin on your neck area with extreme care. Keep your skin well hydrated too. Wear a moisturizer with a high SPF daily. Apply anti aging creams with retinol, vitamin E and vitamin C to help boost collagen production in the skin. Fine anti-aging skin creams include:

StriVectin TL Advanced Light Tightening Neck Cream, 1.7 oz.

La Prairie Anti Aging Neck Cream, 1.7 Ounce

Perricone MD Firming Neck Therapy, 2 fl. oz.

Clarins Extra-Firming Neck Anti-Wrinkle Rejuvenating Cream, 1.6 Ounce

Sources:
http://www.instyle.com/news/tech-neck-how-treat-aging-neck-procedures
https://www.shape.com/lifestyle/beauty-style/your-phone-giving-you-tech-neck
http://www.healthfreedoms.org/smartphones-cause-drooping-jowls-and-tech-neck-wrinkles-in-18-39-year-olds/

Quote:
You may never know what results come of your action, but if you do nothing there will be no result. --Ghandi

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