Nearly three-quarters of Americans who live with their spouse or partner bring their mobile phone to bed with them. A new study examined what couples really are up to in the bedroom and found that Americans who bring their phones to bed are nearly twice as likely to spend time on their phone than they are to get romantic with their partner at bedtime. The study, conducted by Asurion , a global tech solutions company, investigated the bedroom phone habits of 2, US adults who live with their spouse or partner, and found that — among those who bring their phone to bed — having sex with their partner was far from the leading bedroom activity during the hour before falling asleep. In fact, phone use was the No. And a quarter said the very last thing they see before shutting their eyes each night is their phone, not their loved one.
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Technology doesn't just mess with our heads, it messes with our bodies. Our handheld devices are degrading our health in ways we might not even realize. Whether it's unexpected stuff like enlarged mutant thumbs from swiping through our news feeds or more serious consequences like chronic back pain, here's how our bodies are being affected by our tech dependance. The vast majority of our generation spends up to 18 hours a day online, but our brains are still developing. Frequent internet users show twice as much activity in the prefrontal cortex, which is used for short-term memory and quick decision making. As a result, you skim over details instead of developing focus. Our Asses According to the Obesity Action Coalition, 93 million Americans are obese, which makes us a higher risk for Alzheimer's disease, diabetes, and heart disease.
MoneyWatch Ever notice how often people are glued to their mobile phones, like they've forgotten how to put them down? Well, it's worse than you thought. According to a recent study carried out by Harris Interactive for mobile payment vendor Junio, people are using their phones at what polite company might consider the most inappropriate of places.
Lea Marsden April 8, People have been freaking out about how some new piece of technology is heralding the collapse of society since the invention of the gramophone and guess what? Where would we be without apps like Grinder, Tinder or Lespark? Obviously, we are fans of the written word what else lets us wax loquacious about everything from fisting to the strangest ways to reach orgasm?