#textneck #thegracelook #bodyposture #wellbeing #osteopathy More than half of teens with smartphones say texting is their main method of communication. With more than 75% of all teens owning smartphones (according to Pew Research Center), it seems safe to say that texting is a firmly established trend. What’s more, by some estimates, adults spend an average of 11 hours each day using electronic media. As a result, people of all ages are experiencing physical effects that really didn’t exist 20 years ago, such as "text neck" (or "tech neck") and "texting thumb." These physical conditions are the direct result of overuse of electronic devices or a lack of body awareness while using them. The good news is that you can avoid the physical discomfort of text fatigue by making some simple changes to your routines. I will be sharing with you some easy tips on how to fix your posture and prevent textneck related injures. By fixing your posture and releasing hypertonicity in your neck area, stretching neck muscles you will improve blood circulation, get rid of double chin, feel and look younger!