Incorrect carrying habits are called




If the wrong eating habits and lack of exercise accumulate, it can lead to adult diseases. In addition to an unrestricted lifestyle, the habit of improperly taking care of portable items can also lead to disease. Taking this into account, the Japanese Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare refers to adult diseases as “lifestyle-related diseases”. I usually carry my phone in my back pocket, but when I sit down, take it out of my pocket and put it away from my body.



A better way is to carry it in a bag or handbag. Don't put your phone in your shirt pocket

If you go through your phone's user manual, you'll find a warning that says, "Do not bring it near as it may affect your hearing aid." It is said that the use of radio frequency (RF wave) energy generated by mobile phones should be restrained as much as it may cause malfunctions.

If your phone is close to your heart, it can adversely affect your heart rate. Dr. David Heath of the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota, USA, compared five types of mobile phones with and without touching the chest area of ​​980 normal volunteers and detected heart rate abnormalities in 20% of the cases.

Among them, 7% of the total showed symptoms such as palpitations (the phenomenon of palpitations as the heart rate increases) or headache and dizziness. Significantly significant changes in heart rate were found in 6.6%. This study was conducted in analog and digital methods. The analog method had relatively little effect on the heart.

The digital method, which has recently dominated the mobile phone market, has a stronger effect on the heart. Contrary to popular belief, it was found that the effect of electromagnetic waves transmitted when an incoming call is greater than when talking on a mobile phone.

Even if it is not electromagnetic waves, the items in the jacket pocket can affect the breathing state of the heart and lungs and the muscles of the neck and shoulders with their own weight.

Therefore, it is also undesirable to carry cigarettes or the like in a shirt pocket. It's not good to hang your phone around your neck. Even if you hang your phone around your neck, it's never far from your heart. A minimum distance of 15 cm from the heart should be maintained.

Especially, people who are weak and sensitive should not wear a cell phone like a necklace. This is because it can cause symptoms where the heart beats faster than the normal rhythm.

If you normally use your cell phone close to your heart and you feel chest tightness, throbbing, or bad mood every time it vibrates for no reason, it is better to move away from your cell phone right away.

In particular, it is bad for people who suffer from a herniated disc or have a stiff neck symptom while wearing a cell phone around their neck. It's not medically proven, but it's important to keep in mind that the weight of your body movement is proportional to the impact your phone has on your neck.

It is also wise to change the habit of hanging a cell phone around the neck for those who get tired easily and get tired easily.

Putting your wallet in your back pocket is 'dangerous' Men usually carry their wallets in their back pockets. However, it is not well known that this causes back pain.

When you sit with your wallet in your back pocket, the pelvis on the side of the wallet is pushed forward, and the wallet is also pushed downwards, causing the upper pelvis to open backwards.

This phenomenon is called "posterior inferior iliac bone". The leg on the side of the displacement is shortened. Therefore, you should not keep your wallet in your back pocket when sitting for a long time.

Congenital and acquired pelvis is completely normal people are only one in 1,000 people.

If the pelvic displacement is left alone, blood circulation disorders, neurotransmission system disorders, menstrual disorders, menstrual pain, back pain, chronic fatigue, obesity, etc. may be induced.

To correct this, you should apply strength to your lower abdomen, breathe, move as much as possible when watching TV, avoid sitting with your legs crossed or standing with your weight on one leg, learn pelvic correction exercises and practice them every day.