New York Times: “Your iPhone Is ruining your posture and your mood”
“If you’re in a public place, look around: How many people are hunching over a phone? Technology is transforming how we hold ourselves, contorting our bodies into what the New Zealand physiotherapist Steve August calls the iHunch. I’ve also heard people call it text neck, and in my work I sometimes refer to it as iPosture…”
An interesting article of Amy Cuddy (professor at Harvard Business School and the author of the forthcoming book “Presence: Bringing Your Boldest Self to Your Biggest Challenges.”) about the effect on our body of the modern technology.
Original Source: The New York Time
Author: Amy Cuddy