I (John Cruz. http://www.cruzcases.com/) report on cell phone health issues reported by health and EMF professionals around the world. This prompted me to perfect a shield phone case that blocks the cell phone signals directed into the brain. During this time, I never reported or actually found the dumbest health issues published, until now. So let’s take a look.

  1. Text Claw and Cell Phone Elbow

    This top stupid cell phone health issue is described as “Text Claw” is a non-medical term used to describe all of the finger cramping and sore muscles that come from continuous scrolling, texting, and gaming on smartphones..

    Do I even need to write anything here. This is evidence holding your cell phone next to your head will destroy brain cells. Don’t let it happen to you.

    2. iPosture and Text Neck

    This second listed dumbest phone health issue is described as Slouching over your phone for hours at a time thereby ruining your neck and hurting your back muscles.

    The only posture issue here is that mysterious transformation that happens when people take photos and the more interesting pose to watch is that of the cell phone photographer while they are taking the picture.

    3. Phantom Pocket Vibration Syndrome

    This one is described as a professor at Indiana University found that 89% of the undergraduates in her study experienced phantom vibrations when their phones weren’t actually vibrating.

    Anticipating can create that false oasis of hearing or feeling the alerts, sounds, and voices, except for anticipating more money in our bank accounts. Seldom do we experience seeing larger bank balances. But with this study, almost 90% of students at Indiana have this problem? Apparently there is no problems in establishing a social life at the University of Indiana. And I thought UNLV was the party school. I stand corrected.

    There are more listed issue found. But let’s not be confused. There are serious health warnings that are reporting issues as tumors growing in the brain. The typical surgery is removal through the nose. Not my idea of a fun afternoon.

    So keep your cell phone away from your head ladies and gentlemen. If you are over 40, in the next 7 years, you most likely will hear or know someone that has this issue. And you will be glad you put a little distance between your head or testes and your phone or you used a shielded front cover phone case (yeah a little plug).