Camila Villafañe

By Camila Villafañe

LifeBuzz Staff

If You Ever Feel Phantom Cell Phone Vibrations, You May Have A Serious Problem.

#6. Phantom texts and calls are more common among Smartphone users.

For some reason, Smartphone uses tend to feel phantom texts more often than customers who have other featured phones.

Phantom texts and calls are more common among Smartphone users.

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#7. So is this phantom phenomenon really a threat to your health?

Probably not. After all, it's not technically a disease. But if a user feels his phone vibrating all the time when it really isn't, he or she will find it difficult to function.

So is this phantom phenomenon really a threat to your health?

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#8. Some might even experience separation anxiety from their smartphone.

Now we've all made that horrible mistake of rushing out of the house and then we realize we've forgotten our phones at home. So our day is wrecked, and we spend the day feeling like a crack addict at his first day in rehab.

#9. Most of you probably thought that you were the only ones.

But you're not alone. Up to 90 percent of people who own a Smartphone have suffered this phenomenon while their phone was in their pocket.

Most of you probably thought that you were the only ones.

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#10. The syndrome is caused by "learned bodily habits" according to Dr. Robert Rosenberger.

The philosopher and assistant professor at Georgia Institute of Technology, said that as gadgets and gizmos become more a part of our lives, we develop anxiety caused by these daily technologies.

The syndrome is caused by "learned bodily habits" according to Dr. Robert Rosenberger.

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