Correspondence on the move affects the posture of the person - the scientists

American scientists have found: correspondence on the move affects the posture of the person. Such conclusions were made after a study that included 26 volunteers. Findings were published in the journal PLoS ONE.

26 people had to deal with three cases: to go along a certain trajectory, to read the messages on the phone and answer them. Note that the simulated situation is quite popular for the modern man.

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It was found that such actions affect posture and reduce speed. In addition, during the reading and tracking expensive disrupted the vestibular apparatus.

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