Men's Health

Why Your Tech Needs a Rest

It’s a rare person who gets to invest that much time in sleeping every night, but we spend at least that amount each day with our faces stuck to our screens. About 46 percent of us look at a device before we even get out of bed. That ends up being hell on our neck, eyes, and well-being. For starters, smartphone use doesn’t help

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