July 8, 2016

Your Brainwaves May Fall Into A ‘Texting Rhythm’

By Ali Skahan

What are the chances that you’re reading this on your smartphone right now? Let’s go with pretty likely – and even though we’ve adapted to everything being accessible at our fingertips, a new study suggests that texting on your smartphone may actually change certain processes in your brain. A Mayo Clinic neurologist led the research team that discovered texting may cause some people’s brain waves to temporarily change, resulting in a pattern unique to texters. This discovery of the new brain-wave is rare, but just to be safe, be smart and give yourself a periodic smartphone break!

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What are the chances that you’re reading this on your smartphone right now.


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