Too much exposure to mobile phone heat is not good for the skin.
People use mobile phones every day in more ways than one, unlike before when it was only meant for calls. Instant messaging came and it didn’t take too long for it to have games and other entertainment features such as a music player and a radio. Today, people use it to get information from the internet, while numerous apps have made it possible to do things with just the touch of their fingertips. But among the numerous features a mobile phone has, the camera is probably the most used of them all. From taking pictures and preserving memories to taking selfies and show off.
As my alarm goes off at 6:30 in the morning, playing that aggravating sound that would probably agitate me as well if I heard it coming from the room next to mine, I slowly open my eyes whilst scrunching my forehead, portraying the "I hate mornings" mood that most people probably do on a regular basis, to check if the sun is up through my tiny window. I do this religiously with the thought of having a great start of the day- a boost of some sort that gives me the idea that today will be productive and fulfilling.
To be honest, the first few months I practiced that routine was actually to refrain from checking my phone. It would be unhealthy for me to start my day with either a discourteous text of argument, or no text at all.