A warning before you take your next selfie, you could be damaging your wrists for the sake of social media.
A California doctor is cautioning people about "selfie wrist," a form of carpal tunnel syndrome.
People who experience selfie wrist may feel a tingling or sharp pain.
It comes from flexing your wrist inward or holding your phone too long without moving.
According to polls, 62 percent of Americans have taken at least one selfie.
In recent years, doctors have diagnosed selfie wrist in several incidents, including the selfie taker jumping on a trampoline or just not paying attention and colliding with objects.
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