Disclosed is a phenomenon of phantom vibrations mobile


Syndrome phantom call to the recent increase in complaints of people who have experienced stress, as well as patients with various neurological disorders. They all seemed to vibrate in the pocket of their mobile when in reality no messages, no missed calls, was not. This phenomenon is interested researchers from Australia, who, after a survey of 290 participants came to some very interesting conclusions.

Scientists School of Psychology, University of Sydney, interviewed patients who experienced a syndrome phantom call. It was found that young adults and teenagers psychic psycho this syndrome is more common. Neurotics often also experience a false sense of vibration of his cell. The researchers found that the syndrome is a fake call can be explained by the increased sensory sensitivity of the human body, which is associated with the effects of stress. For example, 65% of the cases of occurrence of phantom sensations of vibration appeared amid concerns all incoming calls when people looked forward to an unpleasant and an important call and was afraid to miss it.

Interestingly, the syndrome occurs when a call for a particular study participant had promised to bring a very unpleasant conversation, the negative emotions are the same person had to suppress and hide. After severe stress, the nervous system of the patient, spurred by the expectation of an unpleasant, developed a considerable sensory sensitivity. And when the situation is resolved, tripped already produced a reflex of the body. Feeling in the room even small vibration, neural transmitters, the participants in this study broadcast emergency messages to the brain, as recognized by those who call cell.

Experts Medical Center, Massachusetts allocate that such states do not pass without leaving a trace, and showing quite frayed nerves. The reason for this statement is the following statistics. Respondents in 40% of cases, already once experienced phantom vibration syndrome, from time to time continued to feel false calls. And 87% of wards syndrome test once a week on a regular basis, 13% of respondents - more than once each day. Medical experts warn that such a state can be a prerequisite for the appearance of high-grade neurosis.

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