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8 Nov 2017 12:28 PM EST

Being able to reach out to our loved ones at any moment may feel comforting, but it can actually be problematic psychologically. A new study conducted by wireless charging technology provider CHARGit, found that out of 2,000 participants, 65% claimed to feel anxious when low on phone battery, and 42% felt vulnerable when losing any battery. "Battery anxiety" was the highest when when participants were in unfamiliar places or out and about. Having this accessibility to our loved ones makes it more difficult for us to face things alone when we need to.

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