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Posted: Monday, 20 March 2017 6:44AM

Stress from losing phone almost as bad as fear of terror attack





Don't you hate it when you can't find your phone? A new study finds that people hate it so much, it's almost as stressful to them as the threat of a terror attack.

The British survey by The Physiological Society found things like dying or the death of a loved on at the top of the list, as usual, but stress caused by losing a smart phone phone, was right behind fear of a terrorist attack.

These New Orleanians know the panicky feeling of not being able to find their phones:

"I feel very insecure without my phone," one woman told WWL First News. ""It's my alarm clock... and I just don't feel secure without it."

"There's a lot on your phone," said a local man. "Your phone becomes your world." 

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