It might be difficult to leave our cellphones alone, even when they are charging because they have become such an integral part of our life. However, using your phone while it is charging can be dangerous. It can endanger your life and harm your phone. Several accounts have surfaced of people being critically injured or killed as a result of explosions while charging their phones.

Is it dangerous to use a phone while it’s charging? You may have asked yourself this question and ignored it, but here are some reasons why you should stop:

1. Overheating

If you continue to use your phone while it is charging, it is at risk of overheating, which might cause the dangerous chemicals in the battery to leak, causing the battery to explode or the phone to turn off permanently.

2. Causes An Overabundance

When you use your phone while it is charging, the battery expands in size, eventually resulting in the battery exploding. If you notice a little bulge at the back of your phone, the battery has likely begun to protrude.

3. Has an impact on charging capacity

While your phone’s battery can last for up to 18 hours after being fully charged, constantly using it while it’s charging can deplete the battery, resulting in only 7 hours of battery life after it’s fully charged.

4. Has Problems With The Charger

You risk damaging your charger if you use your phone while it’s charging all the time. You might need to get a new one at some point.

5. Inflict pain on yourself

While your phone is charging, you run the risk of electrocuting yourself. If your battery explodes or you get a significant electric shock, you could die.

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