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Submitted by aldollsale on Wed, 10/26/2022 - 00:41

Touch is in decline

While the pandemic has had a profound impact on our relationships and social life, it also affected how we interact with others. The pandemic eliminated close social interaction as soon as it began. This meant no handshakes, massages, or hugs. After two years of hearing it, those habits are difficult to break.

We've already mentioned that the increase in screen time and the ease of digital interaction means we communicate less and touch less because we are immersed in our smartphones rather than with another person.

Tiffany Field, from the University of Miami's Miller School of Medicine, described a study that was conducted at American airports. Her observations revealed that casual touch is missing in our daily lives. She said, "I'm doing an Airport Study, and I was in two different airports yesterday, but there's no touching going forth." "Everyone is on their smartphone, even couples that were clearly traveling together, and even parents of children. All the kids have smartphones, as are their parents and even two-year-olds who use iPads.

Alternative to the human touch

Academics and researchers agree that touch can replicate the effects of touch. Why can't a sex doll of sex help prevent some of the physical and metal problems caused by lack of touch? A japanese sex doll can replace human touch, and provide the same benefits as person-to-person contact.