Wallet Pain in the Butt:

05/set/2017 10.52.57 anna Contatta l'autore

The average wallet -- an accessory most of us carry with us everywhere we go -- is one of the most poorly designed consumer items on planet earth.

They are primarily designed and sized to hold a lot of cash or currency and just a few cards, IDs and other items. In reality, most of us carry lots of cards, photos, and receipts, but little or no cash. Typical bi-fold and tri-fold wallets stack all cards and other items into a single "deck" when closed, so they quickly become thick, bulky, and rather painful to sit on.

The pain from sitting on thick wallets is so pervasive in our society that there is now a medical name for the condition: fat wallet syndrome or wallet sciatica. Sitting on a thick wallet can exert pressure on the sciatic nerve that runs from the lower spine through the buttocks and to the lower legs. The result is pain and numbness in the back and thighs, sometimes severe.

Given that a thick wallet can cause painful sciatica and that most men carry a plethora of cards, IDs, licenses and more, how can the problem be reduced or eliminated?

 

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