At what battery level do you get anxiety

So I heard in the news there’s low battery on your phone anxiety, do you have it?

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yes a little bit

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No, because I always have a power bank nearby. However, I don’t like it when the battery on my pacemaker gets low.

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Oh my goodness @velociraptor

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Not really. Sometimes I let my phone go dead and then plug it in. That’s how little concern I have over it. Of course, I’m not getting many calls on it either.

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No- my phone is always completely out of charge. I charge it back up when i need it doctors appointment. Or use it to take photos or use an app.

No one calls or texts me.

If its still got power, great.

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I have multiple cellphones.

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I get stressed when my phone dies, as it doubles as a medical device. My blood sugars are reported every 5 minutes to Hubby’s phone. So, we both monitor it.

Also, if I’m alone in public, with a dead phone, I get freaked out. What if I need to make an emergency call? My emergency info is accessible through my lock screen, for first responders.

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My counselor suggested I get a Halo Volt. So I did. It’s a small, portable, rechargeable power bank. It’s about 8”x5”x1”. It will charge a laptop, jumpstart my car and charge a phone.
Once I fully recharge it, I can recharge my phone about 6 times. I keep it in my car.

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I frequently let my flip phone completley die. Probably not a good thing for battery life.

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Not really… I kinda just laugh unless I’m away from home where I don’t know very well

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I get relief when low battery lol then i can just chill :blush:

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13 percent.

That’s pretty anxiety causing.

My phone is getting old and dying faster.

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