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Have you ever felt your phone buzz in your pocket, only to realize your phone's not even in your pocket (cue Twilight Zone music)? The good news is you're not hallucinating, and it's not a tumor. You're simply suffering from Phantom Vibration Syndrome. Which sounds like a fake disease you made up to get out of watching one of the Star Wars movies, but it's not.

One way to make phantom vibrations more exciting.
One way to make phantom vibrations more exciting.
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A recent study conducted by Dr. Michelle Drouin of Indiana University-Purdue University found that 89 percent of college undergrads suffer from the phantom buzz. Finally, you have something in common with a 19-year-old!

Sources: Today Show