"Consequently, the muscles in your neck have to expend extra effort to support your head.
"Sitting in front of the computer at the office for hours on end also means that your torso is pulled out in front of your hips rather than being stacked straight and aligned."
Mindy's adaptations don't stop there. Her skull has thickened, helping to protect her brain from radiofrequency radiation emitted from smartphones - which some believe can have serious health implications.
Her brain has also shrunk, based on the recent scientific theory that a sedentary lifestyle is reducing human brain capacity.
Meanwhile, her hand has permanently molded into a claw-like grip and her elbow is bent to 90 degrees, due to sustained periods spent holding a smartphone.
"The way we hold our phones can cause strain in certain points of contact – causing 'text claw' and '90-degree elbow' also known as the cubital tunnel syndrome," said Dr Nikola Djordjevic from Med Alert Help.
"This syndrome is caused by pressure or the stretching of the ulnar nerve which runs in a groove on the inner side of the elbow.
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"This causes numbness or a tingling sensation in the ring and little fingers, forearm pain, and weakness in the hands - keeping the elbow bent for a long time."
Mindy's final physical change is possibly her most outlandish - she has a second set of eyelids to filter out excessive light emitted from technology devices.
Kasun Ratnayake from the University of Toledo suggests this radical evolutionary development could limit the amount of harmful light our eyes are exposed to.
"Humans may develop a larger inner eyelid to prevent exposure to excessive light, or the lens of the eye may be evolutionary developed such that it blocks incoming blue light but not other high wavelength lights like green, yellow or red," he said.