Good News: You aren't the only person who thinks their cell phone is vibrating when it isn't.
Bad News: It's actually a mental disorder
Doctors have diagnosed it as cell phone vibration syndrome. Psychology professor Larry Rosen, author of "iDisorder," says the constant anticipation of receiving phone contact means when we get other "neurological stimulation," such as pants rubbing against our legs, our brain can interpret that as being phone vibrations. The bad news is it could be a sign of anxiety stemming from tech addiction. If you want to get rid of it, take a break from your phone.