PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Women spend more time on their smartphones than they do with their partners according to a new study.

According to the study, women spend 12-hours more a week checking emails, sending texts, or surfing social media than they do with their loved one.

READ MORE: Allison Park Church Holds Food Distribution Event At Beaver Valley Mall

Researchers also found that if people are unable to be on their phones, it leads to stress, anger and panic. A fifth of those surveyed said it would be harder to be without a phone for a week than their partner.

READ MORE: New Ordinance Allows Food Truck Operation In Monessen

Even while they’re on their honeymoon, the Bausch + Lomb Ultra contact lenses study shows that adults admitted to using their cell phone.

MORE NEWS: UPS, United Way Team Up For 5K Benefit Race

Half checked social media, a quarter checked personal emails, and one in ten checked work emails.