Mouse and keyboard work can be hard on your hands. If you’re a power user, it can leave them tired and aching at the end of the day. However, there are ways to avoid this problem altogether with simple changes to how you use these devices. Read more about how to protect yourself from hand pain caused by mouse or keyboard work in this blog post from IT Services company Midland Computers!
How much time have you spent on your computer this week? Have you noticed any pain or discomfort in your hands while typing or clicking the mouse? If so, it could be due to a condition called ‘Dr. Clicking’. Dr. Clicking is when repetitive movements of the fingers and wrists cause pain, inflammation, stiffness and fatigue.
This condition can lead to carpal tunnel syndrome which will require surgery if not treated properly. Here are some tips for preventing these symptoms from developing into an even more serious problem: 1)Take frequent breaks 2)Use ergonomics 3)Apply ice packs 4)Avoid keeping your wrist bent at 90 degrees during use 5)Use keyboards 6)Wear comfortable gloves 7)Change positions 8)Don’t grip
We’ve all seen the memes of someone dragging their finger across a screen and shaking. But is this motion really so bad for your hands? We will find out in this blog post!The other day, I was having a lot of pain in my hands and wrists. So, I went to see my doctor who told me that the clicking sound is not good for your hands. Clicking makes it hard for you to grip things properly; which can lead to more pain in your fingers. The good news is there are ways you can try and stop the click!