If you're wrist pain just won't go away, then maybe it's time to make the switch to a vertical mouse. Vertical mice are designed to help reduce the discomfort of using a computer mouse by changing the posture of your hand and forearm. The vertical design rotates your forearm into...

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When it comes to using standing desks, it offers numerous benefits, both for your health and your ergonomic working postures. Historically we have become slaves to our office chairs and computers. Ever so slowly slouching and hunching over our keyboards as time goes by. But simply standing up, really is...

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Keyboard
 I experience pain in my neck and shoulder when typing Your keyboard needs to be positioned correctly in order to minimize the risk of developing neck, shoulder, forearm and wrist pain. It should be positioned square on your desk (not off to one side) and the “B” key should...

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Computer Mouse Your mouse should be placed within easy reach of your dominant hand. Traditional mouses do not promote comfortable working postures. Traditional mouses tend to promote over activation of forearm muscles, wrist extension and wrist deviation movements. The goal for best practice computer mouse ergonomics is to keep your...

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