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Ergonomic Mouse

By Edited Nov 13, 2013 0 0

In the workplace today, managers are beginning to put effort and resources into the physical health of their workers. They've established a strong correlation between a worker's health and the quality and quantity of work they can produce. An employee is essentially not worth anything if they are home due to sickness or injury.

Strain Injuries

Two common strain injuries, carpal tunnel syndrom and arthritis, originate from the repetitive use of the hands and wrists in a manner that creates tension. Permanent harm to the body eventually results in both of these medical conditions. In addition, computers have brought with them an increase in strain injuries and carpal tunnel syndrome from repetitive abuse on the body. By using an ergonomic mouse, you can reduce the strain and long term damage you or an employee will have on their muscles and tendons. Benefits lead directly to healthier elbows, hands, and wrists. Utilizing the body's inherent range of motion stimulates smooth movement throughout the whole side of the body with the end result of decreased tension. It can even lead to less strain on the neck and shoulder, thus resulting in an overall healthier employee.

Ergonomic Relief

The tendons in the hand are relieved overtime of the pressure created by using basic mice that do not fit the hand's natural shape. By curbing these problematic injuries before they occur, users can prevent the need for extreme measures such as surgeries or pain medications in the future. Even with the use of modern medicine, some of these injuries cannot be completely cured and are carried for the rest of a person's life. Ergonomic mice are designed to protect against users from turning their arms and palms in a manner that contributes to strain-related injuries resting the hand gently in its natural position and allowing the arm to move freely while sitting at a desk.

Apply Ergonomics Today

Many companies are not inclined to provide ergonomic equipment to their employees simply because of the additional cost associated. However, for a mere $20-$30 more you can avoid a life plagued with hand and wrist pain. When looking at the amount of time spent using an ergonomic mouse, you will note that the price is reduced to a just a few pennies per hour. Take it upon yourself to request an ergonomic mouse from your employer, or if need be purchase one yourself. Make it a point to apply ergonomics throughout your life. Strain-related injuries are far easier to prevent from occurring in the first place than to correct the years of trauma once it has become a part of your life.



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