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At Ergonomic Times, we have a passion for ergonomically designed products. We have first hand experiences with Repetitive Strain Injuries (RSI) and so we've created this place to share our knowledge and offer solutions that we believe in and that will benefit you.
We have lot's of information for those who want to become aware of computer related injuries such as carpal tunnel syndrome, prevent RSI, are currently experiencing symptoms such as wrist pain, or are recovering from RSI.

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Ergonomics, healthy computing and overall health are clearly related. We know that we should have a good posture and that we should not smoke. However, many people slouch and smoke :) Well, at least smokers take regular breaks and get away from their desk and computer. To all non-smokers: take at least 3 breaks each hour.

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The nerves in your wrist start in your neck. Learn how neck stretches can help cure RSI and wrist pain: http://carpaltunnelblog.blogspot.com
on 2009-06-17

Your computer monitor should meet you at eye-level, so you do not have to strain your neck.
on 2009-04-21

Reading this with tiered eyes? Take a break from your computer! Walk around a little or do some stretches.
on 2009-03-26

Elbow or wrist pain? Learn about TMS/Pain Distraction Syndrome: http://www.ergonomictimes.com/article.php?articleID=2&title=TMSMindbodyPain
on 2009-03-09

When sitting, remember that the position of the pelvis sets the foundation for the posture of your back. Pelvic rotation is important.
on 2009-03-01

Listen to your body: when you feel discomfort in neck, shoulder, elbow or wrist then take a short break from computer work and stretch!
on 2009-02-26

Computer related injury signs: Neck pain and frequent 'cracking' of the neck.
on 2009-02-16

Addicted to Gadgets? Just sit still and relax! Otherwise we will have a generation suffering from iPhone, iPod, or BlackBerry thumb.
on 2009-02-11

Keyboard technique: Use a light touch when pressing keys.
on 2009-02-09

Computer Related Injury Warning Sign: discomfort of the skin near the wrist caused by bracelets or watches.
on 2009-02-06

Mousing Technique: Do not just use the wrist to move the mouse, use the whole arm and shoulder.
on 2009-02-05

Computer Related Injury Warning Sign: Weakness in forearms or hands; weak grip.
on 2009-02-05

Thumb pain and the danger of Text Message injury: please don't text for more than a few minutes without a break.
on 2009-01-29

Sara: Don't stretch your fingers to reach for faraway keys. Instead move your arm to position your finger over the key and then hit it.
on 2009-01-28

Mousing Technique: Do not rest your wrist or forearm on the desk while you move the mouse.
on 2009-01-27

Don't rest your wrist while typing, let it float. Only rest your wrist while you are NOT typing.
on 2009-01-27

Typing Technique: Keep wrist in a neutral position: parallel to your desk and the middle finger must be in line with the wrist and forearm.
on 2009-01-27

Mousing Tip: Hold your mouse loosely because gripping creates tension in your fingers.
on 2009-01-27

Ergonomic Software can eliminate mouse clicks, remind you to take breaks or to perform stretches, and reduce or eliminate typing.
on 2009-01-27

for your eyes apply the 20-20-20 rule: every 20 minutes take a 20 second break (or longer) and focus on an object 20 feet away!
on 2009-01-27


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