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Category = Computers & Computing!  Question: Do your hands ache from using the computer?  I have arthritis and carpal tunnel issues.  My hands ache, get numb & cold.

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    • 0 votes vote up vote up

      Anna Miller wrote May 5, 2009
    • I’ll be the first to comment....  

      My mouse hand gets cold and numb.  I tried everything possible and then invented a Mouse Hand Warmer blanket pouch to hold the mouse and mouse pad.  It received a warm welcome from the technology industry so I added more functionality.  

      Hand Therapists world wide agree computer related hand injuries are on the rise.  

      The use of infrared heated computer accessories is a good way to get blood circulating to hands and fingertips.  I created a website devoted to solving this problem.  We are still adding new products.  It’s a work in progress....

      WARM-MOUSE-HEATED-KEYBOARD.com

      estatic  AnnaBanana




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      Stephanie Lawrence wrote May 5, 2009
    • I got Carpel Tunnel Syndrome form using my computer too much. Now I try to just be at the computer for 1 hour at a time.




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      Anna Miller wrote May 5, 2009
    • Smart answers.  Stretching activities are great.  If you ever decide to try infrared heat.  Check out my website.  We specialize in USB Heated Computer Products. The only thing that helps my hand pain is heat therapy.  

      I spend way too much time on the computer and I knew eventually it would take its toll on my body!

      Thanks for the answers.  I thought I was the only person with aching computer hands until I started asking others.




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