Hand Pain: Different Ways To Reduce It While Working
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Have you ever suffered from hand pain due to overusing your wrist while working on the computer? If so you properly could be suffering from Carpal Tunnel Syndrome which is a pinched nerve in your wrist. This pinched nerve causes numbness, tingling, weakness in certain areas of your hand and arm. Although there are some diseases that also causes Carpal Tunnel Syndrome too. I’ve suffered from Carpal Tunnel Syndrome in the past and it is very painful. Now I find ways to prevent it from coming back. I wear a wrist support if I plan to work long hours on the computer. In addition, I now use this extremely thin, neat compact keyboard from Penclic which puts less pressure on my wrist.
No More Hand Pain…
Because regular keyboards are so bulky our wrists tend to hang from it. This adds stress and pressure to our wrists. The Mini Keyboard C2 Corded that I now use is terrific and prevents stress on my hand. Now my wrist rests nicely on my computer desk.
In addition, this sleek keyboard gives me plenty of desk space because of its’ size. It only weights 22.7 grams and it has an awesome contemporary Scandinavian design. The keys are standard scissor style and has a quiet touch. Also, it has 2 USB ports to make it easy to connect other gadgets to it. The Mini Keyboard C2 Corded is compatible with Mac and PC devices.