When you work intensively with the mouse, you are risking health problems such as RSI (Repetitive Strain Injury) or CANS (Complaints of Arm, Neck and/or Shoulder). Due to repetitive movements, small muscles and tendons become overstrained also the lack of exercise reduces the blood flow from your neck and shoulders. When you work with a standard mouse, your hand moves in an unnatural position (turned inward) and you are making small, detrimental movements from the wrist. This may lead to overstrain. That’s why for intensive mouse use an ergonomic mouse is recommended. There are various types of ergonomic mice. If you would like some expert advice on which mouse is right for you, please contact us or make a request for an ergonomic workplace analysis.
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