Do you dread sitting at your desk all day? Does your body ache after work? If so, you are not alone. Every year thousands of computer users complain about pain in their necks, backs, legs, shoulders, elbows, and wrists. As more people use the computer for work, education and recreation-, the number of computer-related injuries increases. A broad name for the majority of these computer-related injuries is Cumulative Trauma Disorder (CTD) also known as Repetitive
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strength and must put your arms to rest. This same thing happens during repetitive contractions like computing. During computing our tissues need all the oxygen and nutrients possible. When the bloodstream (circulation) is constricted from inflammation the tissues do not get the needed nutrients or remove the waste products (lactic acid and carbon dioxide) that build-up and cause more pain (Graps). To ensure you have good blood circulation become more ergonomic and improve your posture.