Hand and Wrist Exercises for Bloggers

Nowadays everyone talks about how technology is boon to the society and how it is helping mankind. Take computer for example, everyone keeps them closer than they keep their enemies and claim they are their best-est of friends. Well Time Thief has shed some light to some things that reveals can computers can also be your worst enemy.

I thought I should share it here as well.

Next to the feet our hands are among the most hard used parts of the body, so it’s not surprising that many bloggers take mobile hands and wrists for granted — until they hurt.  Many of us rely heavily on computers to help us perform our work – for some, dedicated computer work is necessary, while others multi-task throughout the day. Taking preventative measures against developing problems with your wrists and hands due to computer use makes a lot of sense and takes little time or  effort…

Read the full post here.

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About Arnab

Blogger, undergrad and a slow learning introvert!!

Posted on October 20, 2011, in Uncategorized and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.

  1. Amen to that and a wonderful Link.

  2. Thanks for drawing attention to my post. I have spent many years in front of a monitor working on keyboards for hours on end and the resutls are now becoming painfully apparent. I strongly encourage every blogger who will listen to me to do these exercises. They are effective and those who take care of their hands and wrists now will be glad they did in years to come.

  3. you got a nice blog here arnab.. but please change the background to white.. its really difficult to read against this background..

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