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Here are the top ten articles for the Ergonomics Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. 12 Days of Christmas with Ergonomic Tips
The Twelve days of Christmas taken from an ergonomic point of view.
2. Carpal Tunnel or Arthritis Pain? Gifts That Help
As Black Friday rapidly approaches, here are some shopping suggestions to help you choose the perfect gift for family, friends or co-workers or who suffer from the pain of carpal tunnel syndrome, tendinitis, or arthritic hand joints.
3. Ergonomic Garden Solutions - Garden Boxes
Ergonomic gardening can be enhanced through using Garden Boxes for items that require frequent or close attention. Whether you're weeding or controlling pests, it's easier if you can see and reach what you're working with.
4. Repetitive Strain, Cumulative Trama, Carpal Tunnel
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is considered to be a Repetitive Motion Injury (RMI) however, it can occur after only a few very stressful occurrences. Other times, it can take months or years to develop.
5. PC & Video Gaming - Ergonomic Tips
Gamers are at increased risk of developing RSIs. Playing positions may be awkward and unhealthy. The practice of playing is repetitive and promotes muscular tension. And pain signals may be ignored. Here are some ergonomic tips for remaining pain-free when playing your games.
6. Don't Let Writing Cramp Your Style - Ergonomic Tips for Pain-Free Writing
Although true writer’s cramp is a rare syndrome, hand pain, fatigue and cramping from repetitive writing is not. Even if writing is not a large part of the job, writing can contribute to the development of repetitive strain injuries. Here are some tips to reduce your risk of hand and arm pain.
7. Top 10 Ergonomic Picks
My top 10 choices to improve ergonomic health and help you avoid carpal tunnel syndrome, tendinitis and other computer-related hand and arm pain.
8. Visual Ergonomics
Eyes a little tired at the end of the day? Are you over 40? If you answer yes to either of these questions and you use a computer in your work more than a few hours at a time, this article has some great information for you.
9. Breathing for Posture and Focus
Complete breathing is recognized by masters of Yoga, Stress control, Martial Artists and Pilates instructors as one of the primary approaches to building strength, focus, and postural awareness. These three items are primary compenents in developing good ergonomics.
10. Mouses and Mousing
Mousing seems deceptively simple. In fact if can involve almost all parts of your body in a dance of balance and coordination. This article presents a discussion and 10 basic Tips for Good Mousing.
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