What precautions are you taking to avoid hand and wrist problems? >t. in a lot of pain right now

What precautions are you taking to avoid hand and wrist problems?
>t. in a lot of pain right now

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  1. 4 weeks ago

    Get one of these gyroscope wrist exercise balls and use daily preferably multiple times a day
    Also look up wrist and hand stretches and do them every hour or so when on your pc and before you start using your pc.
    Those grip strength finger exerciser things help too.
    Pushups and pullups wouldn't hurt either.

    • 4 weeks ago

      >Pushups and pullups wouldn't hurt either.
      Pushups actually WRECKED my wrists for weeks, I started doing them on knuckles and it's no longer as bad

    • 4 weeks ago

      I'm constantly exercising my wrist if you catch my drift ;>

    • 4 weeks ago

      Those gyros are good but holy crap theyre built like shit. It would be nice if they weren't built with plastic that shatters after a year of use

  2. 4 weeks ago

    >Sit at a table with 90 degree posture
    >Use a monitor if you have a laptop
    >Sit at a table instead of your couch or bed
    >Don't use your smartphone to browse the web
    >Don't browse for 8 hours on end everyday

  3. 4 weeks ago

    jerk off to exercise and strengthen hand muscles

  4. 4 weeks ago

    Go to the doctor

  5. 4 weeks ago

    I use my wifes vegana to mastubate with instead of my hand.

  6. 4 weeks ago

    not being a homosexual

  7. 4 weeks ago

    take breaks
    lift weights

  8. 4 weeks ago

    going to the gym and not being a fricking wimp

  9. 4 weeks ago

    I only ever had pain in the mouse hand after gaming and it wasn't strong.
    Using a wristband or one of those multi-purpose loop bandana things helps with that.
    Also people get hand pain from using a mouse that's too big for their hand.
    You can also try a vertical mouse, it allows for a more natural position of your wrist.
    And maybe try an ergonomic keyboard.

  10. 4 weeks ago

    Started getting some wrist problems a couple years ago, went away when i switched to trackball mice

  11. 4 weeks ago

    >take breaks

  12. 4 weeks ago

    rock climbing

  13. 4 weeks ago

    Are you white?

  14. 4 weeks ago

    Regular stretches, only way to avoid it. You don't have to go overboard, just make a habit of stretching your wrists once an hour and after a while it becomes automatic, especially when you start to feel the difference.

  15. 4 weeks ago

    your keyboard should be at a low height. your palms should rest on it and not do ANY effort when typing
    you should really read about this topic. if you already are in pain, chances are that your wrists are already fricked or in the process of getting fricked.

  16. 4 weeks ago

    None because I'm already having wrist problems so I stopped playing video games.

    • 4 weeks ago


      I think I had this. I started exclusively using that arm for carrying heavy weights and manual labor out of spite and it stopped hurting completely after a while. Guess the fricker learned there are worse jobs than moving around a mouse that weighs a few grams. It hasn't hurt a bit ever since.

  17. 4 weeks ago

    logitech M570 when i have to absolutely use the mouse.

    vim, vimium, i3wm. i barely need to use the mouse.

  18. 4 weeks ago

    I stopped gaming and use a vertical mouse

  19. 4 weeks ago

    i just push through it we're all going to die anyway so a little bit of wrist pain doesn't hurt

  20. 4 weeks ago

    I had a sarcoma in my forearm, undiagnosed for about 3 years. A bit of aching doesn't compare, I don't even feel it

  21. 4 weeks ago

    Wtf, I waste my life before pc starting from 2001 and have no problems related to this. Well, the only problem I have is a poverty.

  22. 4 weeks ago

    As long as you're reasonably physically active, you won't get any of these meme issues.

    Muh carpal tunnel is most often cope from sedentary people whose only physical activity consists in using computers.

  23. 4 weeks ago

    theraband flexbar at least 3 times a day, I also discovered castor oil on a glove helps a lot.
    You need to learn acupressure (manual or with a microcurrent pen) too; I had pains that only got away with aggressive pressure point massages.
    Sleep with a brace.

  24. 4 weeks ago

    Stretches, vim motions and pick related

  25. 4 weeks ago

    >adjustable desk set to the correct height
    >adjustable office chair with arm restrs
    >good posture
    >keyboard that isn't too high
    >vertical mouse

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