Hamilton, David wrote:
> I have suffered from RSI in various forms for about 10 years or so.
> Using manual screwdrivers, traditional paintbrushes, and many other non-computer related things also used to mess me up.
> Then I was told to get one of these:
>http://www.powerballs.com> They are a very cool device which, when used for a few minutes a few times a day build up the strength and balance in your arm muscles all the way up to your shoulder.
> Since I started using one a couple of years ago, I have had no issues.
> A lifetime money back guarantee with one of the guaranteed claims being:
> Using your NSD Powerball for short periods each day will endow the cuff joints with a far greater range of movement while simultaneously 'beefing-up' the wrist and forearm areas to such a degree that we can absolutely guarantee (see below) you will never succumb to either ailment or will see such conditions diminish almost entirely should you actually be suffering right now.
>> They are available from Argos these days, but not sure if the money back guarantee applies if you don'[t buy direct. (Not that I'd say you'll need it)
>>I find that the heigth of my chair in relation to my desk has a major
influence in RSI and or backpain.
So try lowering or raising you seat, it really does work...
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