oh i hear you, i just don't listen...my ergo chair is in my studio, but i spend my work hours in my dining room slumped on a stool with my laptop up on a cabinet....oh my aching neck & back...
Ay! When will we ever learn?? ;-)
I don't have my "mouse surface" at the right height. After a long day at the computer. I pay for it with my right shoulder.Are you getting that new chair?gail
Gail-- Funny thing is, I bought a new chair back in the fall, and thought my setup was pretty good. But I'd better look at it again. I think maybe I slouch too much and jam up my neck. That's what I'm payin' for now...Got any chair recommendations?
I am utterly unergonomic - and am paying a price for it.I mostly work on my laptop and my rear end goes to sleep and I get neck aches and have to go to get back rubs. It is getting expensive and i think i'm getting carpal tunnel.Or it may be I am just lazy and don't like work.......
As someone who spent three weeks in a wrist brace this spring, I can only say, "Yeah! What spine said." (that was Wrist talking)
Well, I could think of better ways to procrastinate, Elizabeth! But the back rub sounds delightful...And Jacqui, a.k.a. "Wrist"-- I feel you pain! I had a wrist issue last year, luckily not carpal tunnel. Some time in a night brace and some strengthening work seemed to do the trick.Sheesh, who knew this occupation could be so hazardous to our health?! ;-)
Oh brother-- "I feel YOUR pain."Sorry, I can't stand typos...
For those of us who still use traditional paint and paint at a drafting table, all I can say is OOouuuuucccHHHHHH!!! Maybe I need to switch everything to digital media. I am looking down all day, and my neck is a total mess all the time. Poo.I have been through 2 tables and 6 chairs in 20 years and nothing ever helps. Again I say Poo.
Yikes, Kate-- this is beginning to sound like a common theme!
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