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  1. Arti says:

    Pecking at the keys instead of touching them lightly usually requires one to lift the remaining fingers and thumb. Over time, these repetitive movements can lead to forearm seemonitis and de Quervain’s disease. e. This is one of the most important MUST NOT DOs in RMI prevention. Slouching while sitting with the back slumped against the backrest of the chair compresses the spine and can lead to low back pain. Additionally, a slouchy, sitting position encourages the worker to rest the wrists on the edge of the desk in the dorsiflex position (i. It also puts the head in an imbalanced position, contributing to neck and shoulder problems. Pressing the keys rather than lightly touching them strains the seemons of the fingers, hands and forearms. , hands bent upwards or backwards at the wrist). There are many poor typing techniques, even among trained and highly skilled typists. Pounding the keys harder than necessary can cause tingling in the fingertips and pain in the finger joints. Pounding the keys harder than necessary can cause tingling in the fingertips and pain in the

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