Have you had pain in your wrist from excessive computer use either at home or at work? Perhaps you have felt a slight tingle or cramp in your arm? Using a wrist rest, combined with stretching and frequent breaks, could help reduce the discomfort.
In many jobs, whether in the office or at home, daily tasks require people to use their keyboard and mouse all day. Repetitive movements while using a computer or laptop can cause pain and injury to your wrists. The pain from this repetitive movement is commonly referred to as repetitive strain injury (RSI), an injury that happens from performing the same task over and over again, placing pressure on parts of your body.
Try using keyboard and mouse wrist rest accessories for support. A wrist rest can raise your arm to work at a more comfortable angle while also reducing the risk of developing carpal tunnel syndrome.
To test out some wrist rests before buying for your home or office, we welcome you to visit our Perth showroom or speak to one of your trusted experts on (08) 92407066. You can also shop online - we can deliver anywhere in Australia!