anita wrote:What kind of stretches?
I have the keyboard tray and have started using the mouse w left hand already a while ago. Still flares up.
I need to just quit my job I think.
reboyles wrote:Every time I start feeling too much wear and tear from any single activity I switch to something new that uses other parts of my body. As an example, I used to run but now I only walk (hike). I biked (both mountain and road) until my wrists couldn't take it anymore, gave it up and took up ice skating of all things. I never climb indoors anymore, only in the mountains. I figure if I'm wearing parts out I'm not going to waste them practicing. I'd much rather burn myself out on a real climb than on some indoor wall.
I've used all of the exercises mentioned above and they really help as long as I don't over do it. When that happens it feels like someone is poking a hot metal rod in my wrists for a couple of days along with numbness. Nothing but stopping whatever it is I'm doing will help at that point.
mghazal wrote: In addition, a gel pad that elevates your wrists to make it on the same level as your keyboard may help.
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