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Sore Knuckle From Computer Mouse
Why would my shoulders/back grind nonstop when i shrug/roll them? It gets sore. I'm only 25. Been under a lot of stress. Also use computer a lot.
Computers & Rosacea: A 1985 study in norway, does visual display terminal work provoke rosacea? Was able to show that rosacea and seborrheic dermatitis sufferers were over represented in the their group of vdt users. They were unable to find whether their usage of computer screens aggravated those symptoms or not. ...Read more
I just punched my computer screen and my knuckles for one are swollen, hurts when i move them any direction and the pain is bearable , feels weird.?
Get evaluated: If there was injury due to glass shards, then have the hand evaluated immediately. Ongoing injury to small muscles/nerves/ligaments in hand can have lasting effect and result is severe debility down the road. Recommend ER at center with adequate trauma care. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Dull left side headaches, come and go for 2 months. Work in front of computer 12 hrs/day. Sometimes neck is sore. No insurance, tension headaches? 29m
Possible stress: Tension headaches are a possible explanation as you appear to be in lot of it especially working 12 hours a day. But you also have allergies and sinusitis which can cause headaches too. Improve your posture at the computer: two feet away, screen straight in your eye sight, elbows at 90 degree angle on key board and a chair with straight back should be helpful. Good sleep and exercise will help. ...Read more
Suddenly sore if press against the right side of the cheek bone only. Didn't hurt myself just sitting and using the computer. Wat can cause it ??
Depends! Sinuses: can become tender if swollen on one side, or if you are pressing on the infraorbital nerve complex, or if there's any recent swelling occurring. If it's lasting for more than a day, you may want your doctor to examine it physically, and see what 's going on. When you don't know, it's always good to get an expert opinion. ...Read more
I had a bone scan yesterday but could only see the computer when they did my hands . Both my wrists and knuckles where bright white . Is this normal ?
If u do too much computer work, over time, will ur eyes get fatigued or get sore more and more quickly? And will ur eyes age sooner? Eyes r 4 life...
Not a problem: The eyes will work as hard as they can to accomplish any task you give to them. Computer use is drying so any symptoms you get like blur, redness, fatigue, headaches, during systained work, is most likely from dryness. Use eyedrops to deal with this. There is no long term harm from this use and U will not accelerate your eye aging or cause eye illness. ...Read more
Good posture: Most importantly, ensure that your hands are in a relaxed posture with the wrists loose and slightly flexed and the fingers also slightly flexed andheld over the keys in a comfortable position. Many people try typing on a tabletops, which is too high to keep the hands and wrists in a relaxed posture. ...Read more
Whenever i read or go on computers my eyes to water i get sore eyes and i get bad headaches. What could be wrong?
See eye doctor: Chronic computer use can cause eye stain from over accommodating (focusing), blurred vision, headache, dry eyes or tearing. The eyes dry out with prolonged computer use which causes discomfort, blurry vision and tearing. The eye strain can cause headaches. You should take breaks, use artificial tears and consider an eye exam for new glasses. http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/computer_vision_syndrome. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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