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One of the things that people abhor when they work at a computer is the wrist pain associated with the constant use of a mouse. While there are mice that are ergonomically manufactured to help alleviate such a problem, not everyone gets the chance to use such computer peripherals. For those who get to use standard mice with their computer, there is a way to reduce the problems associated with using these, and this is in the form of wrist supports.
Carpal tunnel syndrome is becoming a rather common occurrence these days, and this is because of the fact that majority of the civilized populace uses computers, which in turn means that these people use mice. Using a mouse does open you up to the possibility of repetitive stress injuries, but there is a way to counter this. You can reduce the chances of wrist, hand, and arm pain brought about by computer use, and this is with the help of support tools used with your computers.
A wrist support can be anything from a solid raised wrist rest that is attached to a mouse pad to a separate bag of gel made for wrist support to a keyboard platform with a leather covered wrist rest. As long as these keep your wrist at the same level as the mouse you are using, reducing the strain that it gets when it is higher or lower than your mouse, then these are ideal wrist supports for preventing the occurrence of carpal tunnel syndrome and RSI.