Old people use computers to prevent mouse hand

Old people use computers to prevent “mouse hand”

Old people who often use computers sometimes have difficulty in swollen finger joints and severe bursitis.
The disease is characterized by pain, swelling, and stiffness. When the finger is stretched, it occasionally “squeaks”.
The pain is caused by the tendon and tendon sheath that are involved in inflammation and adhesion when the tendon slides.
  The prevention method of bursitis is that, like warming up before exercise, you should also “warm your fingers” before typing, and do a health exercise before going to the machine.
First force the fist, let go for 10 seconds, then let go of the limbs and the whole body, so that the upper limbs and hands move open, increasing blood circulation supply.
Thus, even if the motion is repeatedly repeated locally, the chance of being damaged is reduced.
  Correct fingering and posture are also good for reducing the chance of hand pain.
When I first start learning the computer, I use two or three fingers to knock the keyboard, and the posture is placed incorrectly, which is most likely to cause local fatigue damage.
If the four fingers can be used together, the labor intensity is evenly distributed, and the chance of injury will certainly be supported.
Do not continue to work for too long, to rest intermittently, it is best to stop and take a break every 15-20 minutes to do the stretching of the finger joints.
It is good for reducing hand disease and eye disease after going to the outdoors for two hours after using the computer.
After the word is finished, you can also let the hand first make a “hot water exercise”, and then do the repeated fist movement and release the stretching action to increase the softness of the tendon.