Like far too many people, I work on the computer all day (a laptop). Recently, I started feeling pain in my wrists and thumbs. I'm lucky that where I work has an office devoted to ergonomic issues, so I went to talk about my issues and borrowed some RSI-friendly input devices. The ideal ergonomic state is to have your elbows at 90 degree angle and your screen barely below eye level. For me, this meant dusting off the never-used keyboard drawer, a second monitor, and trying an USB keyboard for a week. I found I liked the products I borrowed, and asked my boss to order some for me.
There was a gap between the time I returned the borrowed keyboard and my new one arrived, so I went back to the old bad ways. In that time it was completely apparent just how much I rest my hand on my face while using my laptop alone. I knew I did it, I just didn't realize how much or how often, or that my set-up made me want to do it. I've been buying stuff from Dan for over six years not, and I'm clear but for my cheeks and lower chin.
Anyway, if you have a lot of acne on your check and chin and work on a laptop, you might want to look into ergonomics, not only to prevent serious injury, but to get fingers off of faces.
How Treating Rsi (Repetitive Strain Injury) Is Helping My Acne
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